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Gender and Migration in 21st Century Europe

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Edited by: Helen Stalford, Samantha Currie

ISBN13: 9780754674504
Published: August 2009
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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This collection provides new interdisciplinary and empirically-grounded insights into the issues surrounding gender and migration into and within Europe. The work presents a comprehensive and critical overview of the historical, legal, policy and cultural framework underpinning different types of European migration. The authors analyse the impact of migration on women's careers; the impact of migration on family life; and gender perspectives on forced migration.

The volume also examines the consequences of EU enlargement for women's migration opportunities and practices, as well as the impact of new regulatory mechanisms at EU level in addressing issues of forced migration and cross-national family breakdown. Recent interdisciplinary research also offers new insight into the issue of skilled migration and the gendering of previously male-dominated sectors of the labour market.

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Introduction, Helen Stalford, Samantha Velluti and Samantha Currie
Part I Gender, Migration and Managing Family Life: The effect of family migration on union dissolution, Paul J. Boyle, Thomas J. Cooke, Vernon Gayle and Clara H. Mulder
Domestic violence and parental child abduction in the European Union, Ruth Lamont
Gender perspectives on child trafficking: a case study of child domestic workers, Dianne Scullion. Part II The Impact of Migration on Women's Careers: Promoting women? Lessons learned from a study of mobility and fixed-term work in early career researchers, Liz Oliver
'Gendering' the brain drain discourse – rethinking female migration from the developing world, Parvati Raghuram
Regular migrants doing irregular jobs: the status and experiences of Polish women in the UK labour market, Samantha Currie
The gendered labour market of foreigners in Italy, Salvatore Strozza, Anna Paterno, Laura Bernardi and Giuseppe Gabrielli. Part III Gender Perspectives on Immigration Control: Awkward aliens: female migrants, exploitation and the trafficking framework, Heli Askola
A gender perspective on the 'foreign national prisoners' issue, Helen Toner
Categorical and plastic boundaries: Albanian migration to Greece, immigration policies and their gender implications, Gabriella Lazaridis
Gender, family unity and migration: dilemmas and discourse, Catherine Sherlock
Conclusion, Helen Stalford, Samantha Veluti and Samantha Currie