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fallah G A, sojoodi F, baramaki S. The Challenge of Identity-Makers Elements of Motherland and Host land In Migration Inter- Discourse Spaces in Migration Persian literature Novels.. LRR. 2016; 7 (5) :19-42
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-2046-en.html
1- Associate Professor of Persian Language and Literature, University of Al-Khwarizmi, Iran, Tehran, Iran
2- Associate professor of semiotics and linguistics, University of Art in Tehran, Iran, Tehran, Iran
3- PhD student of Persian language and literature, University of Al-Khwarizmi, Iran, Tehran, Iran
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This research tries to study the migration Persian literature novels and analyzes the challenge of identity-makers elements in the motherland and host country in inter-discourse migration spaces. The aim of this study is to answer this main question: What challenges would build the motherland identity-makers elements relocate human subject from native Semiosphere to the host Semiosphere?
The article uses the theoretical foundations of cultural studies and the theory of Semiosphere of Juri Lotman to answer this question. This article assumes that identity-makers elements lose an important part of their power and influence after withdrawal from the sphere of their Semiosphere.
 These identical signs in the host territory, since they lose the supporting powers and because of the differences and conflicts they have with identical signs of host, may be sent to margin. Or they are inflicted with change in their value. And as the result, the human subject gets many identity-makers challenges. These challenges vary from liminal identity to identity crisis and identity less.
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Article Type: Research Paper | Subject: Discourse Analysis
Published: 2016/11/21

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