CHANGING DEMOGRAPHICS AND INTIMATE RELATION PATTERNS AMONG INDIAN DIASPORA IN DENMARK

Rashmi Singla, Ambika Varma

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Resumé

Indians, mostly skilled, are invited to fill gaps in the Danish labour market in the last decade, changing the demographics and dynamics of the Indian diaspora. The paper covers this diaspora, also historically, focusing on the psychosocial aspects of transnationalism and intimate relationship formation.
The theoretical framework combines life course perspective, processes of interconnectedness and inclusion/exclusion Studies of Indian couples and ‘mixed couples’ consisting of Indians in exogamous marriages with Danish spouses, form the empirical part.
The results show Indian diaspora transformations, such as multiple belongings, differential engagement in Danish society and India related to generational and couple formation patterns.
Indians, mostly skilled, are invited to fill gaps in the Danish labour market in the last decade, changing the demographics and dynamics of the Indian diaspora. The paper covers this diaspora, also historically, focusing on the psychosocial aspects of transnationalism and intimate relationship formation.
The theoretical framework combines life course perspective, processes of interconnectedness and inclusion/exclusion Studies of Indian couples and ‘mixed couples’ consisting of Indians in exogamous marriages with Danish spouses, form the empirical part.
The results show Indian diaspora transformations, such as multiple belongings, differential engagement in Danish society and India related to generational and couple formation patterns.
SprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer15
TidsskriftIndia Migration Report
Vol/bindIMR- Diaspora in Europe
Udgave nummer7
Sider249-273
Antal sider24
StatusUdgivet - 1 jan. 2019

Emneord

  • Indian diaspora
  • psychosocial aspects of transnationalis m
  • inclusion/exclusion
  • mixed couples
  • ¨multiple belongings
  • couple formation

Citer dette

Singla, Rashmi ; Varma , Ambika . / CHANGING DEMOGRAPHICS AND INTIMATE RELATION PATTERNS AMONG INDIAN DIASPORA IN DENMARK. I: India Migration Report. 2019 ; Bind IMR- Diaspora in Europe, Nr. 7. s. 249-273
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