7 edition of Migrant women and work found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||editor, Anuja Agrawal|
|Series||Women and migration in Asia -- v. 4|
|Contributions||Agrawal, Anuja, 1968-|
|LC Classifications||HD6181.85 .E97 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|ISBN 10||0761934561, 076193457X, 8178296063, 8178296071|
|LC Control Number||2006001094|
These women are not only investing in themselves and their families—they are building transnational communities through formal participation in NGOs and informal networks of migrant workers. In great detail, Hamal Gurung documents Nepali migrant women’s lives, making visible the profound and far-reaching effects of their civic, economic. Everyday Conversions: Islam, Domestic Work and South Asian Migrant Women in Kuwait. Attiya Ahmad. Duke University Press, Find this book: The topic of religious conversion often serves as a proxy for various political preoccupations and as an entry point into larger questions of identity and belonging on both local and global scales.
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The focus of this book on women migrants from different coutries in South and Southeast Asia. It examines the experiences of women who have found work in either unskilled or skilled employment, as domestic workers, doctors, nurses, workers in the entertainment or sex industries or in other capacities.
The focus of this book on women migrants from different coutries in South and Southeast Asia. It examines the experiences of women who have found work in either unskilled or skilled employment, as domestic workers, doctors, nurses, workers in the entertainment or sex industries or in other : Paperback.
Get this from a library. Migrant women and work. [Anuja Agrawal;] -- Papers presented at the International Conference on Women and Migration in Asia, held at New Delhi in December 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.
Servants of Globalization is a poignant and often troubling study of migrant Filipina domestic workers who leave their own families behind to do the mothering and caretaking work of the global economy in countries throughout the world.
It specifically focuses on the emergence of parallel lives among such workers in the cities of Rome and Los Angeles, two main destinations for Cited by: Migrant Women's Voices is an autobiography of the post-war period as Britain became a multi-cultural society and waged work the norm for most women.
McDowell illustrates the shift in migration patterns as post-imperial migrants to the UK replaced the immediate post-war pattern Migrant women and work book migrants from war-torn Europe and who were then themselves joined.
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.
Based on interviews with immigrant, migrant and racialized sex workers in Vancouver, Canada and Melbourne, Australia, Sex Work, Immigration and Social Difference challenges the ‘migrant sex worker’ category by investigating the experiences of women who are often assumed to be ‘migrant sex workers’ in Australia and Canada.
Servants of Globalization offers a groundbreaking study of migrant Filipino domestic workers who leave their own families behind to do the caretaking work of the global economy. Since its initial publication, the book has informed countless students and scholars and set the research agenda on labor migration and transnational families.
With this second edition, Rhacel Salazar. This insightful book ventures into a part of the global economy rarely witnessed by Western observers. Based on unique empirical research, it provides the reader with a gendered account of the role of women migrant workers in Thailand's factories and interrogates the ways in which they manage their families and their s: 1.
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.
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The book, Migrant Women's Voices: talking about life and work in the UK sinceis based on oral histories from face-to-face interviews. They describe their journeys, their lives after migration, and the world of work in factories, hospitals and care homes, banks, hotels, shops, universities or driving buses.
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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.
Migrant is the story of a young girl named Anna, whose Mennonite family migrates from Mexico to Canada to work as seasonal labourers. As the afterword explains, many Mennonites moved from Canada to Mexico in the s in order to retreat from /5. 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 Author: Rachel Lopez.
"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.
Many young Chinese women from rural areas are sent to work at factories in China's cities, where they face poor working conditions, strict regulations, low wages, and non-payments of their salaries.
As Chinese laws mandate that factories must provide their women migrant workers with food and shelter, these women workers become entirely dependent on their employers for. The situation of migrant women in China is illuminated in Leslie T. Chang's book, "Factory Girls".
W4 interviews the author on her work to spotlight women's stories in the context of China's rural-urban migration. Women migrant workers.
According to the International Labour Organization, 48 per cent of all international migrants are women and they are increasingly migrating for work purposes.
In Europe alone there are 3 million women migrant workers. The s and s have seen an increase in women migrant labourers in France and Belgium.Why are domestic workers converting to Islam in the Arabian Peninsula and Persian Gulf region? In Everyday Conversions Attiya Ahmad presents us with an original analysis of this phenomenon.
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 Author: Attiya Ahmad.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.