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    The labor of care : Filipina migrants and transnational families in the digital age

    Francisco-Menchavez, Valerie
    Urbana : University of Illinois Press
    2018
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    Titre: The labor of care : Filipina migrants and transnational families in the digital age / Valerie Francisco-Menchavez
    Auteur: Francisco-Menchavez, Valerie
    Editeur: Urbana : University of Illinois Press
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 231 p.
    Collection: Asian american experience
    Documents dans cette collection: Asian american experience
    Sujet LCSH: Digital communications -- Philippines - Internet -- Social aspects -- Philippines - Mothers -- Philippines - Transborder ethnic groups -- Philippines - Transnationalism - Women immigrants -- Philippines
    Autre sujet: Digital communications - Internet Social aspects - Mothers - Philippines - SOCIAL SCIENCE / Emigration & Immigration - SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / Asian American Studies - SOCIAL SCIENCE / Women's Studies - Transborder ethnic groups - Transnationalism - Women immigrants
    Contient: Multidirectional Care in Transnational Families -- Skype Mothers and Facebook Children -- Communities of Care -- Caring Even if It Hurts
    Description: "For generations, migration moved in one direction at a time: migrants to host countries, and money to families left behind. The Labor of Care argues that globalization has changed all that. Valerie Francisco-Menchavez spent five years alongside a group of working migrant mothers. Drawing on interviews and up-close collaboration with these women, Francisco-Menchavez looks at the sacrifices, emotional and material consequences, and recasting of roles that emerge from family separation. She pays particular attention to how technologies like Facebook, Skype, and recorded video open up transformative ways of bridging distances while still supporting traditional family dynamics. As she shows, migrants also build communities of care in their host countries. These chosen families provide an essential form of mutual support. What emerges is a fascinating portrait of today's transnational family--sundered, yet inexorably linked over the distances by timeless emotions and new forms of intimacy"-- Provided by publisher
    "The nature of transnational families is such that separated members, both abroad and home, consistently craft strategies of care through technology and multidirectional care work to cope with the difficult sacrifice of migration. This book is about the affliction of migration and globalization and the durability of families through these circumstances. It provides accounts of the impact of global care chains on the families of migrant women from the Philippines and the emergence of new forms of intimacies and care work as the women navigate and negotiate the emotional and material consequences of family separation and the resulting shifts in family gender dynamics. Drawing on extensive fieldwork, Francisco presents the self-care perspective of women of color feminism by showing the multidirectional care work that occurs with migration and investigates the changes in family that come with migration and circumstances where migrants are separated from their families because of legal or economic reasons. Anchored in the experiences and lives of Filipino migrants and their families in the Philippines, it also describes the lives of many families from the Global South who are separated from one another. Francisco highlights the way in which new technologies have become central to the reconfiguration of family and how Facebook, Skype, and recorded videos and pictures are important components in the lives of migrant mothers and their families left behind. Francisco analyzes the formation of extended communities of migrant mothers and the fictive kinships that women apart from families of origin create abroad in their mother work abroad"-- Provided by publisher
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Transnationalism
    neu-sfm Filipinos
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Social networks
    neu-sfm Family
    neu-sfm Internet
    Identifiant: 0252041720 (ISBN); 0252083342 (ISBN); 9780252041723 ((hardback)) (ISBN); 9780252083341 ((paper)) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008860776
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    Gendering nationalism : intersections of nation, gender and sexuality

    Mulholland, Jon
    Cham : Palgrave Macmillan
    2018
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    Titre: Gendering nationalism : intersections of nation, gender and sexuality / Jon Mulholland, Nicola Montagna, Erin Sanders-McDonagh eds.
    Auteur: Mulholland, Jon
    Editeur: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 388 p. : ill.
    Description: This volume offers an empirically rich, theoretically informed study of the shifting intersections of nation/alism, gender and sexuality. Challenging a scholarly legacy that has overly focused on the masculinist character of nationalism, it pays particular attention to the people and issues less commonly considered in the context of nationalist projects, namely women and sexual minorities. Bringing together both established and emerging researchers from across the globe, this multidisciplinary and comparison-rich volume provides a multi-sited exploration of the shifting contours of belonging and Otherness generated by multifarious nationalisms. The diverse, and context specific positionings of men and women, masculinities and femininities, and hegemonic and non-normative sexualities, vis-à-vis nation/alism, are illuminated through a vibrant array of contemporary theoretical lenses. These include historical and feminist institutionalism, post-colonial theory, critical race approaches, transnational and migration theory and semiotics.
    Classification: neu-sfm Nationalism
    neu-sfm Sexuality
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Sexual minorities
    neu-sfm Right-wing radicalism
    neu-sfm Nation
    Identifiant: 3319766988 (ISBN); 9783319766980 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008814512
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    Ouvrir la voix

