Everyday life is increasingly spanning greater distances and reaching more and more places. Following the major globalisation debates of the last few decades, transnationalism is one of the most important and promising approaches emerging at the beginning of the 21st century. The theory maintains a global view, but allows for empirical analysis of the social, political, economic and cultural phenomena indigenous to different societies. Recent terms such as globalisation, virtual reality, and cyberspace indicate that the traditional notion of the geographic and the social space is changing. New Transnational Social Spaces illustrates the contemporary relationship between the social and the spatial which has emerged with new communication and transportation technologies, alongside the massive transnational movement of people. This important, cutting-edge volume brings together the latest international research to reveal new social and political challenges for social scientists, politicians and other professional practitioners.