Below is a general outline, open to changes (page count of each section do not need to be exact), of what I planned the paper to consist of:
Title: A New Space: From Cambodian Refugees to Long Beach Residents
Brief introduction of translocal space, translocality
Introduce research question: how political and military turmoil can create a trans local space for refugees in a country with a completely different language and culture?
How people create a new homes away from their homes of origin in response to political and social trauma?
how emotions like trauma, fear can shed light on this space?
Introduce the approaches and lenses that will be used to support the research question:
Translocal space approach to space and place to comprehend how Cambodian refugees immigrating to the US and specifically Long Beach have made a new homeLittle Cambodia or Cambodia Town
Bruns definition of place and space supports her claim that refugees are not out of place as their place is at the location where they are present. Refugees live in a place made up of a homeland and their physical location, and, therefore, they are not displaced at all. This assertion leads to a different kind of politics of displacement in which refugees are given more agency and seen as having some control over their lives. This simultaneity of space and place experience through a spatial grid of social relations underlies my conceptualization of translocal space.
Low, Setha. Spatializing Culture (p. 180). Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.
emotion and affect to space and place to understand how people emotions of fear shape their new built environment and how they feel about their new environment, nostalgia??? Exclusion, racial tensions (gangs formed in response), discuss the issue in naming of the town (opposition because old residents believed Cambodians were attempting to claim a space who did not live in the area)
Historical info can be foundDiscuss the ramifications for the escape of the Cambodians during the systematic genocide that persecuted and killed Cambodians by the Khmer Rouge under the leadership of Communist Party of Kampuchea in 1975-1979
Long Beach and Little Cambodia town history, (CSULB Cambodian exchange students stayed in LB, provided refugees in the 80s services and aid, settled in Long Beach to build a new space for Cambodians away from violence torn home) little Cambodia is established demographics, conflict/issues/problems with influx of Cambodians, resettling, social relations, race relations, human relations, spatial relations (e.g. gangs, feeling of not belonging, post traumatic stresses, racial tensions, social mobility, language barriers) and how that pertains as a cause or effects of translocal space creation
explore emotion and translocality using ethnographic research, ???? information can be found in the Cambodian Ethnography source
information like the physical infrastructure design Cambodian familiarity, restaurants, clothing, jewelry, donut shops, churches and temples, feelings, of returning home (evidence found in trasnlocality: critical reflection chapter in the Brickell source)
Synthesize information/ Conclusion
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