90lifestyle Dailymotion video series on the French in London

Huc-Hepher, S. 2023. 90lifestyle Dailymotion video series on the French in London. Dailymotion (France)

Title90lifestyle Dailymotion video series on the French in London
CreatorsHuc-Hepher, S.
Collaborators
VideographerTour-De Wildeman, M.
Description

Series of 10 short videos in French on different aspects of life in London for French migrants, based on Huc-Hepher's research but targeting the general public. Topics cover:
-Rencontre avec l'auteure de l'étude sur les Français expatriés à Londres
-Les raisons de l'expatriation des Français à Londres
-Où vivent les Français expatriés à Londres ?
-Le profil type des Français expatriés à Londres
-Les habitudes des Français expatriés à Londres
-Le système de santé anglais est-il meilleur qu'en France ?
-Les clichés des Anglais sur les Français
-Les plus grands regrets des Français expatriés à Londres
-Les démarches complexifiées pour les expatriés à cause le Brexit
-Les Français expatriés à Londres, de plus en plus nombreux à demander la double nationalité

KeywordsFrench diaspora; London; lifestyle migration; Brexit; stereotyping; everyday habits
Year20 Apr 2023
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File Access Level
Open (open metadata and files)
Place of publicationDailymotion (France)
Web address (URL)https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8k9cj9
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