    Gay, Amandine, 1984-
    [Issy-les-Moulineaux] : Arte Editions
    2018
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    Titre: Ouvrir la voix / un film écrit et réalisé par Amandine Gay
    Auteur: Gay, Amandine, 1984-
    Editeur: [Issy-les-Moulineaux] : Arte Editions
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 1 DVD-vidéo (ca. 194 min.)
    Sujet RERO: Histoires de vie - Noires - Africaines - Discrimination - Féminisme noir - France - Belgique - [DVD] - [Films documentaires]
    Contient: Compléments: interviews, extraits de conférences, scènes coupées (65 min.)
    Description: Ce film est une grande conversation entre vingt-quatre femmes noires de France et de Belgique. Elles partagent leurs expériences et relatent leur vie avec une acuité et une sensibilité rare. Le film aborde la question des discriminations et révèle la grande diversité au sein des communautés Afro-descendantes, qu'il s'agisse du rapport de ces femmes à la créativié, à la parentalité, à la sexualité ou à la religion. Au-delà des anecdotes personnelles se trouvent les enjeux politiques liés à leur conditon doublement minoritaire de femmes et de noires.(Couv.)
    Note: Une prod.: Bras de Fer Production, 2017 - Langue: français. Sous-titres: anglais, italien, français pour sourds et malentendants - Durée du film: ca. 129 min.
    Classification: neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Ethnic discrimination
    neu-sfm Africans
    neu-sfm France
    neu-sfm Belgium
    neu-sfm Testimonies
    neu-sfm Multiculturalism
    neu-sfm Social integration
    No RERO: R008827979
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    Prévenir l’excision à Genève : étude appréciative des projets cantonaux genevois de prévention contre les mutilations génitales féminines (2007-2009 et 2013-2015)

    Bader, Dina
    Efionayi-Mäder, Denise
    Neuchâtel : SFM, Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies
    2018
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    Titre: Prévenir l’excision à Genève : étude appréciative des projets cantonaux genevois de prévention contre les mutilations génitales féminines (2007-2009 et 2013-2015) / Dina Bader, Denise Efionayi-Mäder
    Auteur: Bader, Dina
    Contributeur: Efionayi-Mäder, Denise
    Editeur: Neuchâtel : SFM, Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 57 p. : ill.
    Collection: SFM-Studie ; 69
    Documents dans cette collection: Forschungsbericht des Schweizerischen Forums für Migrationsstudien
    Note: Bibliogr.
    Classification: neu-sfm SFM
    neu-sfm Genève
    neu-sfm Public Health
    neu-sfm Preventive medicine
    neu-sfm Reproductive health
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Sexuality
    neu-sfm Genital mutilation
    No RERO: R008898026
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008898026/html?view=NJ_V1

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    Women and borders : refugees, migrants and communities

    Shekhawat, Seema, Del Re, Emanuela C
    London : I. B. Tauris
    2018
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    Titre: Women and borders : refugees, migrants and communities / edited by Seema Shekhawat and Emanuela C. Del Re
    Auteur: Shekhawat, Seema; Del Re, Emanuela C
    Editeur: London : I. B. Tauris
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 248 p.
    Collection: International library of migration studies ; 9
    Documents dans cette collection: International library of migration studies
    Classification: neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Border controls
    neu-sfm Violence
    neu-sfm Human smuggling
    neu-sfm Sexual violence
    neu-sfm Domestic violence
    neu-sfm Human rights violations
    Identifiant: 1784539570 (ISBN); 9781784539573 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008750336
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    Professionnaliser l'activité des femmes de ménage : étude de cas d'une entreprise suisse

