By Inmaculada Mª García-Sánchez
"This revealing research of daily language use between Moroccan immigrant childrens in Spain explores their cultural and linguistic life-worlds as they improve a hybrid, but coherent, feel of id of their multilingual groups. the writer exhibits how they adapt to the neighborhood ambivalence towards Muslim tradition and elevated surveillance through Spanish specialists. bargains ground-breaking learn from linguistic anthropology charting the politics of adolescence in Muslim immigrant groups in Spain Illuminates the modern debates pertaining to assimilation and alienation in Europe's immigrant Muslim and North African populations offers an built-in mixture of concept and empirical ethnographic facts Enriches fresh study on immigrant childrens with analyses in their experience of belonging, communicative practices, and rising techniques of identification"-- �Read more...
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In addition to these adverse economic conditions, the area also suffers from a scarcity of basic social services, such as health and post-elementary education. As a consequence, rising unemployment and lack of economic, social, and educational opportunities has forced much of the population to emigrate to large Moroccan urban areas first, and, then, to international destinations, such as Spain. Migration has indeed had a profound impact on the demographic and social changes that this area has experienced in the last two decades.
I highlight how these discourses are produced at the complex intersection of anti-immigrant sentiment, contemporary concerns about security and religious fanaticism attributed to Muslim immigrant groups, and historical anxieties aroused by Orientalist and racialized images of the dangerous Moor invaders of centuries past. 1 A Brief History of the Moroccan Immigrant Diaspora in Contemporary Spain Morocco has undergone profound demographic changes in the last five decades, particularly, a decrease in birth rate and mass migration from rural to urban centers.
The expression has continued to be used in both Peninsular and Latin American varieties of Spanish. Over time, its meaning has evolved to indicate situations in which we can or cannot proceed because a potential danger we fear is either present or not. I use it in the title of this chapter in a pun-like manner to evoke for the reader primarily two issues. I want to make reference, on the one hand, to the pernicious Moor/Moroccan slippage, with which part of this chapter is concerned, and which structures much public discourse about Moroccan immigration in Spain.
Language and Muslim immigrant childhoods : the politics of belonging by Inmaculada Mª García-Sánchez