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2022 | 11 | nr 2 | 137--154
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Where Is My Place? The Second Generation in Italy as a New Kind of Transnational Migrant

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The topic of intra-European youth mobility has been under investigation for some time. This contribution discusses a particular youth migration, that of the children of immigrants who leave Italy to move to Northern Europe. What are the motivations behind this de facto migration? How much do discrimination processes count in the decision to move abroad and under what conditions and for what reasons do people leave Italy? This paper - based on my extensive qualitative research on young people of foreign origin, born and/or raised in Italy - discusses the opportunities and limits of these young people's coping strategies in the face of difficulties in inclusion and entry into the labour market. It does this based on the broader research project, by taking into account the mobility ideas, drivers and relationships between mobile youth and their (ethnic or not) social networks.(original abstract)
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11
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137--154
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  • University of Turin, Italy
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