Immigration represents one of the most significant phenomena of our contemporary society. Therefore, the study of its related issues is an extremely rich research field, which involves different subjects and aims at understanding this phenomenon from a number of aspects. For this reason, the activities carried out by individual researchers, or more often by working groups, are numerous. Full awareness and comprehension of the unprecedented transformations in a demographic, social, economic and, ultimately, territorial context, which in an increasingly globalized and interdependent world are being experienced across contemporary Europe, and in particular across Italy, may help support and promote inclusive and innovative societies. As regards Geography, which has been examining this phenomenon for a long time, it would be desirable to see a renewal of its commitment and avenues of research through the rediscovery of a disciplinary collective result that over time has undergone fragmentation in order to meet the incessant demand for specialization. Thus, this paper will examine some key concepts involved in migration issues, which will be investigated in terms of geography. Moreover, there will be the examination of new scenarios for research and perspective, as well as the discussion of a research project, which is still a work-in-progress.

Magistri, P. (2017). Immigrazione e nuove territorialità. Riflessioni concettuali e introduzione ad alcune ricerche sul campo. In Pierluigi Magistri (a cura di), Immigrazione e nuove territorialità. Primo quaderno del progetto SIR Inclusive communities and new territorialities. Urban spaces among socio-cultural traditions and innovative processes (pp. 7-23). Roma : UniversItalia.

Immigrazione e nuove territorialità. Riflessioni concettuali e introduzione ad alcune ricerche sul campo

MAGISTRI, PIERLUIGI
2017-01-01

Abstract

Immigration represents one of the most significant phenomena of our contemporary society. Therefore, the study of its related issues is an extremely rich research field, which involves different subjects and aims at understanding this phenomenon from a number of aspects. For this reason, the activities carried out by individual researchers, or more often by working groups, are numerous. Full awareness and comprehension of the unprecedented transformations in a demographic, social, economic and, ultimately, territorial context, which in an increasingly globalized and interdependent world are being experienced across contemporary Europe, and in particular across Italy, may help support and promote inclusive and innovative societies. As regards Geography, which has been examining this phenomenon for a long time, it would be desirable to see a renewal of its commitment and avenues of research through the rediscovery of a disciplinary collective result that over time has undergone fragmentation in order to meet the incessant demand for specialization. Thus, this paper will examine some key concepts involved in migration issues, which will be investigated in terms of geography. Moreover, there will be the examination of new scenarios for research and perspective, as well as the discussion of a research project, which is still a work-in-progress.
Settore M-GGR/01 - Geografia
Italian
Rilevanza nazionale
Capitolo o saggio
inclusive societies, new territoriality, cultural geography, multiculturalism, religion
prodotto del progetto SIR 2014 "Inclusive communities and new territorialitiies...."
Magistri, P. (2017). Immigrazione e nuove territorialità. Riflessioni concettuali e introduzione ad alcune ricerche sul campo. In Pierluigi Magistri (a cura di), Immigrazione e nuove territorialità. Primo quaderno del progetto SIR Inclusive communities and new territorialities. Urban spaces among socio-cultural traditions and innovative processes (pp. 7-23). Roma : UniversItalia.
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