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Mothering, Mixed Families and Racialised Boundaries
Mixed families, in Europe as in Italy, constitute a rapidly expanding phenomenon. This essay analyses the way in which extraneousness-otherness are embodied in the kinning of the mixed couples involved. The paper is divided into two sections; in the first, we will discuss how the kinning process related to migratory regimes acts as a device for the differentiation of family and national belonging; in the second, we will analyse the family mixedness in action in the kinning process of mixeddoi:10.4324/9781315692258 fatcat:ndehhkp2q5dyfp54dff4i33zi4