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As a consequence of the free movement legislation within Europe and a continuing migration to Europe, an increasing share of people is embedded in transnational social spaces today. These include formal and informal transnational networks and particularly networks of the nuclear and extended family members.
KeywordsExtended Family Member Dual Citizenship Transnational Family Roma Woman Everyday Social Interaction
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- Pries, L. (2001). New Transnational Social Spaces. In L. Pries (Ed.), New Transnational Social Spaces. International migration and transnational companies in the early twenty-first century, New York City: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 3–36.Google Scholar