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Migration and Gender in the Developed World

Edited by Paul Boyle, Keith Halfacree

Routledge – 2004 – 344 pages

Series: Routledge Research in Population and Migration

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    978-0-415-17144-1
    September 2nd 1999

Description

The subject of migration has traditionally been analysed through the lens of economic factors. The importance of adopting a gender sensitive perspective to academic work is now generally appreciated. Migration and Gender in the Developed World contains chapters from a diverse range of leading contributors who apply such a perspective to the study of migration in the countries of the developed world. Each chapter demonstrates how migration is highly gendered, with the experiences of women and men often varying markedly in different migration situations. The volume covers a wide range of migration issues and draws out the importance of gender issues in each area, including: dual career households regional migration patterns emigration from Ireland and Hong Kong elderly migration the migration decision-making process and the costs and benefits attached to migration Approaching the subject from a variety of academic traditions including Geography, Sociology and Social Policy, the volume combines both quantitative analysis of factual data and qualitative analysis of interview material to demonstrate the importance of studying migration through gender sensitive ey

Name: Migration and Gender in the Developed World (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Paul Boyle, Keith Halfacree. The subject of migration has traditionally been analysed through the lens of economic factors. The importance of adopting a gender sensitive perspective to academic work is now generally appreciated. Migration and Gender in the Developed World contains...
Categories: Gender Studies, Social Geography, Environmental Geography