By Michaela Benson, Karen O'Reilly
Fairly prosperous contributors from quite a few corners of the globe are more and more settling on emigrate, spurred on by means of the promise of a higher and extra gratifying lifestyle inside their vacation spot. regardless of its expanding scale, migration teachers haven't begun to consolidate and identify way of life migration as a subfield of theoretical enquiry, formerly. This quantity bargains a dynamic and holistic research of latest way of life migrations, exploring the expectancies and aspirations which tell and force migration along the realities of existence in the vacation spot. It additionally acknowledges the structural stipulations (and constraints) which body way of life migration, laying the basis for additional highbrow enquiry. via wealthy empirical case reports this quantity addresses this crucial and more and more universal kind of migration in a fashion that might curiosity students of mobility, migration, way of life and tradition around the social sciences.
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Moving to Australia seems to be a dream for many Europeans and Israelis, whereas Canadians, Japanese and Australians often dream about moving to Europe; that is, the ideal location is always somewhere far away from one’s country of origin. Within Europe, Ibiza and Italy are the most popular destinations. One could actually define the Westerners in Varanasi to be temporary lifestyle migrants in India who are hoping to become permanent lifestyle migrants somewhere else in the future. A comfortable climate is an important criterion for a ‘dream destination’ but these places are also believed to be tolerant towards people with alternative (here intended to mean countercultural) lifestyles.
However, although the Westerners in Varanasi are privileged in many respects, at a closer look, they are also very vulnerable. The ethos among backpackers is that their experiences are beneficial – giving them a form of cultural capital that, when they return to their home countries, can be used, for example, for finding jobs (Desforges 2000; Noy 2004; Caprioglio O’Reilly 2006, 1013). But what happens when backpacking results in lifestyle migration? The Westerners in Varanasi claim they have made the right choice by leaving the ‘prison’ of the West.
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