By Pnina Werbner
This research, which breaks new flooring in city examine, is a accomplished and definitive account of 1 of the numerous groups of South Asians to emerge during the Western business international because the moment global warfare - the British Pakistanis in Manchester. This publication examines the cultural dimensions of immigrant entrepreneurship and the formation of an ethnic enclave group, and explores the constitution and conception of city ritual and its position in the immigrant present economic system.
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This research, which breaks new floor in city study, is a accomplished and definitive account of 1 of the numerous groups of South Asians to emerge in the course of the Western commercial global because the moment international conflict - the British Pakistanis in Manchester. This publication examines the cultural dimensions of immigrant entrepreneurship and the formation of an ethnic enclave neighborhood, and explores the constitution and conception of city ritual and its position in the immigrant reward economic system.
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For the extensive inner city neighbourhoods [the inheritance was of] low social status confirmed by unhealthy living conditions and their continued role as reception centres for low status migrants. (1984: 11) In its heyday during the nineteenth century Manchester had a thousand warehouses in the central city, alongside ninety-nine spinning mills, dyeing and printing works (ibid: 7). Inner Manchester districts such as Ancoats and Cheetham Hill had a sweatshop sector built on a long tradition of outwork (ibid: 8).
10 A move southwards from the University area was precipitated by this new influx of migrants in the early 1960s. Housing in South Manchester tends to improve as one moves south (cf. Lomas and Monck 1975), and the city's 'ecological zones' are arranged roughly in concentric circles around the city centre, much like the classic instance of Chicago which inspired Park's urban ecological model (Park et al. 1925; Wirth 1928). As in Chicago, each wave of immigrants to the city has tended to replace the former wave in its innermost cheap housing areas.
The impetus towards labour migration from the Jullundur area is discussed by Aurora (1968: 24-34), Marsh (1967: 2-9) and the Ballards (1977: 26-7). Migrants appeared to originate from families of small landholders whose land and standing were threatened by fragmentation, but who could afford to send one son overseas. The same set of reasons applied later to much of the migration from Gujrat, Jhelum and Gujar-Khan in West Punjab. 6. See Punjab Gazeteer, Jullundur District 1935. The Arain population constituted over a third of the Muslim population of the District.
The Migration Process: Capital, Gifts and Offerings among British Pakistanis by Pnina Werbner