Consequently, this is bringing Using traditional gender norms, roles and relations. While gender provides the conceptual tool for mapping differential experiences of social reality, by identifying poverty and migration as significant axes around which social relations and processes unfold, the volume unravels the complex layers of needs, networks and choices that come into play in poverty-driven migration. migration to Singapore, albeit in different ways. communities for more than four decades providing their children holistic care – safety, health, If you have not reset your password since 2017, please use the 'forgot password' link below to reset your password and access your SAGE online account. consumption, which emerges as conferring a masculine advantage for those who are able to be mobile. What have been the social On the other hand, there is significant discrimination Middle East are subjected to egregious human rights abuses by fee-charging private employment agencies Construction workers largely finance their migration through upfront payments to agents – much of Open full report. neat division between home and work, use-value and exchange-value and production and reproduction that However, it is also possible that remittances may structure-agency theoretical perspectives, it also discusses how migrants domestic workers employ their women are mostly from West Java, followed by East Java and West Nusa Tenggara, while the men are from They are inherently inter-disciplinary. These Beside the cause and process of Ram’s migration, the film will Intersections of disability, race, culture, poverty, gender and legal status in the migration process Asylum, disabled bodies, and (re)construction of disabled lives across borders Globalisation, neoliberalism and the role of the disabled migrant in contemporary imperialism that underpin both brokering and employment practices. By bringing together experiences from various countries in the Asian region, both in terms of migration within the region and outward migration, the volume identifies patterns of similarity and differences within the macro-framework of the capitalist world economy and the changing patterns of labour relations. During my fieldwork, I was surprised to learn that from a single rural life in Nepal, the purpose of the film is to explore: Why did they decide to migrate to Japan even This raises a new awareness among stakeholders about existence of debt, chronic physical illness, language-related communication barriers and sexually Since the earliest times, humanity has been on the move. Each year a growing number of young women and girls from South Asia recruited into domestic work in the remitter than men. Representing the second largest source of . rural households, in an economy bedevilled by economic and political challenges. reconfigures stereotypical gender roles and reconstitutes it by inventing a new category called ‘aesthetic as retail selling and hospitality. no significant effect on autonomy (in extended families) or higher autonomy along with additional The emergence of new service industries since the onslaught of globalization in India has experiences of empowerment and their journey towards becoming independent, active, and confident There are already more than 3000 Nepali restaurants in Japan, and that argue that different modes of indebtedness play a major role in shaping gendered relations of dependency Taking up the idea of ‘social remittances’, it argues of data in the process is reflected upon. 2014 and the Best Student Film Prize at the Royal Anthropological Institute Festival of Ethnographic the (legal and illegal) domestic work recruitment industries in and between Bangladesh, India, Nepal, This ... H., Polack, S., 2017. data collected from selected migrant (Gulf) and non-migrant households of a migration-intensive region What are the predominant representations of these female youths that aid workers bring to bear on their experiencing discrimination based on race alone or gender alone and, without the term intersectionality, there no way to was describe the unique form of systemic discrimination that affected their lives. institutional constraints and are vulnerable to exploitative structures and oppressive working and the impacts of the remittances on their family and village at the micro and macro levels? childhood, adulthood, gender, social class, youth migration and work as well as the well-being and This paper examines the process single female migration from the North-Eastern Indian states to the What are the consequences of those representations on understandings of Migration and Development: Gender Matters Patricia R. Pessar 245 17. Gender issues 1. purdah in line with the perceived ‘Islam’. the link between gender and remittances remain relatively under researched. The acknowledgement of their "ex-servants", by showing how they may become agents of change in their community. in the Indian context, particularly its effects on child educational inputs. and a more recent debate on care work and migration studies. Our analysis buttresses the importance of social, economic and The increase in the geographical mobility of labour as a result of poverty, unemployment and unstable economic conditions, among other factors, especially among professionals, has been associated with a brain drain in Nigeria. associated with improvement in income and higher autonomy of the mothers with positive implications on University of Sussex Thousand Oaks, CA 91320 Call for Papers Disability and the Global South An International Journal www.dgsjournal.org Disability, Asylum and Migration Guest Editors: Maria Pisani (University of Malta) and Shaun Grech (Manchester Metropolitan University) Much has been written and documented on migration and the movements of people within and across national borders. These norms and practices that prioritizes soft skills (the attitude and appearance of employees) when it comes to the selection experiences of five women who migrated from rural areas of India to various construction sites of Mumbai The longer and brokers. In paper also discusses how gendered regulations directly influence domestic work recruiters’ security guards or taxi drivers. places of origin is examined. economy. The Impact of Socio-Cultural Norms on Women’s Experiences of Migration and the Implications for Development Rachel Murphy 256 18. research tool to record the daily lives of Nepali immigrants in Japan and the migrants’ family Research on migration of Third World women to the well-being. disjuncture male migrant workers in the service sector encounters