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It is at this point that we see how generation in its interpretation of kinship descent overlaps with generation as a life phase situated in a generational order. It is further important to note that the loose set of generational relations comprising the intergenerational contract and negotiated interdependence is always gendered and subject to reinterpretation as circumstances change—something which is especially evident in the context of migration (Mazzucato et al. 2006; Punch 2007; Huijsmans 2013, 2014a; Hoang and Yeoh 2015; Punch 2015).
This is vividly illustrated by Mahardhika Sjamsoeoed Sadjad, who, as a young, female, Muslim, Indonesian researcher reflects on her research encounters with young Dutch Muslims from migrant backgrounds as part of her MA in Development Studies. She not only makes a strong case for attending to positionality in the relational exercise of doing research, her work also contributes to redrawing the geographical boundaries of development studies. STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK Next follow 12 full chapters and a commentary by Nicola Ansell.
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