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by Gregory A. Kelson,Debra L. DeLaet

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Gregory A. Kelson,Debra L. DeLaet
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Gender and Immigration Hardcover – March 1, 1999. Gregory A. Kelson is Executive Director of the Institute for Women and Children's Policy, an international policymaking think-tank in Chicago.

Gender and Immigration Hardcover – March 1, 1999.

Gender and immigration. by. Kelson, Gregory . 1961-; DeLaet, Debra . 1968-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Gender and Immigration challenge Women and men migrate across international boundaries at roughly the same rate. Yet most scholarship assumes that international migration results primarily from the labor migration of male workers. When international female migration is acknowledged, the focus is almost exclusively on women in the low-wage labor sector of the global economy. Gender and Immigration challenges this outlook by examining the diverse and complex ways in which women in a variety of occupational and social categories experience international relocation. Gender Implications of Immigration: the Case of Russian-Speaking Women in Israel. Larissa I. Remennick. Social Services for Immigrant Women in European Nations; Including Lessons from the Council of Europe’s Project on Human Dignity and Social Exclusion. Brigitte H. Bechtold, Ludmila Dziewięcka-Bokun. Conclusion: Policy Considerations for the Twenty-First Century.

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Women and men migrate across international boundaries at roughly the same rate. Yet most scholarship assumes that international migration results primarily from the labor migration of male workers. When international female migration is acknowledged, the focus is almost exclusively on women in the low-wage labor sector of the global economy.

Gender and Immigration challenges this outlook by examining the diverse and complex ways in which women in a variety of occupational and social categories experience international relocation.

Written by experts and policymakers in the field, the timely essays collected here explore whether international migration provides women with opportunities for liberation from the subordinate gender roles of their countries of origin. Or, do migrant women face both traditional and new forms of subordination and discrimination in their host societies?

Exploring the experiences of a broad range of women, from "unskilled" workers on the U.S.-Mexican border and Filipino mail-order brides to Indian-American motel owners, Asian businesswomen, and Russian immigrants to Israel, Gender and Immigration offers a much-needed corrective to the long-standing invisibility of women in international migration research.