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This front matter section of the book Translocality: The Study of Globalising Processes from a Southern Perspective contains the table of contents, acknowledgments, list of contributors, list of maps, and a note on transliteration. 'Marginal Mobilities' explores modes of movement and mobility by seemingly marginal, "local" actors which are often regarded as erratic, accidental, and hence at odds with mainstream globalisation. Despite the lack of attention, or even repressive intervention, by more dominant social actors, these mobilities can be seen to constitute significant and lasting connections between particular places and regions. The complicated relationship between locality and translocal connectedness is discussed in the book.

Keywords: marginal mobilities; translocality



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