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Le voyage inachevé... à Joël Bonnemaison

By J.F. Perouse

Abstract

Obviously, Istanbul has become a very attractive metropolitan area for the so called "South-Eastern" people. Even if it's difficult to estimate precisely the exact number of Kurdish people living in Istanbul, we can claim that it's much easier to be a Kurd in Istanbul than in Diyarbakir (the main city in turkish Kurdistan), because of the new opportunities available to support the identity-making process. In fact, besides indirect means (like private foundations...) the Kurds have new and various means to assert themselves, openly, as different. (Résumé d'auteur

Topics: ETHNOGRAPHIE, GEOGRAPHIE URBAINE, IMMIGRATION, IDENTITE CULTURELLE, GROUPE ETHNIQUE, DISCRIMINATION, GROUPE RELIGIEUX, VIE ASSOCIATIVE, ENSEIGNEMENT, CULTURE POPULAIRE
Publisher: PRODIG
Year: 1998
OAI identifier: oai:ird.fr:fdi:010017350
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