versión impresa ISSN 1665-8906
WIEVIORKA, Michel. A World in Movement. Migr. Inter [online]. 2011, vol.6, n.1, pp. 45-60. ISSN 1665-8906.
Traditionally, social sciences have studied migrations from the view point of integration within the framework of nation states, with more interest in integration into society than in real people, their culture and subjectivity. They have barely studied the country of origin, or the difficulties involved in transit. Nowadays, the migratory phenomenon is diverse and changes continuously. Identities undergo a constant process of transformation, even when they are connected to migration while social scientists have developed such notions as panethnicity and transnationalism. The time has finally come to put an end to the so-called sociology of integration, and seriously consider the point of view migrants as subjects in a global world. In several societies, however, many people like to speak in terms of integration. But "integration models" are now a failure.
Palabras llave : migration; identity; subjectivation; integration; transnationalism.