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Mobile Childhoods in Filipino Transnational Families : Migrant Children with Similar Roots in Different Routes

By: Nagasaka, Itaru.
Contributor(s): Fresnoza-Flot, Asuncion.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship: Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: 1 online resource (287 p.).ISBN: 9781137515148.Subject(s): Filipinos -- Cultural assimilation | Filipinos -- Social conditions | Immigrant children -- Social conditions | Immigrants -- Social conditions | Philippines -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects | TransnationalismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Mobile Childhoods in Filipino Transnational Families : Migrant Children with Similar Roots in Different RoutesDDC classification: 305.23089/9921 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Contributors -- 1 Introduction -- Part I: Understanding Childhoods and Mobilities -- 2 Conceptualizing Childhoods in Transnational Families: The 'Mobile Childhoods' Lens -- 3 Migration Trends of Filipino Children -- Part II: Family and Social Relationships in Their Temporality -- 4 Migration, Familial Challenges, and Scholastic Success: Mobilities Experiences of 1.5-Generation Filipinos in France -- 5 Immigrating into a Segregated Social Space: The Case of 1.5-Generation Filipinos in Italy
6 Japan as a Land of Settlement or a Stepping Stone for 1.5-Generation Filipinos -- Part III: Sense-Making and Self-(Re)Constructions -- 7 Identity Construction of Migrant Children and Representation of the Family: The 1.5-Generation Filipino Youth in California, USA -- 8 Children on the Move: 1.5-Generation Filipinos in Australia Across the Generations -- 9 When Mobile Motherhoods and Mobile Childhoods Converge: The Case of Filipino Youth and Their Transmigrant Mothers in Toronto, Canada -- 10 Suspended Mobilities: Japanese Filipino Children, Family Regimes, and Postcolonial Plurality
11 Conclusion: Children in Family Migration, Family in Children's Migration -- Index
Summary: Mobile Childhoods in Filipino Transnational Families focuses on the lived experiences of '1.5-generation' migrants with similar 'roots' (the Philippines), traversing different 'routes' (receiving countries). By shedding light on the diversified paths of their migratory lives, it revisits the relationships between mobility, sociality and identity.
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Cover -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Contributors -- 1 Introduction -- Part I: Understanding Childhoods and Mobilities -- 2 Conceptualizing Childhoods in Transnational Families: The 'Mobile Childhoods' Lens -- 3 Migration Trends of Filipino Children -- Part II: Family and Social Relationships in Their Temporality -- 4 Migration, Familial Challenges, and Scholastic Success: Mobilities Experiences of 1.5-Generation Filipinos in France -- 5 Immigrating into a Segregated Social Space: The Case of 1.5-Generation Filipinos in Italy

6 Japan as a Land of Settlement or a Stepping Stone for 1.5-Generation Filipinos -- Part III: Sense-Making and Self-(Re)Constructions -- 7 Identity Construction of Migrant Children and Representation of the Family: The 1.5-Generation Filipino Youth in California, USA -- 8 Children on the Move: 1.5-Generation Filipinos in Australia Across the Generations -- 9 When Mobile Motherhoods and Mobile Childhoods Converge: The Case of Filipino Youth and Their Transmigrant Mothers in Toronto, Canada -- 10 Suspended Mobilities: Japanese Filipino Children, Family Regimes, and Postcolonial Plurality

11 Conclusion: Children in Family Migration, Family in Children's Migration -- Index

Mobile Childhoods in Filipino Transnational Families focuses on the lived experiences of '1.5-generation' migrants with similar 'roots' (the Philippines), traversing different 'routes' (receiving countries). By shedding light on the diversified paths of their migratory lives, it revisits the relationships between mobility, sociality and identity.

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Itaru Nagasaka, Hiroshima University, Japan Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium Megumi Hara, Osaka University, Japan Chiho Ogaya, Ferris University, Japan Raul Pertierra, Philippine Women's University, the Philippines Koki Seki, Hiroshima University, Japan Nobue Suzuki, Chiba University, Japan Sachi Takahata, University of Shizuoka, Japan

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