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Migrant women transforming citizenship

Umut Erel

Migrant women transforming citizenship

life stories from Britain and Germany

by Umut Erel

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Published by Ashgate Pub. in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women immigrants -- Great Britain -- Case studies,
  • Women immigrants -- Germany -- Case studies,
  • Citizenship -- Great Britain -- Case studies,
  • Citizenship -- Germany -- Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Umut Erel.
    GenreCase studies
    SeriesStudies in migration and diaspora
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJV7684 .E74 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23149830M
    ISBN 109780754674948
    LC Control Number2008053688

    Negotiating Citizenship explores the growing inequalities associated with nation-based citizenship from the perspective of migrant women workers who have made their way from impoverished Third World countries to work in Canada in the caregiving industries of domestic service and nursing. The study. Through tailored laws governing citizenship, residency visas, and work permits, the South Korean government dictates different possibilities for work and family for these women. Still, a fundamental goal of this book is to show that within the larger context of bureaucratic control of public and private lives, migrants actively adapt to and.

    Request PDF | Migrant mothers, home and emotional capital – hidden citizenship practices | This paper is based on a set of qualitative studies in Vancouver, Canada, that investigated how Author: Isabel Dyck. Decentering Citizenship follows three groups of Filipina migrants' struggles to belong in South Korea: factory workers claiming rights as workers, wives of South Korean men claiming rights as mothers, and hostesses at American military clubs who are excluded from claims—unless they claim to be victims of trafficking. Moving beyond laws and policies, Hae Yeon Choo examines how rights are.

    Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship develops essential insights concerning the notion of transnational citizenship by means of the life stories of skilled and educated migrant women from Turkey in Germany and Britain. It interweaves and develop. tool. Migrant women are too often seen as only partially capable of being subjects of agency or citizenship (Erel ), so the conceptual tools that Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives provided were very valuable for me and, of course, for many others. One of the great qualities of the book is that it addresses citizenship.


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Critiquing dominant multiculturalist and anti-multiculturalist accounts, this book suggests how citizenship debates can be reframed to be inclusive of migrant women as actors. Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship: Life-Stories From Britain and Germany.

Immigrants & Minorities: Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship develops essential insights concerning the notion of transnational citizenship by means of the life stories of highly educated migrant women from Turkey in Author: Umut Erel.

In Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship ( on Ashgate), CCIG Fellow Dr Umut Erel develops new insights into the notion of transnational citizenship by means of the life stories of skilled and educated migrant women from Turkey in Germany and Britain.

Her book interweaves and develops theories of citizenship, identity and culture with the lived experiences of an immigrant group that has. Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship develops essential insights concerning the notion of transnational citizenship by means of the life stories of skilled and educated migrant women from Turkey in Germany and Britain.

It interweaves and develops theories of citizenship, identity and culture with the lived experiences of an immigrant group that has so far received insufficient attention.

Book Launch: The Exclusionary Politics of Asylum & Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship. Monday, 21 SeptemberErel develops a normative perspective in which migrant women are not constructed as potential danger to 'social cohesion' of the citizen body but rather as helping to transform citizenship to become more inclusive as well as.

Umut Erel's ‘Migrant women transforming citizenship’ is an in-depth exploration of the life-stories of ten migrant women ‘from Turkey’ in Germany and Britain.

Focusing on a particular group of ‘highly educated and skilled’ migrant women, the author investigates through an ‘intersectional perspective’, their multiple positions in the countries of immigration across the axes of class, gender, ethnic and other social Author: Gabriella Alberti.

in this journalAuthor: Evaggelia Kalerante. Umut Erel Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship: Life-stories from Britain and Germany. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. (incl. index). ISBN –0–––8, £ (hbk) References; Article Metrics; Related Articles; CommentsAuthor: Christina Scharff. Migrant women transforming citizenship: life stories from Britain and Germany Erel, Umut This work offers insights into the notion of transnational citizenship by means of the life stories of highly educated Turkish migrant women in Germany and Great Britain, interweaving theories of citizenship, identity and hybridity with the lived.

Umut Erel is Lecturer in Sociology at the Open University, UK. Her research interests are in gender, migration and citizenship. She has widely published on these issues in international journals and edited books, her recent publications include Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship: Lifestories from Germany and Britain ().Author: Louise Ryan.Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship develops essential insights concerning the notion of transnational citizenship by means of the life stories of skilled and educated migrant women from Turkey in Germany and Britain.

It interweaves and develops theories of citizenship, identity and culture with the lived experiences of an immigrant group that has so far received insufficient attention. By focu.How do racialized migrant mothers contest hegemonic racialized formations of citizenship? Bringing together leading scholars from international and multi-disciplinary perspectives, this book shows how migrant mothers realise and problematise their role in bringing up future citizens in modern societies, increasingly characterised by racial, ethnic, religious, cultural and social diversity.

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