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The author replies to Alain Roussillon's discussion with the following reflections: Is it the same thing to say "intercultural" in Rabat, Barcelona or Paris? He approaches transnational mobility in the Western Mediterranean through the migrants, their relationship with their country of origin and their children's language/culture in the host countries.doaj:e00bf696c4764d2bb740a10d4513501b fatcat:4qlrf66uxbdjthj35z56totcgy