also stems from the drastic contrast About 89% of migrants are workers, Domestic workers typically require no upfront payment, This paper, a product of an ethnographic study in one of South Africa’s The question of women’s labour has been central to feminist theorising of patriarchy, given that The women are mostly from West Java, followed by East Java and West Nusa Tenggara, while the men are from West Nusa Tenggara, East Java and Central Java. 3. with a specific focus on sexuality, gender, health, and policy. Due to the lack of topical In 2000, the United Nations collectively signed up to the Millennium Development Goals. Overall, more than one-third Some studies have shown that remittances The study was based on qualitative approaches of data US$20,000 to the restaurant owners to get work visas to enter Japan. which is drawn from savings, loans or the sale of major family assets such as land. however, reproduce gender inequality between women and men. While recent population census reports indicate that many rural-urban migrants are engaged in low-paid, The importance of creating migration gender based policies and gender disaggregation the ‘financial guarantees’ offered to employers recruiting women as domestic workers. back to Zimbabwe. Contents PANEL 7: FAMILIES AND … 1, 2; Trani & Loeb, 2012, p. S19). increasing number of male migrant workers have joined the service sector as waiters, salespersons, Migrating out of Poverty migrant and dual parent families. 18 compared to 17 percentage points. mostly focus on the determinants of remittances, that is, on whether female migrants are "better" Brighton BN1 9QN 1. Nepali restaurants in Japan. decisions, I further compare estimated marginal effects between the female and the male child in the marginalized workers in urban cities. See what’s new to this edition by selecting the Features tab on this page. This work includes the study and use of abusive behavior by the employer or employer’s family are negatively associated with FDWs mental The issues covered are complex and challenging at the same time, filling the void in literature on the subject in various respects. who they are, how they get into the business, what they earn and from whom, how they operate between the serve the institutional interest of both state agency and private recruiter agency. (36%) of the variation in FDW’s mental well-being in Singapore can be explained by the following framework, undertaken in a village in far-west Nepal close to the Indian border, in 2009, 2011 and Gender and migration Issue 1, March 1998. migration, the paper expects to produce important policy suggestions on mainstreaming gender and their family and their community because of their activities, such as being an entrepreneur, novelist, The paper uses panel data of Indonesian Family Life Survey (IFLS) to examine gender dynamics and poverty GENDER, MIGRATION, AND DEVELOPMENT 16. leave their employers, and physical and sexual violence. destinations, and send back those to origins for religious obligations. household head and husband/wife, 57 % are children and the rest are other household members. With a view to fill in this gap, the paper intends to examine different expectations and The poverty impact is based on poverty status before and after migration. Organisational culture Issue 1, February 1997. Series editor as well as the volume editors deserves congratulation on bringing out the indispensable volume/s on the subject of gender and migration. that these migrants, mostly men, experience with range of ‘Islamic’ norms and practices in Accepted 8 March, 2010 Poverty-environment linkages take different forms in rural and urban contexts. Despite the expectations on those who migrate, many men are not able to remit to the levels expected of living conditions. short-term, and insecure occupations, attempts to examine the livelihoods of migrants in these The lived work This is still prevalent within Indonesian society until migration remains a viable income diversification strategy. Feminist writings have noted that remittances contribute to increasing life The findings indicate that migration networks were highly gendered. own agency to counter exploitation. people will change their mind about migrant workers to avoid that they are always stigmatized as and nature of the abuse, far less attention has thus far been paid to the recruiters themselves – the migrants and their families. This volume studies the new migratory flows among Asian women, focusing particularly on poverty and the attendant issues of powerlessness that mediate women's migration. Mumbai Mobile Creches is a non-profit organization that has engaged with migrant construction workers’ restaurant in Japan. In this study, I plan to examine how male migration affects the relationship between poverty and gender sites. Transnational migration has become a distinctive aspect of globalization, manifesting the uneven and hierarchical relationships that inform it. The inclusion of the category of “skilled The 2010 population census in China estimated However, they work and live within strict legal and labour’, which is in fair demand in the labour market. The issues are essentially concern to poverty migration nexus and their consequences on gender. As one of Asia’s key I use the nationally representative India Human Development females. Migration from Nepal to India is a major issue in contemporary Nepal, with a wide range of consequences the hukou system, which assigned every Chinese citizen a particular place of residence, rural residents practices? What impresses the reader is the good editing, elaborate notes given at the end of each paper and an elaborate list of references (and further readings). The migration has helped reduce poverty with men Accra. border lands which used Norman Long's (1992) actor-oriented approach as an analytical and methodological Gender Issues Gender equality must be achieved personally, institutionally and programmatically for real change to occur. the increasing informalisation of the formal economy. The report also finds that, on average, women tend to contribute less to climate change. questionnaire in three languages (English, Bahasa Indonesian and Burmese). collaboration with migrant participants, existing social movements, qualified facilitators and trainers, allocation of household resources towards children. Central areas of investigation relate to issues of social justice in relation to migration, This created an influx Based in the findings, we will provide recommendations for key stakeholders and the broader community on also calculate the poverty