5 edition of Women in Global Migration, 1945-2000 found in the catalog.
March 30, 2001
by Greenwood Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||552|
WIMN envisions a world where women in migration claim their universal human rights, and act as agents of change in shaping a just and equitable world. We understand that migration impacts women who move within and across borders as well as women . For the past 40 years, global migration has been on the rise. Recent studies suggest that international migration doubled between and , from 55 to million (Martin and Zurcher ).Between and , migration to the United States accounted for over 30% of population growth and almost 50% of labor force growth.
However, in an effort to correct the "invisibility" of women in migration theory, there is a chance that researchers will begin to over-emphasize the migration experience of women, paying less attention to that of men. This would inadvertently undermine the gendered view of migration that helps explain the experiences of both males and females. Women in Migration Network - WIMN. 2, likes 7 talking about this. Conducting Joint Campaigns and Making Migrant Women Visible in International Policy-Making ArenasFollowers: K.
Ehrenreich and Hochschild, Global Woman. ↑ Petrozziello, “Gender on the Move: Working on the Migration-Development Nexus from a Gender Perspective,” ↑ Ehrenreich and Hochschild, Global Woman, ↑ Cynthia H. Enloe, “‘Women’s Labor Is Never Cheap. Capita Growth via National Economic Growth and Migration. Global Migration Flows and Income Differentials. Fig. Scott Albrecht and Roberto Patricio Korzeniewicz. Distance, GDPPCsending and the Size of the Migrant Stock. Global Migration Flows and Income Differentials. Fig. Franz Clément. Flow of crossborder workers in the Greater.
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Women in Global Migration, A Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in Women's Studies). With large numbers of people migrating to Women in Global Migration countries after World War II, scholarship has focused on the status, problems, and successes of women immigrants since This bibliography is an international compilation which reveals the breadth of work on feminist immigration issues.
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 Filipina by: It therefore stands to make a significant contribution to research into women's lives, citizenship studies, global migration, Jewish and national identity and women's art in contemporary Israel.
The book is divided into sections, each of which aims a spotlight on women artists belonging to a distinct groups of immigrants-the former Soviet Union, Ethiopia, and the Philippines-and shows how their artwork Cited by: 1. In all of these investigations, women are found using migration and international relationships as an avenue to escape the oppressive nature of their own cultures and economies.
It should be of no surprise to social scientists that women are using international migration in the current global world/5(40). The book, therefore, is a necessary reading for all those concerned: academicians, researchers, policy makers and activists.
Series editor as well as the volume editors deserves congratulation on bringing out the indispensable volume/s on the subject of gender and : Paperback. Women in Migration. Version for input in the third thematic consultations on the Global Compact on Migration.
Geneva, th. and th. June A. Introduction There is always a gender dimension in migration. The 1945-2000 book of goes Women in Migration beyond “migrant women” to explore the realities of women affected by migration in all.
The international migration of women / editors, Andrew R. Morrison, Maurice Schiff and Mirja Sjöblom. This resulted in the creation of the Global Forum on Migration and Development, an informal, voluntary, state-led forum for the discussion of migration and development issues.
The forum first met in Brussels of this book. The File Size: 1MB. These global trends indicate new developments in terms of the scale of international migration and entry of women into migration streams that used to be dominated by men (i.
women as independent migrants and main income earners) (UN World Survey ).File Size: KB. Scholars have declared feminization to be a core dimension of the new age of international migration.
This article sketches a more nuanced understanding, noting that an uptick in female migration occurred far earlier. The authors examine global historical patterns of female migration in order to understand the causes and consequences of the migration gender balance, which varies considerably.
‘This book is a tour de force. Professor Martin combines a mastery of the complex history of international migration and its management with an impressive, indeed encyclopedic, knowledge of contemporary migration and migration policy. International Migration is the definitive study of the topic.’ Randall Hansen - University of TorontoCited by: Global Woman: Nannies, Maids, and Sex Workers in the New Economy - Barbara Ehrenreich, Arlie Russell Hochschild - Google Books.
In a remarkable pairing, two renowned social critics offer a groundbreaking anthology that examines the unexplored consequences of globalization on the lives of women worldwide. Women are moving around the globe as never before/5(2).
Thus, migration issues must be addressed through global economic policies that enhance sustainable development and job creation, especially in the global South, and make migration a choice rather than a necessity.
Women are 49% of the total population of international migrants estimated at. This book shines a light on the issues of governance, rights and the injustices that are meted out to an ever growing and vulnerable sector of the global migrant community – women.
Whilst much of the current literature continues to focus on the issues of remittances and brain drain, there has been. Migrant women at work in the "Hopeful Hands" sewing factory started by two Iraqi women in Canada. Since the earliest times, humanity has been on the move.
IOM’s Global Migration Data. Cosmopolitan Sex Workers is a groundbreaking look into the phenomenon of non-trafficked women who migrate from one global city to another to perform paid sexual labor in Southeast Asia.
Through a new, innovative framework, Christine B.N. Chin shows that as neoliberal economic restructuring processes create pathways connecting major cities throughout the world, competition/5.
Global Migration () Migration patterns changed dramatically throughout this period, and the numbers of migrants increased significantly. These changes were closely connected to the development of transoceanic empires and a global capitalist economy.
In those countries, women often outnumber men among international migrants. In the developing world, the 32 million female migrants present in were still outnumbered by their male counterparts, but not by much.
Clearly, female migration is a key constituent of global migration. Sources. United Nations. International Migration Report. Indemographers at the U.S. Department of Labor published data showing more women than men among U.S. immigrants. Appearing in the first special issue devoted to research on immigrant women in the flagship journal,International Migration Review,the authors documented a female majority of percent among recent immigrants to the United States.
In the Philippines, a dramatic increase in labor migration has created a large population of transnational migrant families. Thousands of children now grow up apart from one or both parents, as the parents are forced to work outside the country in order to send their children to school, give them access to quality health care, or, in some cases, just provide them with enough food.
Around the world, more people are on the move than ever before. Many of them are seeking new opportunities and a better life for themselves and their families. Others are forced to move due to disaster or conflict. Gender is central to any discussion of the causes and consequences of migration, whether forced, voluntary or somewhere in between.Human migration is the movement of people from one place to another with the intentions of settling, permanently or temporarily, at a new location (geographic region).
The movement is often over long distances and from one country to another, but internal migration is also possible; indeed, this is the dominant form globally.
People may migrate as individuals, in family units or in large groups.Find this book: How and why do women migrate across borders for sex work? Christine B. N. Chin’s Cosmopolitan Sex Workers is a fascinating in-depth account of women’s voluntary migration to the “global city” of Kuala Lumpur for paid sex work.
Unlike much other work on migrant sex workers, Chin’s book focuses on non-trafficked women.