This book explores the relationships of thirty young people with
their ancestral homeland, of Pakistan or Kashmir, and with British
urban life. It does so using narratives from young people about
their journeys from Birmingham in Britain to visit kin in villages
in rural Pakistan and Kashmir. Its particular usefulness is the
critique that its empirical data raises of 'conventional wisdom' of
some governments, media, academic theorists and public bodies about
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