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Diaspora senegalska w Hiszpanii - społeczność transnacjonalna

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Senegalese diaspora in Spain - a transnational community
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The article examines transnational character of the Senegalese Diaspora in Spain. A short account of the history of migrations from Senegal to Europe introduces the subject. Special emphasis is put on the continuation of the colonial discourse in the representation of African immigrants. The main focus of the analysis is on the transnational practices of the Senegalese in Spain. These are conducted through the bond that links the community with the society of origin. This strong attachment helps to resist the influence of the European culture, especially in the sphere of values and customs.
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  • Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie
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