4 edition of Gender and Migration (The International Library of Studies on Migration, 10) found in the catalog.
by Edward Elgar Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Katie Willis (Editor), Brenda S. A. Yeoh (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||560|
This Overview Report on Gender and Migration takes a broad approach to migration – it looks at the gender dynamics of both international and the lesser-researched internal migration and the interconnections between the two. People may choose to migrate, or have no choice, or the decision may fall somewhere on the continuum between the two. The book examines commonalities and differences in the operation of various structures of power (gender, class, race/ethnicity, generation) and their interactions within the institutional domains of intra-national and especially inter-national migration that produce context-specific forms of social injustice.
This chapter discusses the gendered character of the migration process. The history of migration has in some respects been the ‘poor relation’ of imperial history generally, and more specifically of gender and Empire. Until about the last four decades, the study of migration shared the prevailing gender blindness in academic disciplines, and as gender emerged as a category of analysis. Presenting the first book-length account of the global race for talent from a gender perspective, Gender, migration and the global race for talent will be read by graduate students, researchers, policy-makers and practitioners in the fields of immigration studies, political science, public policy, sociology and gender studies, and Australian.
Gender roles, relations, and ideologies are major aspects of migration. This timely book argues that understanding gender relations is vital to a full and more nuanced explanation of both the causes and the consequences of migration, in the past and at present. Through an exploration of gendered labor markets, laws and policies, and the transnational model of migration, Caroline Brettell Author: Caroline B. Brettell. Get this from a library! Gender, migration and the dual career household. [Irene Hardill] -- Do careers today demand more spatial mobility? How are two careers accommodated and managed within one household? What issues of gender are related to dual-career households and migration? This book.
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Emphasizing intersectionality between gender and migration, the book highlights women’s experiences holistically and also shows how migration is closely aligned to trafficking.
Through narratives, case studies and secondary data from different regions and countries, it points out the very different significance of female labour migration.
Book Description. Intersectionality can be used to analyse whether migration leads to changes in gender relations. This book finds out how migrants from a peri-urban neighbourhood on the outskirts of Cochabamba, Bolivia, make sense of the migration journeys they have undertaken.
In Gender and International Migration, sociologist and demographer Katharine Donato and historian Donna Gabaccia evaluate the historical evidence to show that women have been a significant part of migration flows for centuries. The first scholarly analysis of gender and migration over the centuries, Gender and International Migration Cited by: Gender and Migration Cutting Edge Pack - Overview Report In1 in every 35 people was an international migrant and half of these were women.
The total numbers of people moving internally and the proportions of women among them are even higher. The first scholarly analysis of gender and migration over the centuries, Gender and International Migration demonstrates that variation in the gender composition of migration reflect not only the movements of women relative to men, but larger shifts in immigration policies and gender relations in the changing global economy.
(The Law and Politics Book Review) "Benhabib and Resnik Gender and Migration book succeeded admirably in their aspiration ‘to reorient the lively debate concerning globalization, borders, migration and citizenship’ With the appearance of this volume, the debate will never be the same.
It is an essential resource for serious students of the subject."Price: $ The book is a must read for students and scholars studying gender, migration and nationalism in the 21st century.
It deserves to become an integral part of the global migration studies syllabus." - Helma Lutz, author of The New Maids. The book is a well-written and timely addition to the growing body of literature on gender and migration, extending the analysis to include feminist practice and the challenges that this poses.
The depth of the material in this volume, particularly on the contradictions and complexities of migration, will appeal to feminist and migration. While gender provides the conceptual tool for mapping differential experiences of social reality, by identifying poverty and migration as significant axes around which social relations and processes unfold, the volume unravels the complex layers of needs, networks and choices that come into play in poverty-driven migration.
Around the world, more people are on the move than ever before. Many of them are seeking new opportunities and a better life for themselves and their families. Others are forced to move due to disaster or conflict.
Gender is central to any discussion of the causes and consequences of migration, whether forced, voluntary or somewhere in between. Page 20 - Gender awareness in migration theory: synthesising actor and structure in southern Africa", Develapment and Change No 26, pages Appears in 6 books from Page 71 - Refugee Studies Programme, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford, 21, St.
Understanding Women and Migration: A Literature Review Anjali Fleury† Abstract Understanding the intricacies of gender and migration can result in programs and policies that enhance the benefits and decrease the economic and social costs for female migrants, who make up half of theFile Size: KB.
Gender and Migration seeks to introduce the most relevant sociological theories of gender relations and migration that consider ongoing transnationalization processes, at the beginning of the third millennium.
These include intersectionality, queer studies, social inequality theory and the theory of transnational migration and citizenship; all Author: Anna Amelina. Intersectionality can be used to analyse whether migration leads to changes in gender relations. This book finds out how migrants from a peri-urban neighbourhood on the outskirts of Cochabamba, Bolivia, make sense of the migration journeys they have undertaken.
Migration is. 2. Engendering Migration Studies: The Case of New Immigrants in the United States Patricia R. Pessar 3. Strategic Instantiations of Gendering in the Global Economy Saskia Sassen PART TWO: GENDER AND EMPLOYMENT 4.
The Global Context of Gendered Labor Migration From the Philippines to the United States James A. Tyner 5. Gender and International Migration is a tour de force and indispensable reading for anyone interested in gender and migration.” —SUSAN ECKSTEIN, professor of sociology and international relations, Boston University “This important book shows that critical theory, culture history, and quantitative data need not make an impossible : Globally, the landscape of international migration has become increasingly diversified as a result of broader changes in the global economy in addition to policy shifts in recent years.
Over the last 30 years, Asia has been a region of movement and migration whether first to the Gulf countries in the s or to the booming Asian tiger economies in the late s. Within studies of migration, labor, and gender, McDowell’s book is an important contribution to the literature on international migration.
It offers a detailed historical examination of migrant women in the United Kingdom and is a rich example of how a critical feminist approach can allow us to investigate the marginalization of migrants and. Migration and Gender: A Review of Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West (Penguin, ) May 3, - By Amal Zaman.
Responding to the shocking reality of the recent US election, Aleksandar Hemon wrote in the Village Voice, “For me, the symptom of that experience is a constant traumatic alertness, a terrible, exhausting need to pay attention to everything and everybody and not succumb to the.
This book examines the migration of women as gendered subjects to, within and from Turkey using intersectional feminist research practices to explore a range of diverse experiences; those of refugees and victims of human trafficking, as well as voluntary and labor migrants.
This open access book analyses migration and its relation to socio-political transformation in Switzerland. It addresses how migration has made new forms of life possible and shows how this process generated gender innovation in different fields: the changing division of work, the establishment of a nursery infrastructure, access to higher education for women, and the struggle for female : Palgrave Pivot.This open access book analyses migration and its relation to socio-political transformation in Switzerland.
It addresses how migration has made new forms of life possible and shows how this process generated gender innovation in different fields: the changing division of work, the establishment of a nursery infrastructure, access to higher education for women, and the struggle for female suffrage.
On the Shoulders of Grandmothers: Gender, Migration, and Post-Soviet Nation-State Building. New York: Routledge. ix, pp. $ In her book, Solari sets out to explain certain characteristics of the recent labor migration from Ukraine through the nexus of gender, nation-state building, globalization, and the transition to post-Soviet Author: Alexander Tymczuk.