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方法論的ナショナリズムを超えて

Beyond Methodological Nationalism : Research Methodologies for Cross-Border Studies

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(Routledge Research in Transnationalism)

Amelina, Anna (EDT)   Nergiz, Devrimsel D. (EDT)   Faist, Thomas (EDT)

Routledge 2012/05
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780415899628
eISBN: 9781136328282
KNPID: EY00022585
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Cross-border studies have become attractive for a number of fields, including international migration, studies of material and cultural globalization, and history. While cross-border studies have expanded, the critique on nation-centered research lens has also grown. This book revisits drawbacks of methodological nationalism in theory and methodological strategies. It summarizes research methodologies of the current studies on transnationalization and globalization, such as multi-scalar and transnational approaches, global and multi-sited ethnography, as well as the entangled history approach and the incorporating comparison approach. This collected volume goes beyond rhetorical criticism on methodological nationalism, which is mainly associated with the ignorance and naturalization of national categories. It proffers insights for the systematic implementation of novel research strategies within empirical studies deployed by young and senior scholars. The novelty lies in an interdisciplinary lens ranging from sociology, social anthropology and history.

Table of Contents

1. Methodological Predicaments of Cross-Border Studies  Anna Amelina, Thomas Faist, Nina Glick Schiller and Devrimsel D. Nergiz  Part I: Researching International Migration after Redefining Spatiality and Mobility  2. Transnationality, Migrants and Cities: A Comparative Approach  Nina Glick Schiller  3. Transnational Migration and the Reformulation of Analytical Categories: Unpacking Latin American Refugee Dynamics in Toronto  Luin Goldring and Patricia Landolt  4. Overcoming Methodological Nationalism in Migration Research: Cases and Contexts in Multi-Level Comparisons  Anja Weiß and Arnd-Michael Nohl  Part II: Material, Culture and Ethnicity: Overcoming Pitfalls in Researching Globalization  5. Global Ethnography 2.0: From Methodological Nationalism to Methodological Materialism  Zsuzsa Gille  6. Uncomfortable Antinomies: Going Beyond Methodological Nationalism in Social and Cultural Anthropology  David Gellner  7. Approaching Indigenous Activism from the Ground Up: Experiences from Bangladesh  Eva Gerharz  Part III: Juxtapositions of Historiography after the Hegemony of the National  8. The Global, the Transnational, and the Subaltern: The Limits of History Beyond the National Paradigm  Angelika Epple  9. Incorporating Comparisons in the Rift: Making Use of Cross-Place Events and Histories in Moments of World Historical Change  Sandra Curtis Comstock  10. Interrogating Critiques of Methodological Nationalism: Propositions for New Methodologies  Radhika Mongia  Part IV: Conclusions  11. Transnational Social Spaces: Between Methodological Nationalism and Cosmo-Globalism  Ludger Pries and Martin Seeliger  12. Concluding Remarks: Reconsidering Contexts and Units of Analysis  Thomas Faist and Devrimsel D. Nergiz