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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:French
Record Number:53945
Doc. No:TL23899
Call number:‭NR49889‬
Main Entry:Lilyane Rachedi
Title & Author:Trajectoires migratoires et strategies identitaires d'ecrivains maghrebins immigrants au Quebec: L'ecriture comme espace d'insertion et de citoyennete pour les immigrantsLilyane Rachedi
College:Universite de Montreal (Canada)
Date:2008
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2008
Page No:399
Abstract:Based on an interdisciplinary perspective and using qualitative methodology, this thesis analyzes the results of interviews with six immigrant authors, all originating from the Maghreb (Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco), who have published at least one work in Quebec. Two series of interviews were conducted: the first to obtain information on these authors' migratory and publication history, and the second to provide a more in-depth understanding of the meaning of the significant works for their authors. We conducted case studies based on the inductive approach. The qualitative analysis of the life stories and significant works of Nadia Ghalem, Salah el Khalfa Beddiari, Wahmed Ben Younes, Soraya Benhaddad, Hédi Bouraoui and Majid Blal reveals different migration paths in which the published works fulfil a variety of functions for their authors. In addition, the texts of these works were analyzed and reveal original relationships with time and space. Culture is always very broadly represented, sometimes referring to branches of the arts, sometimes to traditions and customs, but sometimes also to human values. Far from being homogeneous, the works of each author present specific characteristics that defy any attempt at harmonization. The cross-sectional analysis of these six case studies leads us to consider the impact that the writing and publication of creative works has on the development of identity strategies to facilitate integration for these immigrant authors. More broadly, their writing enables them to define themselves as citizens. Because they have meaning for their authors, the works play a fundamental role in the development of these strategies. These identity strategies for integration take into account, among other things, diverse relationships with history, space and writing. They underscore the specific functions of creative writing and publication. From this point of view, the results of this research can serve as an inspiration for the practices and training of social workers. These results are transferable to immigrant populations as a whole, but also to other populations. Thus, this research has a three-fold contribution: to the promotion of books as a social intervention medium, to the stimulation and integration of the creative sphere as a factor in understanding different populations, and finally, to the exploration of the importance of immigrant authors as models for our practices and training. Key words. Maghrebian writers, migration paths, history, memory, identity strategies, functions of writing, creativity.
Subject:Social sciences; Language, literature and linguistics; Immigrants; Algeria; Tunisia; Morocco; Maghrebian writers; Migration paths; History; Memory; Identity strategies; Functions of writing; Creativity; Quebec; Biographies; African literature; Social work; Ethnic studies; 0631:Ethnic studies; 0304:Biographies; 0316:African literature; 0452:Social work
Added Entry:Universite de Montreal (Canada)