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Contemporary Migrations: The Madeiran Portuguese

  • Jaine BeswickEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter is one of the most noteworthy of the book. Beswick offers an insightful and detailed, generational analysis of one of the most significant migration trajectories to Jersey in recent times, that of the Madeiran Portuguese, and fundamental to her hypothesis is an examination of how different age groups engage with ideologies of belonging and how their attitudes towards home intersect with self-identification practices and situated language use, with language often a topos around which participants talk about their lives, experiences and attitudes. Her historical contextualisation of the reification of a homogeneous Portuguese national identity highlights the relevance of its main tropes to the Madeiran diaspora and regional identity. Beswick’s subsequent fieldwork discussion reveals rich data about ideologies of group identity and cohesiveness based on shared, social and cultural stereotypes, how they may be articulated both inside and outside the spatial clustering of the Madeiran Quarter and how embeddedness within the Island’s local social networks may be significant. She examines older participants’ transnational lifestyles, aspirations for return, the perceived temporary nature of their island-to-island economic migrations and the thematic role of Portuguese as a sociocultural emblem of diasporic belonging, and her discussion of the tensions such themes inspire in 1.5 and second-generation participants is particularly revealing. Central to her argument are ideologies of legitimacy and authenticity, alternative representations of home and belonging and the situated use of English. Beswick’s final section on third-generation participants examines how they negotiate group borders and uncovers the presence of distinctive, emblematic linguistic repertoires that suggest the emergence of a new, peer group identity.

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  1. 1.Modern Languages and LinguisticsUniversity of SouthamptonSouthamptonUK

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