Asilo/esilio. Donne migranti e richiedenti asilo in Sicilia

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[automatically translated] The obvious difference between North and South is not required, often, in due consideration when reflecting on the phenomenon of immigration in Italy. It neglects to observe that if the economic conditions, the culture, the social fabric of the region in which migrants are placed vary, will also vary the relationships between natives and foreigners, the economic role played by migrants, integration and ways of ' exclusion. For example, Sicily is the region where the percentage is more irregular, but where the foreign crime is lower and also less strong fear. This text intends to contribute to explore the peculiarities of immigration in the Island, through studies and life stories of two key figures of migrants in Sicily: women and asylum seekers. Particularly emblematic cases will be analyzed and much alive as the Nigerian prostitution, intimacy commercialization in care carried out by foreign women trades, the misfortunes of asylum seekers landing on the Sicilian coast or are rejected even before landing. The volume contains a part essays written by experts and a collection of life stories written by Sicilian university students who met the migrants.
Original languageItalian
PublisherDue Punti Edizioni
Number of pages184
ISBN (Print)978-88-89987-39-1
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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