Genuinely global and interdisciplinary in scope, this collection is a timely and exciting attempt to understand recent changes in the relations between diaspora and media cultures. At its heart is the recognition that contemporary diasporas present us with profound transformation, with a shift from the traditional political formations and identities characterising diasporic communities, to ways in which communities learn to engage with the new 'Other'. How are choices made about such engagement? In this contribution to an important and urgent politial question, theoretical perspectives are illuminated by empirical case studies of a range of observed media roles in relation to particular migrant groups and their relationship to the host communities

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