Sociology of Migration and Post-Western Theory

Laurence ROULLEAU BERGER,Liu YUZHAO
Date de publication
9 septembre 2021
Résumé
How to build a Post-Western theory, based on the sociology of migration in France and in China? Where do Western and Non-Western theories converge, and how do common and situated knowledge coexist and interlock? Based on French and Chinese research experiences in the field of migration, this book highlights the proceedings of the co-production of practical knowledge which explicates the paradigm of Post-Western sociology. From an empirical standpoint, the cross-perspectives of French and Chinese researchers on the biographies of young Chinese migrants in China and young descendants of immigrants in France are confronted, with respect to five themes of migration sociology: migration and education; migration, gender and family; migration between integration and urban segr ... Lire la suite
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Date de première publication du titre 9 septembre 2021
ISBN 9791036204043
EAN-13 9791036204043
Référence 125417-46
Nombre de pages de contenu principal 384
Format 15 x 23 x 0 cm
Poids 300 g

Laurence Roulleau-Berger – Introduction

PART 1: Post-Western Theory and Sociology of Migration
By Laurence Roulleau-Berger And Liu Yuzhao

– What Is Post-Western Sociology?
– Sociology of Migration and New Trends
– Doing Fieldwork Together

PART 2: The Fabric of Post-Western Theory and Migration

Migration and Education

The Tortuous Road of Education: Li's Life Story
A Broken School Trajectory: Nourredine's Life Story

Ingrid Tucci – Pathways in School and Biographical Turning Points: The Role of Stigma and Discrimination
Ingrid Tucci – School Pathways of Young Rural Migrants in China: The Nexus Between Social Context and Aspirations
Li Yong – School and Reproduction of Migrant Workers in a Chinese Megalopolis: Regarding the Interview with Li
Xiong Yihan – Academic Vulnerability: Why Are Youngsters from the Bottom of the Social Strata More Likely to Fail in School?
Su Liang – Another Possibility for Furthering the Education of Migrant Children: The Adult Education System: About the Chinese Case of Li
Su Liang – Low Standards of Education, Stigmatized Community, and Inequality in Daily Communication: Comments on the Case of Nourredine (Vénissieux)

Migration, Gender, and Family

Between Family and Work: Chen's Life Story
Saïd's Family Story and Social Trajectory

Abdelhafid Hammouche – The Permanent Migration in China
Abdelhafid Hammouche – A Map of Otherness in France
Beatrice Zani – Un-Breaking Familiar and Affectional Bonds
Ji Yingchun – A Migrant Girl Coming of Age: A Zigzag Journey of Life
Chen Chen – A Second-Generation Migrant Worker in China: Geographical Mobility and Social Immobility
Chen Chen – The Mobility and Integration of a French Citizen Born to Immigrant Parents

Migrants Between Urban Integration and Segregation

Settling in the City: Niu's Urban Story
Between Captivity and Mobility: Bahia

Ahmed Boubeker – Mobility and Migration in the Global City: About the Interview with Niu and a Few Echoes on French Grounds
Ahmed Boubeker – Cross and Across the City: About the Interview with Bahia
Michel Kokoreff – Between "Rats" and "Lolitas": The Story of Bahia
Zhao Yeqin – Floating Between Cities and Rural Areas: The Second-Generation Immigrants
Zhao Yeqin – Narrative Tension of City, Mobility, and Immigrants
Wang Chunguang – "Mutual Molding between Structure and Individual": The Story of a Grain of Dust and a Seed

Migration and Work

Successfully Becoming a Member of the New Middle Class: Qi
Segregation and Subalternity: Adji's Life Story

Laurence Roulleau-Berger – Compressed Modernity and Being "a Hero" in Chinese Cities
Laurence Roulleau-Berger – Descendants of Immigrants, Subalternity and Work
in French Cities
Grégory Giraudo-Baujeu – Hukou, Discriminations, and Mobilities: Qi's Interview
Grégory Giraudo-Baujeu – A Double Ordeal of Precariousness and Racism: A Look at Adji's Interview
Sun Zhongwei – Employment and Urbanization of New Immigrants
Li Zhen – Education and Upward Socioeconomic Mobility of Children of Migrants in the Chinese Urban Labor Market: Institutional Barriers, Social Support, and Personal Efforts
Li Zhen – Blocked Upward Socioeconomic Mobility: Family Background, Social Support, and Education in a Segmented Labor Market

Migration and Governance

The Dream of SF: Liu
Ms Martin, a Social Worker's Story

Marie Bellot – Social Organizations, State, and Cooperation: The Case of the Education of Migrant Children in Shanghai
Aude-Claire Fourot – The Local Governance of Services for (Im) Migrant Children and Youth: Mitigating the Lack of Mobility and Navigating Internal Borders
Yan Jun – Those Invisible Flowers: A Review of the Case of a Shanghai Educational NGO for Migrant Children
Yan Jun – Immigration and "Governance": Comments on the Interview with Ms Martin
Liu Yuzhao – How Social Organizations Participate in Education of Migrant Children
Liu Yuzhao – The Boundary Between Immigrants and State Governance

PART 3: Post-Western Sociology: Common and Local Knowledge Between Europe and China

Liu Shiding – Rethinking the Social Dynamics of Migration in China
Liu Neng – On the Social Ecology of the Great Chinese Rural-to-Urban Migration
Laurence Roulleau-Berger – Post-Western Theory: Common and Located Knowledge Between European and Chinese Sociologies

Notes on the Contributors

How to build a Post-Western theory, based on the sociology of migration in France and in China? Where do Western and Non-Western theories converge, and how do common and situated knowledge coexist and interlock? Based on French and Chinese research experiences in the field of migration, this book highlights the proceedings of the co-production of practical knowledge which explicates the paradigm of Post-Western sociology. From an empirical standpoint, the cross-perspectives of French and Chinese researchers on the biographies of young Chinese migrants in China and young descendants of immigrants in France are confronted, with respect to five themes of migration sociology: migration and education; migration, gender and family; migration between integration and urban segregation; migration and work; migration and governance. Through this work, theoretical continuities and discontinuities between Chinese and French sociology emerge, paving the way for a Post-Western space, based on shared legacies but also on traditions and trajectories in international sociology.

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