By Inmaculada Mª García-Sánchez
"This revealing research of daily language use between Moroccan immigrant little ones in Spain explores their cultural and linguistic life-worlds as they advance a hybrid, but coherent, feel of id of their multilingual groups. the writer indicates how they adapt to the neighborhood ambivalence towards Muslim tradition and elevated surveillance by way of Spanish experts. deals ground-breaking learn from linguistic anthropology charting the politics of adolescence in Muslim immigrant groups in Spain Illuminates the modern debates relating assimilation and alienation in Europe's immigrant Muslim and North African populations offers an built-in mixture of conception and empirical ethnographic information Enriches fresh learn on immigrant childrens with analyses in their feel of belonging, communicative practices, and rising procedures of identification"-- �Read more...
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Extra resources for Language and Muslim immigrant childhoods : the politics of belonging
Because of this long history of international migration, Moroccan communities are among the most dispersed and flourishing 30 Moros en la Costa: The Moroccan Immigrant Diaspora in Spain immigrant diasporas in Europe, with significant communities in France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Spain, and Italy. 2 In the long evolution of Moroccan migratory flows into Europe, Spain did not begin to figure in the minds of most Moroccans as a potential immigration destination until the beginning of the 1980s, following the economic crisis of 1974.
This change has been well-documented by American anthropologist Jane Collier (1997) and by Spanish sociologist Amando de Miguel (2000). Both Collier and de Miguel discuss how Spanish families have increasingly become child-centered; family life revolves around children’s needs and education. One of the consequences of this shift is that children’s involvement in family responsibilities has declined significantly. Primacy is given to children’s responsibilities in school to the point where parents now do most things for their children in the household.
When Rashid and his wife, Amina, started looking for a house, they were denied access to the nicest houses they inquired about, and were only shown a few decrepit houses. Eventually, the principal of the school, Carlos, had to intervene and intercede with the local real estate agency, so that the Arabic teacher and his wife could rent a modern house in good condition. Unlike the Arabic teacher and his wife, however, most immigrants coming to the town did not have these outside resources to help them.