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Chapter 5 analyses the intergenerational transmission of identity, integration and transnational ties by focusing on the main emerging themes, respectively. The final chapter encompasses the three main concepts and the intergenerational transmission, and discusses the findings of each empirical chapter, focusing also on the interrelations between these concepts as they played out in the data. Throughout these five chapters the comparative context of the three countries and cities is highlighted where relevant.
In vogue in the 1980s, more recently migration scholars have returned to critical realist epistemologies in order to develop more sound migration theories (Bakewell 2010; Iosifides 2011). Overall, critical realism places a strong emphasis on the importance of processes, based on continuous conceptualization and reconceptualization (Pratt 1995). This approach resonates closely with research conducted for this book, based on multiple processes—migration, identity formation, integration, transnationalism, intergenerational transmission—and, therefore, intersected with social constructionism to shape the overall research process and data analysis and interpretation.
Finally, articulating issues of identity and discrimination would be demanding for children of a younger age, which would consequently bear higher risks and ethical implications. It is worth mentioning that research for this book involved ethical and positionality issues. The project involved participants from different groups, in terms of age, nationality and social status, and took place at three research sites located in three different countries. More importantly, the topics covered, such as identity perception, discrimination and parent-child relations, and the methods used, which required substantial time and contact with the participants, could make research seem ‘invasive’ and make access even more difficult than, for example, a study of migrants’ structural integration.