    Rubeli, Clémentine
    Neuchâtel : [éditeur non identifié]
    2018
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    Titre: Professionnaliser l'activité des femmes de ménage : étude de cas d'une entreprise suisse / Clémentine Rubeli
    Auteur: Rubeli, Clémentine
    Editeur: Neuchâtel : [éditeur non identifié]
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 114 p.
    Note: Mémoire de master Université de Neuchâtel, 2016
    Classification: neu-sfm Domestic workers
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Economic integration
    neu-sfm Precarious employment
    neu-sfm Enterprises
    neu-sfm Ethnic discrimination
    neu-sfm Working conditions
    neu-sfm Switzerland
    No RERO: R008780879
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008780879/html?view=NJ_V1

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    Revisiting slavery and antislavery : towards a critical analysis

    Brace, Laura
    Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan
    2018
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    Titre: Revisiting slavery and antislavery : towards a critical analysis / Laura Brace, Julia O'Connell Davidson, eds.
    Auteur: Brace, Laura
    Editeur: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 335 p.
    Sujet LCSH: Slavery
    Autre sujet: Slavery
    Contient: Past -- Slavery and the revival of anti-slavery activism -- Contextualizing slavery's wrongness -- The liberty of naming -- Historicizing freedom of movement : memory and exile in political context -- Immigration restrictions and the politics of protection -- Present -- Prison labour, slavery, and the state -- From victims of trafficking to freedom fighters : rethinking migrant domestic workers in the Middle East -- "Back home, it would have been worse anyway..." : Vietnamese wives' perspectives on their 'arranged' marriages with Chinese men -- Moral economies and child labour in artisanal gold mining in Ghana -- Revisiting the politics of antislavery -- Abolitionist anti-politics? Capitalism, coercion and the modern anti-slavery movement -- Empowering women : the contradictions of feminist governance -- Abolition terminable and interminable
    Description: Despite growing popular and policy interest in 'new' slavery, with contemporary abolitionists calling for action to free an estimated 40 million 'modern slaves', interdisciplinary and theoretical dialogue has been largely missing from scholarship on 'modern slavery'. This edited volume will provide a space to reinvigorate the theory and practice of representing slavery and related systems of domination, in particular our understandings of the binary between slavery and freedom in different historical and political contexts. The book takes a critical approach, interrogating the concept of modern slavery by exploring where it has come from, and its potential for obscuring and foreclosing new understandings. Including contributions from philosophers, political theorists, sociologists, anthropologists, and English Literature scholars, it adds to the emerging critique of the concept of 'modern slavery' through its focus on the connections between the past of Atlantic World slavery, the present of contemporary groups whose freedoms are heavily restricted (prisoners, child labourers in the Global South, migrant domestic workers, and migrant wives), and the futures envisaged by activists struggling against different elements of the systems of domination that Atlantic World slavery relied upon and spawned. Revisiting Slavery & Antislavery will be of indispensable value to scholars, students, policy makers and activists in the fields of human rights, modern history, international politics, social policy, sociology and global inequality
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Slavery
    neu-sfm Human rights violations
    neu-sfm Human smuggling
    neu-sfm Working conditions
    neu-sfm Children
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Trafficking of children
    neu-sfm Trafficking of women
    neu-sfm Domestic workers
    Identifiant: 3319906224 (ISBN); 9783319906225 (hardback) ((PDF ebook)) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008888044
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008888044/html?view=NJ_V1

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    Interrogating intersectionalities, gendering mobilities, racializing transnationalism

    Oso, Laura, 1969-
    Abingdon : Routledge
    2017
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    Titre: Interrogating intersectionalities, gendering mobilities, racializing transnationalism / ed. by Laura Oso, Ramon Grosfoguel and Anastasia Christou
    Auteur: Oso, Laura, 1969-
    Editeur: Abingdon : Routledge
    Date: 2017
    Collation: 127 p. : ill.
    Sujet LCSH: Transnationalism -- Social aspects
    Note: "The chapters in this book were originally published in Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, volume 22, issue 6 (December 2015)." - p. vii
    Classification: neu-sfm Transnationalism
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Racism
    neu-sfm Ethnic discrimination
    neu-sfm Sex discrimination
    neu-sfm Women
    Identifiant: 0415786975 (ISBN); 9780415786973 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008662988
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008662988/html?view=NJ_V1

