6 edition of Migrant Women found in the catalog.
July 1, 1996
by Berg Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
Jeanine Cummins’ book morphs quickly into a harrowing migrant’s tale, charting Lydia and Luca’s perilous journey from Acapulco to the United States. Women are raped, and raped again. Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship is a timely and very important contribution to debates on citizenship, multiculturalism and diversity. The book's strength lies in the consequential entanglement of individual insights with her analysis of the politics of multiculturalism.
But those women who attempt to leave their native countries often face certain violence at home. The promise of the migrant trail beckons, even with its perils: Border crossing guides — otherwise known as coyotes — might make their help conditional on sexual favors. Women generally are outnumbered by men and are at risk of assault and rape. Overall, the vivid and deeply personal accounts of migrant women's experiences, perceptions, and agency as workers in British society make this book both a valuable contribution to migration research and an enjoyable reading. It will undoubtedly appeal to researchers and students and to the general public it : Karen Fog Olwig.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes Introduction / Gina Buijs -- The gendered dynamics of Quechua colonisation: relations of centre and periphery in Peru / Sarah Lund Skar -- Reconstructing life: Chilean refugee women and the dilemmas of exile / Marita Eastmond -- Defining gender in a second exile: Palestinian women in West Berlin / Dima Abdulrahim -- Patterns of adaptations Pages: Book Description Bison Books 3/1/, Hardback or Cased Book. Condition: New. The Mayans Among Us: Migrant Women and Meatpacking on the Great Plains. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller/5(12).
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The book is significant as it not only breaks the silence on the critical issue of women in migration and its complexities, but also captures its multilayered multiplicity in the era of book underlines the centrality of women in both international and intra-national migration, the ramifications of which has serious economic, political and socio-cultural implications in a.
The book also proposes realistic and original solutions to the problem of the unjust treatment of women migrant workers, such as social security systems that are transnational and tailored to meet the particular needs of different groups of international migrant : Hardcover.
Migrant Woman magazine is an online publication, producing a quality and content-rich for and about migrant women. The mission is to feature appealing stories of interest that will inspire and empower an often overlooked growing demographic, with high aspirations, expectations, and achievements.
Migrant Women of Johannesburg: Everyday Life in an In-Between City (Africa Connects) th Edition by C. Kihato (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is Migrant Women book important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version Migrant Women book edition of a book.
Format: Hardcover. Women Migrant Workers: Ethical, Political and Legal Problems edited by Zahra Meghani, Routledge, Reviewed by Allison J. Petrozziello Zahra Meghani’s edited volume, Women Migrant Workers, makes a solid and timely contribution to current debates on migration and development, by bringing to the fore the ethical, political, and legal challenges facing governments responsible for.
Inspired Migrant Women in Ireland is the brainchild of Carol Azams, a successful business woman, community organiser and author who has been living in Ireland for more than 15 years. Conceived as a platform to showcase the “personalities” of migrant women from different backgrounds, the book is both a chance for contributors to share opinions on life in Ireland and an opportunity to.
For a long time, scholars of immigration have accepted that as migrant women begin to earn wages and assimilate “egalitarian” US norms, they start demanding equality in the home. My book, Undocumented Politics: Place, Gender, and the Pathways of Mexican Migrants, reveals a more complex relationship between migration and gender equity.
This upcoming book is the profiling of over 50 Inspired Migrant Women from all walks of life and from different cultural backgrounds who share their innermost feelings about life in Ireland, what they miss most about their own countries that they left behind, including their challenges not just as migrants but as women in general and also their take on Irish life and about living in Ireland.
Between and the new century millions of women, including mothers and migrants, joined the labour force. These changes are brought to life through the stories of migrant women, working in factories and hospitals, banks, care homes, shops and universities over a period of 60 t Women's Voices is an autobiography of the post-war period as Britain became a multi-cultural society.
Using extensive fieldwork conducted among South Asian migrant women in Kuwait, Ahmad argues domestic workers' Muslim belonging emerges from their work in Kuwaiti households as they develop Islamic piety in relation-but not opposition-to their existing religious practices, family ties, and ethnic and national : Attiya Ahmad.
In “Migrant Women of Johannesburg: Everyday Life in an in-Between City” Kihato revisits the issue of migration and urbanization with a 21 st century lens. The book is a creative.
The Queensland Migrant Business Women’s Summit (QMBWS), slated for 1 Aprilis the inaugural event whose purpose is to highlight migrant women living in Queensland by showcasing their stories of success and how they have overcome challenges they have faced as migrants in their chosen field or area of expertise.
Despite legislative guarantees of equality, immigrant women in Canada often experience many forms of prejudice in their everyday lives. Racialized Migrant Women in Canada delves into the public and private spheres of several distinct communities in order to expose the underlying inequalities within Canada's economic, social, legal, and political systems that frequently result in the denial of.
In this book, migrant women are moving from being an object to being the subject of their own stories of migration and integration. Migrating to a new country can be a defining moment of a person Author: Teresa Buczkowska. The book contextualizes agency and rights in the workers' capability to secure a livelihood in the global political economy and is instrumental in making the problem of migrant women workers' empowerment both a migration and development : Leah Briones.
The book contextualizes agency and rights in the workers' capability to secure a livelihood in the global political economy and is instrumental in making the problem of migrant women workers' empowerment both a migration and development agenda.
"Nepali Migrant Women is a valuable addition to the scholarship on migration and labor, gender and power, and internationalism and offers new insights into the unique intersections of the unregulated economy for women working for co-ethnic employers."—Journal of Anthropological Research.
With their e-book Food Memories of Migrant Women, Mumbai Mobile Creches (MMC) aims to capture the cultural multiplicity and the migrant perspective, through the documentation of several regional recipes from across : Suryasarathi Bhattacharya.
Mumbaiwale: A free recipe book by migrant women workers in Mumbai has a flavour of far away The e-book Food Memories of Migrant Women, published by Mumbai Mobile Crèches records what women Author: Rachel Lopez. Migrant Women at the Gothenburg Book Fair.
The Gothenburg Book fair is the biggest meeting place for the book trade in the Nordic countries. Being arranged purely as a trade fair for librarians and the publishing trade as a whole, the first fair was held in and had 5, visitors.
Book description: Based on the oral histories of eighty migrant women and thirty additional interviews with ‘native’ women in the ‘receiving’ countries, this volume documents the contemporary phenomenon of the feminisation of migration through an exploration of the Pages: book selections + tote + print quarterly journal + digital quarterly almost as the two women experienced it.
the “Migrant Mother” photograph only appeared in later editions of the. Meanwhile, number of women migrant workers committing suicide is on the increase. Abuses of women migrant workers are more intensified when their immigration status is irregular.
They are often denied the most basic labour protections, personal security, due process guarantees, health care and, education for their children.