The Politics of Women and Migration in the Global South.

By: Tittensor, DavidContributor(s): Mansouri, FethiMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (138 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137587992Subject(s): Asia-Politics and governmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Politics of Women and Migration in the Global SouthDDC classification: 304.8 LOC classification: JA1-92Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents -- Contributors -- List of Figures -- Chapter 1: Introducing and Contextualising Feminised Migration -- Book Structure -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 2: The Feminisation of Migration? A Critical Overview -- Drivers of Female Migration -- Women Migrants Between Agency and Vulnerability -- Indonesia: Women as Remittance Heroes and Victims of Abuse -- Mexico and Its (Forgotten) Remittance Heroes and Internal Migratory Victims -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3: Gender and Migration Policies in Asia -- Introduction -- De-feminisation of Migration in Asia? -- State Policies for International Female Migration in Asia: Migrant-Receiving States -- Migrant Women and Economic Development -- International Female Migration as a Solution to Population Aging -- Domestic Workers as Conspicuous Consumption -- The State Dilemma: The Role of Foreign Domestic Workers in Nation Building -- Gender-Differentiated Emigration Policies: Cases of Migrant-Sending States -- The Mobility Restrictions on Women -- The Symbolic Gender Politics and State Paternalism -- Towards Global Governance of International Female Migration: The Global Alliance to Protect Domestic Workers -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4: Indonesian Maids in the Arab World: Hopes, Dreams, and Disillusionment -- Introduction -- Indonesian Maids in the Middle East -- The Women of Cianjur -- The Maids' Dilemma -- Agency, Empowerment, and Well-Being Amongst Maids -- References -- Chapter 5: Masculinisation or Feminisation? Lebanese Emigration and the Dynamics of Arranged Cousin Marriages in Australia -- Introduction -- Changing Migration Policy -- Re-negotiating Marriage Between Hadchit and Sydney -- Implications for Cousin Marriage -- Conclusion: Masculinisation or Feminisation? -- Notes -- References.
Chapter 6: Women at Risk and Their Right to Asylum in Australia -- Introduction -- Responsibility to Protect -- Why Do Forcibly Displaced Women and Children Face Acute Vulnerability? -- Pervasive Gender Inequality -- Violence Against Women -- What Limits Women's Opportunities for Protection? -- Myanmar -- Syrian Arab Republic -- Australia's Responsibility to Protect Women from Extreme Vulnerability -- Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Chapter 7: Who Cares? The Unintended Consequences of Policy for Migrant Families -- Introduction -- The Centrality of Caregiving in Global Migration: The Need for an Ethics of Care -- Migration Policy and Carer Mobility: Challenges for Australia -- Mobility, Care and Policy Gaps -- The Portability of Care -- Transnational Social Policy -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- Index.
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Contents -- Contributors -- List of Figures -- Chapter 1: Introducing and Contextualising Feminised Migration -- Book Structure -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 2: The Feminisation of Migration? A Critical Overview -- Drivers of Female Migration -- Women Migrants Between Agency and Vulnerability -- Indonesia: Women as Remittance Heroes and Victims of Abuse -- Mexico and Its (Forgotten) Remittance Heroes and Internal Migratory Victims -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3: Gender and Migration Policies in Asia -- Introduction -- De-feminisation of Migration in Asia? -- State Policies for International Female Migration in Asia: Migrant-Receiving States -- Migrant Women and Economic Development -- International Female Migration as a Solution to Population Aging -- Domestic Workers as Conspicuous Consumption -- The State Dilemma: The Role of Foreign Domestic Workers in Nation Building -- Gender-Differentiated Emigration Policies: Cases of Migrant-Sending States -- The Mobility Restrictions on Women -- The Symbolic Gender Politics and State Paternalism -- Towards Global Governance of International Female Migration: The Global Alliance to Protect Domestic Workers -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4: Indonesian Maids in the Arab World: Hopes, Dreams, and Disillusionment -- Introduction -- Indonesian Maids in the Middle East -- The Women of Cianjur -- The Maids' Dilemma -- Agency, Empowerment, and Well-Being Amongst Maids -- References -- Chapter 5: Masculinisation or Feminisation? Lebanese Emigration and the Dynamics of Arranged Cousin Marriages in Australia -- Introduction -- Changing Migration Policy -- Re-negotiating Marriage Between Hadchit and Sydney -- Implications for Cousin Marriage -- Conclusion: Masculinisation or Feminisation? -- Notes -- References.

Chapter 6: Women at Risk and Their Right to Asylum in Australia -- Introduction -- Responsibility to Protect -- Why Do Forcibly Displaced Women and Children Face Acute Vulnerability? -- Pervasive Gender Inequality -- Violence Against Women -- What Limits Women's Opportunities for Protection? -- Myanmar -- Syrian Arab Republic -- Australia's Responsibility to Protect Women from Extreme Vulnerability -- Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Chapter 7: Who Cares? The Unintended Consequences of Policy for Migrant Families -- Introduction -- The Centrality of Caregiving in Global Migration: The Need for an Ethics of Care -- Migration Policy and Carer Mobility: Challenges for Australia -- Mobility, Care and Policy Gaps -- The Portability of Care -- Transnational Social Policy -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- Index.

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