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    Re-presenting feminist methodologies : interdisciplinary explorations

    Kannabiran, Kalpana
    Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge
    2017
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    Titre: Re-presenting feminist methodologies : interdisciplinary explorations / ed. by Kalpana Kannabiran ... [et al.]
    Auteur: Kannabiran, Kalpana
    Editeur: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge
    Date: 2017
    Collation: 360 p.
    Sujet LCSH: Gender identity -- India - Gender mainstreaming -- India - Women -- India -- Social conditions
    Autre sujet: Gender identity - Gender mainstreaming - India - Women Social conditions
    Contient: Introduction: Re-presenting Feminist Methodologies -- Part One: Mapping Terrains -- Section 1: Feminist Journeys -- 1. Studying Women and the Women's Movement in India: Methods and Impressions -- 2. 'To bounce like a ball that has been hit': Feminist Reflections on the Family -- 3. Masculinities in Fieldwork: Notes on Feminist Methodology -- 4. Real Life Methods: Feminist Explorations of Segregation in Delhi -- Section 2: Unpacking Disciplines -- 5. Stories We Tell: Feminism, Science, Methodology -- 6. Researching Online Worlds through a Feminist Lens: Text, Context and Assemblages -- 7. The Erotics of Risk: Feminism and the Humanities in flagrante delicto -- 8. Impractical Topics, Practical Fields: Notes on Researching Sexual Violence in India -- Part Two: Exploring Themes -- Section 3: Development -- 9. Planning for Modernization? Feminist Readings of Plans and Planned Development in India -- 10. Unpacking 'Win-Win': How Feminists Interrogate Microfinance -- 11. Globalisations, Mobility and Agency: Understanding Women's Lives Through Women's Voices -- 12. 'Ladkiyaan Phir Aage?': Towards Understanding the Formal School System -- Section 4: Health -- 13. Researching Assisted Conception from a Feminist Lens -- 14. RUWSEC Clinic: Challenges posed by the medical establishment to an attempt at a grassroots feminist clinic -- 15. Feminist Critical Medical Anthropology Methodologies: Understanding Gender and Healthcare in India
    Description: This book tracks the trajectory of gender in the social sciences and humanities through an exploration of the challenges and contradictions that confront contemporary feminist analysis as well as future directions. Drawing on research in India, the essays in the volume engage with the subject in imaginative ways, each one going beyond documenting the persistence of gender inequality, instead raising new questions and dilemmas while unravelling the complexities of the terrain. They also interrogate extant knowledge that has 'constructed' women as 'agentless' over the years, incapable of contesting or transforming social orders - by taking a close look at gendered decision-making processes and outcomes, sex for pleasure, health care practices, content and context of formal schooling or the developmental state that 'mainstreams' gender. Do existing feminist methodologies enable the understanding of emerging themes as online sexual politics, transnational surrogacy or masculinist 'anti-feminist' sensibilities? The feminist methodologies delineated here will provide readers with a toolkit to assess the criticality of gender as well as its nuances. The work foregrounds the importance of intersectionality and builds a case for context-specific articulations of gender and societies that destabilize binary universals. This volume will be useful to scholars and researchers across the disciplines of the social sciences and humanities, especially gender studies, women's studies, feminism, research methodology, education, sociology, political science and public policy
    Note: "A Routledge India Original"--Cover - Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Sex discrimination
    neu-sfm Social inequalities
    neu-sfm Sociology
    neu-sfm Methodology
    neu-sfm India
    neu-sfm Sexuality
    Identifiant: 1138633798 ((hardcover)) (ISBN); 9781138633797 ((hardcover)) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008756083
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    Titre: "There is no going back to my city but no permanent stay here in Tirana either" : analysing multiple gendered trajectories and experiences of migrant women in post-1991 Albania / Ermira Danaj
    Auteur: Danaj, Ermira
    Editeur: Neuchâtel : [éditeur non identifié]
    Date: 2017
    Collation: 254 p. : ill.
    Note: Th. Université de Neuchâtel, 2016
    Classification: neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Migration flows
    neu-sfm Albania
    neu-sfm MAPS
    neu-sfm Dissertation
    neu-sfm Internal migration
    neu-sfm Return migration
    No RERO: R008740225
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008740225/html?view=NJ_V1