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2010 | 31 Intercultural Dialog on Trust | 155--177
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Imagined Communities: Beyond the Territorial-Trap

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Autor, opierając się na przykładzie marokańskiej diaspory występującej w takich krajach, jak Holandia, Francja i Belgia, stara się opisać problem trudności w określaniu własnej tożsamości kulturowej przez społeczność postkolonialną.
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The present paper will endeavor to elucidate the contradictions and difficulties in the determination of one's cultural identity due to the complexities raised by compression and expansion of borders and spaces. It will do so by trying to elicit some of the difficulties postcolonials (mostly Maghrebis and more particularly Moroccans) face up to in their daily negotiation of identity. Tracing up such difficulties, would lead us to necessarily anchor our discussion within host spaces where Maghrebi immigrants huddle, this would necessarily lead us to speak about France, Belgium and Holland where large numbers of immigrants live and work. So, the purpose is to survey all the literature on the topic with a view of bringing forth basic factors that presumably can help determine what community Postcolonials - and more specifically these people - think they belong to (their imagined community) in the face of systems like law, economy, religion, language, so volatile as a result of the changes in the border/space/ time compression. (fragment of text)
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  • Oujda University
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