Exposed to Dubai: education and belonging among young Indian residents in the Gulf
Source of Publication
Globalisation, Societies and Education
© 2020, © 2020 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This paper explores the life experiences, identities and trajectories of young Dubai-born Indians living in the Arab Gulf. It seeks to contribute to an emergent body of research on the formation of diasporic identities and forms of belonging among South Asians in the Gulf, which underscores the ways in which migrants articulate forms of cultural belonging in a context where they are denied the right to citizenship. Building on the notion of the ‘educated person’, the paper argues that education constitutes an important, yet overlooked, basis for forms of cultural belonging in Dubai.
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Arab Gulf, belonging, Dubai, education, South Asian diasporas, youth
Sancho, David, "Exposed to Dubai: education and belonging among young Indian residents in the Gulf" (2020). All Works. 1622.
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