What is Diaspora

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             The term ÔdiasporaÕ is used to refer to people who have left their homelands and
settled in other parts of the world, either because they were forced to do so or
because they wanted to leave on their own.

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The word is increasingly used for such

people as a collective group and/or a community. The world has seen many
diasporas but scholars have been studying the phenomenon with great interest only
in recent decades.

What is Diaspora- Lesson-1 of Unit- 11

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Among the great diasporas of history is that of the Jewish people, who were forced
to leave their lands in ancient times. The movement of Aryans from Central Europe
to the Indian sub-continent thousands of years ago is also a noteworthy diaspora,
although the causes of this diaspora are unclear.

What is Diaspora- Lesson-1 of Unit- 11

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In twentieth century history, the

Palestinian diaspora has attracted a lot of attention and been a cause of concern for
world leaders because of the plight of Palestinians. There have been massive
diasporas in Africa, too, over the centuries, either because of war or because of the
ravages of nature. But the chief reason why the phenomenon of diaspora is attracting
so much attention now is globalization.

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