Living (in) Class: Contexts of Immigrant Lives and the Movements of Children with(in) Them
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This article explores the ways in which immigrant children in Cyprus negotiated and perceived their class positions amidst the transnational activities of their parents. As findings indicate, children develop acute understandings of the impact money has on their lives. Drawing on resources physically or imaginarily available to them, children navigated their class positions, hence blurring their boundaries and conceptualizations.