Gender and family among transnational professionals

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Routledge , New York
Working mothers -- Employment, Married women -- Employment, Work and family, Expatriation -- Psychological aspects, Employees -- Reloc
Statementedited by Anne Coles and Anne-Meike Fechter
SeriesRoutledge international studies of women and place -- 8
ContributionsColes, Anne, Fechter, Anne-Meike
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ759.48 .G467 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 243 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17243166M
ISBN 10041539600X
ISBN 139780415396004
LC Control Number2007009503

In contrast, Euro-American mobile professionals are only now becoming an emergent research topic. Similarly, debates on the connections between gender and migration rarely consider these kind of migrants.

This volume fills these gaps by investigating impact of relocation on gender and family relations among today’s transnational professionals. In contrast, Euro-American mobile professionals are only now becoming an emergent research topic. Similarly, debates on the connections between gender and migration rarely consider these kind of migrants.

This volume fills these gaps by investigating impact of relocation on gender and family relations among today’s transnational professionals. In contrast, Euro-American mobile professionals are only now becoming an emergent research topic. Similarly, debates on the connections between gender and migration rarely consider these kind of migrants.

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Coles and A.-M. Fetcher, – New York: Routledge). Google Scholar. This book deals principally with “trans-border” families, “gendered” migrations, and children on the move covered in three distinct parts. Seven chapters and a Conclusion give the reader a look at family and survival issues that Mexican migrant families face.

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and Fechter, M. (eds) Gender and Family among Transnational Professionals. Because of the United States’ rigid immigration policies, Mexican immigrants often find themselves living long distances from family members and unable to easily cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

Transnational Mexicans experience what Boehm calls “intimate migrations,” flows that both shape and are structured by gendered and familial actions. Family Practices and Transnational Families. In order to theorize this co-presence among departed and remaining transnational family members, a heuristically fertile approach involves the notion of doing family, as developed and refined by David Morgan (a, b).Morgan shows how such practices unfold, especially in the case of mutual visits of these transnational families, occasions.Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p.

) and index. Summary Chronicling the experience of young Andean families as their lives extend between the Ecuadorian highlands and New York City, this book takes an in-depth look at transnational labor migration and gender identities.Intimate Migrations: Gender, Family, and Illegality among Transnational Mexicans (Hardback) by Deborah A.

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