Immigrants And Transnationalism: A Social Study

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With over 7 million immigrants and refugees scattered worldwide, it is only normal to talk about their changing sense of patriotism throughout the years; which is the “ love of one's country, identification with it, and special concern for its well-being and that of compatriots” (Primoratz, 2009, p. 3). Moreover, due to immigration and transnationalism, the Palestinian population embodied trans-identities demonstrating “connections and exchanges across nations and borders, typically “being neither here nor there”” (Brynen, 2013, p. 27). Several factors, mainly social and psychological, can impact the level of patriotic behavior expressed by transnational Palestinians, all which can be perceived through cynical or optimistic viewpoints. Also,