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Migranci, tożsamość, miejsce. Środowisko imigrantów kubańskich na Florydzie

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Migrants, identity, place. Cuban immigrants in Florida

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After resuming the history, dynamics and social and political features of the Cuban immigration to Florida, the author describes the urban space of the Cuban Miami, focusing on its place among other ethnic districts and its specifics - result of the existence of Cuban economic enclave in Miami. Discussing the problem of identity among Cuban immigrants, the author shows the difference between the first generation of migrants, considering themselves Cubans in exile and the confused identities of the second generation of Cuban-Americans. Some of the second generation youths identify themselves in terms of „being from Miami” refering it mainly to social and cultural space of Latin and Cuban reality of the city. The relation between identity and place studied, among others, by British and American human geographers can give an interesting insight into the problem of confused identities of migrants.

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