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Migration, Gender and Care Economy

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This volume closely analyses women's role and experiences in migration (internal and international) and its interlinkages with the care economy in their functions as nurses and paid domestic workers as well as unpaid carers. Bringing together case studies from across India and other parts of the world, the essays in the volume capture the characteristics and specificities of female migration in different settings - be it for economic, associational, or as left-behind members. The book also looks at gender specific discriminations and vulnerabilities along with the empowering aspects of migration. This volume will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of migration, gender studies, sociology and social anthropology, development studies, demography and economics.

Author Biography

S. Irudaya Rajan is Professor at the Centre for Development Studies (CDS), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. He has coordinated seven large-scale migration surveys in Kerala since 1998 (with Professor K. C. Zachariah), Goa Migration Survey 2008, Tamil Nadu Migration Survey 2015 and was instrumental in conducting the Punjab Migration Survey 2009 and Gujarat Migration Survey 2011. He has published extensively in national and international journals on social, economic, demographic and political implications on international migration, and also acted as Chair of the Research Unit on International Migration (RUIM) during 2006-16. He is the Editor of the annual series India Migration Report and Editor-in-chief of Migration and Development. N. Neetha is Senior Fellow (Professor) and Deputy Director at the Centre for Women's Development Studies (CWDS), New Delhi, India. Prior to this, she was Associate Fellow and Coordinator at the Centre for Gender and Labour, V.V. Giri National Labour Institute, Noida, India. Her broad research interests include labour, employment and migration issues faced by women. Her current research work focuses on the changing dimensions of women's employment, gender statistics, and the social, political and economic dimensions of care work (paid as well as unpaid). She has been engaged in a large-scale study on female migration and is one of the lead authors of the chapter on Pluralising Family of the International Panel on Social Progress Report. She has published in several journals and books.
Release date Australia
October 19th, 2018
Contributors
Edited by N. Neetha Edited by S Irudaya Rajan
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
3 Line drawings, black and white; 7 Tables, black and white; 3 Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Routledge India
Pages
224
ISBN-13
9781138063679
Product ID
28247159

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