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Gender and Migration in Italy: A Multilayered Perspective (eBook)

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ISBN13: 9781472455772
Published: December 2015
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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Recent migratory flows to Europe have brought about considerable changes in many countries. Italy in particular offers a unique point of view, since it is possible to observe not only the way migration has changed specific features of the country, but also how it is intertwined with gender relations. Considering both the type of migration that has affected Italy and the consequent measures adopted by the Government, a variety of distinctive elements may be seen. By providing a broad and more complete picture of the Italian perspective on gender and migration, this book makes a valuable contribution to the wider debate.

The contributions consider the problematic linkage between gender and migration, as well as analyse particular aspects including Italian colonial past, domestic work, self-determination, access to social services, second-generation migrant women, family law, multiculturalism and religious symbols. Taking an empirical and theoretical approach, the volume underlines both the multifaceted problems affecting migrant women in Italy and the way in which questions raised in other countries are introduced and redefined by Italian scholarship. The book presents a valuable resource for researchers, academics and policy-makers working in the areas of migration and gender studies.

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Subjects:
European Jurisdictions, eBooks, Italy
Contents:
Introduction: fortress Europe v. compliant Italy? The ambiguous Italian policy towards migrant women, Elisa Olivito.

Part I Migrant Women and Social Mobility in a Historical Perspective: The 'worker nuns of Nigrizia'. The pious mothers of Nigrizia between Italy and Africa during the imperial age (1872-1950), Francesca Di Pasquale and Chiara Giorgi
Open houses versus closed borders. Migrant domestic workers in Italy: a gendered perspective (1950s-2010s), Raffaella Sarti.

Part II Self-Determination, Family and Welfare: The third movement. Family life for a fee, Silvia Niccolai
Autonomy and self-realization of migrant women. Constitutional aspects, Laura Ronchetti
The case of healthcare and social services for migrant women between antidiscrimination and anti-subordination, Anna Lorenzetti
Migration and (legal) irritants: Italian family law and gender equality, Elisa Olivito. Part III Culture, Patriarchy and Religion: Gender and culturally motivated crimes: the Italian perspective, Valentina Masarone
From culture to patriarchy. Recent changes in judicial reasoning and in normative classifications of multicultural conflicts, Ilenia Ruggiu
Gender and religious symbols in the European public sphere: unveiling the paradoxes of Italian toleration, Susanna Mancini. Part IV Citizenship and Second-Generation Migrant Women: Second-generation migrant women and the acquisition of Italian citizenship, Elena Paparella
Translating cultural identities, permeating boundaries. Autobiographical and testimonial narratives of second-generation immigrant women, Cristina Greco.

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