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Gender & Migration (Paperback)

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The articles in this collection explore the vast array of different reasons for women and men moving within and outside their native countries, whether it be for employment, upon marriage, or in the midst of conflict.
The authors, who include Uma Kothari and Emma Crewe, Ben Rogaly and Alex Jones, stress the importance of seeing an individual migrant in her or his context as a member of a social network, spanning different locations. Understanding these links means that migration can be seen as part of a wider strategy for making a living.


Publisher Oxfam Pubns
Mfg Part# 9780855983994
SKU 202288274
Format Paperback
ISBN10 085598399X
Release Date 9/13/2010
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0072
Publisher Oxfam
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