Gender, Generations and the Family in International Migration.
By: Kraler, Albert.
Contributor(s): Kofman, Eleonore | Kohli, Martin | Schmoll, Camille.Material type: BookSeries: IMISCOE research: Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2012Description: 1 online resource (402 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9048513618; 9089642854; 9789048513611; 9789089642851.Subject(s): 2000-2099 | Emigration and immigration -- Government policy -- 21st century | Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects -- 21st century | Immigrant families -- Social aspects -- 21st century | Immigrant families -- Social aspects -- Europe -- 21st century | Immigrant families -- Europe | Immigrants -- Family relationships -- Europe | Minority families -- Europe | Political institutions and public administration (General) | Sociology (General) | Transnationalism -- Government policy -- 21st century | Transnationalism -- Government policy -- Europe -- 21st century | Emigration and immigration -- Government policy | Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects | Immigrant families | Immigrants -- Family relationships | Minority families | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Comparative Politics | Politics and government | Public administration | Society and social sciences | Sociology and anthropology | Sociology | EuropeGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 304.8 Online resources: Digital version
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Gender, Generations and the Family in International Migration; Table of contents; Preface; 1 Introduction Issues and debates on family-related migration and the migrant family: A European perspective; Section I The family as a moral and social order; 2 Sex and the regulation of belonging:Dutch family migration policies in the contextof changing family norms; 3 Marriages, arranged and forced: The UK debate; 4 Filial obligations among immigrants and native Dutch: A comparison of perceptions and behaviour among ethnic groups and generations.
14 Gender and intergenerational issues in the circulation of highly skilled migrants:The case of Indian IT professionals15 Negotiating transnational caring practices among migrant families; List of contributors; Index; Other IMISCOE titles.
5 Social construction of neglect: The case of unaccompanied minors from Morocco to SpainSection II Gender, generation and work in the migrant family; 6 The problem of 'human capital':Gender, place and immigrant household strategies of reskilling in Vancouver; 7 The transmission of labour commitment within families of migrant entrepreneurs in France and Spain; 8 Spousal reunification among recent immigrants in Spain: Links with undocumented migration and the labour market; Section III Marriage migration and gender relations.
9 Cross-border marriage as a migration strategy:Thai women in the Netherlands10 Marriage across space and time among male migrants from Cameroon to Germany; 11 'He's the Swiss citizen, I'm the foreign spouse':Binational marriages and the impact of family-related migration policies on gender relations; Section IV Transnational family lives and practices; 12 Transnational family life and female migrationin Italy: One or multiple patterns?; 13 Civic stratification, stratified reproduction and family solidarity: Strategies of Latino families in Milan.
Family-related migration is moving to the centre of political debates on migration, integration and multiculturalism in Europe. It is also more and more leading to lively academic interest in the family dimensions of international migration. At the same time, strands of research on family migrations and migrant families remain separate from - and sometimes ignorant of - each other. This volume seeks to bridge the disciplinary divides. Fifteen chapters come up with a number of common themes. Collectively, the authors address the need to better understand the diversity of family-related migratio.
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