Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/105406
Type: Journal article
Title: 祖籍国与离散族裔的关系_比较与理论的视角_亚历山大_德拉诺 = Comparing and Theorizing State-Diaspora Relations
Other Titles: Comparing and theorizing state-diaspora relations
Author: Délano, A.
Gamlen, A.
Falong, L.
Citation: Southeast Asian Studies, 2015; 4:1-10
Publisher: CNKI
Issue Date: 2015
ISSN: 1008-6099
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亚历山大·德拉诺 艾伦·加姆伦 罗发龙 = Alexandra Délano, Alan Gamlen, Luo Falong
Abstract: 本文评论、综合和拓宽现有祖籍国与离散族裔关系研究的理论基础,强调该领域现有大多数研究存在碎片化、个案研究倾向和非理论化的现象,指出在这一领域进行比较和理论化研究的必要性,并提出可行的研究主题和研究方法。本文首先描述了所考察祖籍国与离散族裔关系现象的范围,评论了此领域研究的各层次的文献,之后讨论了《政治地理》杂志2014年第41卷"祖籍国与离散族裔关系"专栏对这一领域作出的贡献,并指出未来的研究议题,包括比较的视角、定量和定性的方法、关于政策扩散理论的争论、治理以及规范的形成等。 = This article reviews,synthesizes,and extends the theoretical underpinnings of existing research on state-diaspora relations,highlighting the fragmented,case-study oriented and a-theoretical nature of most existing work in this area,emphasizing the need to compare and theorize state-diaspora relations and suggesting topics and methods through which this can be done. First we describe the range of phenomena under examination and review the various strands of literature informing this area of research. From there we discuss the contribution of this special section of Political Geography and point the way towards a future research agenda that includes a comparative dimension,employs quantitative and qualitative methods,and engages theoretical debates in relation to policy diffusion,governance and norm formation.
Keywords: Diaspora; Diaspora Engagement; Diaspora Policies; Trans-nationalism; Diffusion; Governance; 离散族裔; 离散族裔管理; 离散族裔政策; 跨国主义; 扩散理论; 治理
Description: Published in Chinese and English
Rights: Copyright status unknown
RMID: 0030070298
Published version: http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTotal-DNYY201504012.htm
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