Gender and Migration

Gender and Migration

A Gender-Sensitive Approach to Migration Dynamics

Considering the dynamic and reciprocal relationship between gender relations and migration, the contributions in this book approach migration dynamics from a gender-sensitive perspective. Bringing together insights from various fields of study, it is demonstrated how processes of social change occur differently in distinct life domains, over time, and across countries and/or regions, influencing the relationship between gender and migration. Detailed analysis by regions, countries, and types of migration reveals a strong variation regarding levels and features of female and male migration. This approach enables us to grasp the distinct ways in which gender roles, perceptions, and relations, each embedded in a particular cultural, geographical, and socioeconomic context, affect migration dynamics. Hence, this volume demonstrates that gender matters at each stage of the migration process. In its entirety, Gender and Migration gives evidence of the unequivocal impact of gender and gendered structures, both at a micro and macro level, upon migrant's lives and of migration on gender dynamics.

This publication is GPRC-labeled (Guaranteed Peer Review Content).

Contributors: Marianna Bacci Tamburlini (Universidade de Lisboa), Milena Belloni (University of Antwerp), Kitti Baracsi (University of Pécs), Kamila
Fiałkowska (University of Warsaw), Hilde Greefs (University of Antwerp), Kenneth Hemmerechts (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Alexandra Parrs (University
of Antwerp), Ferruccio Pastore (Forum Internazionale ed Europeo di Ricerche sull'Immigrazione FIERI Torino), Alina Poghosyan (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia), Ilse Ruyssen (Ghent University), Sara Salomone (Ghent University and UNU-CRIS), Romina Seminario Luna (Lausanne University), Christiane Timmerman (University of Antwerp), Lore Van Praag (University of Antwerp), Thomas Verbruggen (University of Antwerp), Zeynep Zmer Batur (University of Antwerp).




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