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Author: Moreno Maestro, Susana
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Antropología Social
Date: 2006
Published in: Les Cahiers du GRES, 6 (1), 93-110.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Nous proposons ici un modèle ethnographique mettant en relation la culture et le développement avec les processus migratoires actuels. Nous nous éloignons ainsi de ce qui est supposé être « l’aide officielle au développement » pour nous pencher sur ...
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I present an ethnographic model that relates culture and development to the migration process that has brought Senegalese to Andalusia. I criticize the official “aid for development” position, and examine the role of migrants residing in the receiving country. I show how the Senegalese Mourides in city of Seville are involved in the development of a social organizational model focused on the holy city of Touba in Senegal. Then, I look at the role that the Mouride brotherhood plays in the development of Senegal. I suggest that it is the impossible to speak of the notions of society of origin and society of destination as two differentiated spaces in the daily reality of the Senegalese immigrants. This is rather a transnational migration defined by the constant transit of people as well as material and symbolic goods between the here (Seville) and the there (Senegal).
Cite: Moreno Maestro, S. (2006). Le Mouridisme au sein de l'immigration sénégalaise: agent de développement: le cas de l'Andalousie. Les Cahiers du GRES, 6 (1), 93-110.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/44492

DOI: 10.7202/012685ar

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