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La migration sans rupture. Le rôle des réseaux sociaux numériques dans la construction identitaire de jeunes migrants maghrébins

Abstract : Our study shows that young Moroccan migrants are skillful at playing with geographical, social and symbolic borders, and generating new forms of sociability, in their use of digital social networks. They develop a variety of groupings, which are partly independent of imposed categories, employing logics of inclusion/exclusion facilitated by certain linguistic practices. Digital sociabilities are thus a resource which can help the participant tolerate physical distance, but they also imply tensions, and can sometimes be used to exercise social or religious control. Social media can reveal the plural identities and logics of subjectivation of these young people. The strategies of disconnection, for example, amply demonstrate their ability to stand back from these devices, and develop a reflexive approach.
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Évelyne Barthou. La migration sans rupture. Le rôle des réseaux sociaux numériques dans la construction identitaire de jeunes migrants maghrébins. Socio-anthropologie, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2019, Les migrants numériques, pp.163-179. ⟨10.4000/socio-anthropologie.6163⟩. ⟨hal-02327469⟩

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