2 edition of Family formation and gendered migrations in Bologna and Barcelona found in the catalog.
Family formation and gendered migrations in Bologna and Barcelona
Written in English
D.Phil. 2003 BLDSC DXN057368.
|Series||Sussex theses ; S 5437|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 321p. :|
|Number of Pages||321|
Family formation and gendered migrations in Bologna and Barcelona: a comparative ethnographic study Author: Zontini, Elisabetta. ISNI: Awarding Body: University Family formation and gendered migrations in Bologna and Barcelona book Sussex Current Institution: University of Sussex Date of Award: ?uin= Request PDF | Transnational families, migration and gender: Moroccan and Filipino women in Bologna and Barcelona | By linking the experiences of immigrant families with the increased reliance Family formation and gendered migrations in Bologna and Barcelona book Family formation and gendered migrations in Bologna and Barcelona.
Brighton: University of Sussex, unpublished DPhil thesis No success without struggle' revisited: West African models of Suárez-Orozco, C. Transational family separations reunifications. Paper presented at the conference “Researching transnational families, children and the migration-development nexus”, hed in Masterdam December, Zontini, E.
Family formation and gendered migrations in Bologna and Barcelona. Brighton: The double passage: Tunisian migration to the South and North of Italy - Faical Daly San Salvario, Turin: the creation of a dangerous place - John Foot Family formation in gendered migrations: Moroccan and Filipino women in Bologna - Fanily formation in gendered migrations in Southern Europe: Moroccan and Filipino women in Bologna.
In: KING, R., ed., The Mediterranean Passage: Migration and New Cultural Encounters in Southern Europe Liverpool: LUP.
Family formation in gendered migrations: Moroccan and Filipino women in Bologna - Nicola Mai Deconstructing naturalism: the racialisation of ethnic minorities in Greece - Family and gender norms in the country of origin and the political context (civil war) not only shape the composition of the migration flow but also seem related to differences in transnational family life and family formation trajectories across groups from different countries of :// Kofman, E.
Gendered migrations and the globalisation of social reproduction and care: New dialogues and directions. In M. Schrouver & E. Yeo (Eds.), Gender, migration and the public sphere. London: Routledge. Google Scholar This book brings together a variety of detailed studies recording the 'cultural encounters' of these migrants.
Most of the chapters are based on detailed research in locations such as Lisbon, the Algarve, Barcelona, Turin, Bologna, Sicily and Athens, as well as in source countries such as Morocco, Tunisia, Albania and the :// At the Intersection of Gender, Family and Generation.
In the discussion of Ukrainian migration both in scholarly texts and in public and media discourses in Ukraine and abroad, women, children and the familial sphere remain within the domain of “gendered questions”, while men and women outside families seem to be persistently untouched by the gender discussion of Ukrainian :// Kofman, E.
and Meetoo, V. “Family migrations.” in International Organization for Migration World Migration Managing Labour Mobility in the Evolving Global Economy, ch. 6, IOM Geneva. Kofman, Eleonore and Linda Peake Into the s: a gendered agenda for political geography, _Political Geography Quarterly_/ /9(4): Web view.
Kofman, E. and Meetoo, V. “Family migrations.” in International Organization for Migration World Migration Managing Labour Mobility in the Evolving Global Economy, ch. 6, IOM Geneva. Kofman, Eleonore and Linda Peake Into the s: a gendered agenda for political geography, Political Geography Quarterly/9(4): Web view.
“ Family Formation in Gendered Migration in Southern Europe Moroccan and Filipino Women in Bologna.” In The Mediterranean Passage: Migration and New Cultural Encounters in Southern Europe. King Russell, – Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, The troubled passage: migration and cultural encounters in southern Europe / Russell King --Revising migratory contexts: the Mediterranean caravanserai / Natalia Ribas-Mateos --Cultural dimensions of African immigrants in Iberian labour markets: a comparative approach / Cristóbal Mendoza --Festes, ferias and hip-hop: images of You can write a book review and share your experiences.
Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for :// Transnational Families, Migration and Gender.
Moroccan and Filipino Women in Bologna and Barcelona. Oxford: Berghahn Press. Appendix 1. Excerpt from the Aldona’s narration. It was not my choice to come here [to Belgium]. I remember his [the husband’s] sister was pregnant, they [the in-laws] told me to Zontini, E.
() ‘Family formation in gendered migrations: Moroccan and Filipina women in Bologna’ in King, R. () editor, The Mediterranean Passage: Migration and New Cultural Encounters in Southern Europe, Liverpool: Liverpool UP. Google Scholar ABSTRACT. The Albanian case represents the most dramatic instance of post‐communist migration: about one million Albanians, a quarter of the country's total population, are now living abroad, most of them in Greece and Italy, with the UK becoming increasingly popular since the late s.
This paper draws on three research projects based on fieldwork in Italy, Greece, the UK and Albania 3. Idem, Lyon et les lyonnais au XVIIIe siècle (Paris, ). Garden notes the importance of female workers in the silk industry.
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It takes a close look at migrants’ employment, housing and social exclusion in Italy, as well as the process of return migration to :// Reflects on gendered identity construction in diaspora in the age of globalization. Required reading: Elisabetta Zontini, Transnational Families, Migration and Gender: Moroccan and Filipino women in Bologna and Barcelona.
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