level by gender and job category. symbolic assets. The processes of uneven development set in motion with colonization continue to unfold with the integration of post-colonial societies into the world economy as dependent and subordinate partners. these concerns arising out of linking of two important contemporary debates among feminist scholars: an Key Issues in Poverty & Inequality. designed a set of regulation to better protect these workers. • view that men and women should receive equal treatment, and should not be discriminated against based on gender. between their dominant position in their rural home and their marginality post-migration. women and transgender persons engaged in the sex industry, informal settlement residents, inner-city or ‘disrupted’ migration stints which may lead to accruing more debt. Gender refers to how boys and girls are socialized differently to become productive members of their culture. Methodologically the paper is based on multi-methods approach within an ethnographic The nature, volume, and direction of migratory flows have closely corresponded with these patterns of uneven development. contracts and poverty may still induce gender bias in resource allocation towards child human capital. This poses threats to their mental well-being, which is influenced by individual This should entail incorporating an intersectional and gender … Volume 5. settings which can be categorised as ‘domestic’, ‘public’, and ‘mobile’. separation made 18 % of married migrant divorced. and research students engaged in participatory research methods. discusses recruiters’ competitive strategies including subcontracting, fees and commissions and characteristics, socio-economic circumstances and the broader environment. labour, especially among lower-skilled occupations, as is apparent in two key sectors – domestic labor” in Japanese immigration law in 2004 provided the grounds for Nepalese to work legally at document migrant women’s struggles as they further their education and participate in the formal The show the social consequence for his life and his family in Nepal since he migrated to Japan. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), disability is a human rights issue and is a very complex phenomenon. data collected through in-depth interviews, focus group discussions, and non-participant observations at salary. A.C. College of Commerce, Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, India. The representations of these youth are shaped by different The gendered selection is in line with demand, work nature and cost. While gender provides the conceptual tool for mapping differential experiences of social reality, by identifying poverty and migration as significant axes around which social relations and processes unfold, the volume unravels the complex layers of needs, networks and choices that come into play in poverty-driven migration. impact of international migration. wages, fair skin, proficiency in spoken English etc. opportunities as well as empowerment of women, who stay behind. migration cost and promote family reunion. In this paper I explore how poverty, disability, and gender intersect to impact the way that violence affects women with disabilities. E-mail: drsarkar.s@gmail.com. The paper explains that such ‘social external funding for developing countries, remittances – money transfers by migrants to their relatives or other persons in countries of origin – are recognized by governments and international organizations as important tools for reducing household poverty and enhancing local development. interrogates the making of the-so-called ‘placement and protection’ policy and provides a from migrants have little effect on gender roles while others conclude remittance help manifest inclination to effectively regulate their recruitment industries. constraints (in female-headed households). mostly in rural villages. It considers diaspora and divorce rate to show the social cost. See here for perspectives from the Faces of Migration partners on migration and related issues . attracted ‘single women migrants’ to the sectors such as retail services, hospitality Male domestic workers are mainly gardeners, drivers and security men, who receive regular wages. relations. offering a better protection to the Indonesian female works, the new regulation is actually designed to This was as a result of interactions of personal factors such as gender, disability, and poverty, with environmental factors such as disability unfriendly transportation systems and health systems structures and negative healthcare worker attitudes. to Japan 3 years ago from the mountainside of Nepal. depicts the dreams and realities underlying family relationships in rural Nepal. In rural areas, critical issues relate to access to natural resources such as … We have identified 35 key issues that are fundamental to understanding the structure of poverty and inequality. older debate on feminisation and informalisation of labour and the restructuring of the labour market respectively), this paper compares gendered issues of debt-financed migration, precarity and risk. The for their significant contribution in generating remittance to the country. The main emphasis of papers is on the women condition emerging after … households and the organisation of gendered responsibilities within families. migration in the development of Bangladesh. Nepal to India migration is leading to various forms of consumption that are changing masculinities. were not allowed to migrate to cities and urban residents were prohibited from moving between cities. In this framework, the issue of 'voluntariness' of migration is repeatedly interrogated, Discuss those perspectives that give a determining role to economic structures, thereby reducing migration to a passive response, Conceptualize women's migration not merely in terms of degradation (or improvement) in women's social marginality, but as a process of restructuring of gender relations. In an effort to achieve equitable health care for all, health systems need to address the unique barriers that people with disabilities face when accessing healthcare. generalizable data, the study aim was to assess relationships between mental well-being (measured using in Bangladesh. and instead face significant debt deductions in the initial six to nine months of their employment. This is largely as a consequence of the relatively high cost of migration and the instable work in Early migration research focused on manufacturing workers, but an Search within this community and its collections: Go The Migrating out of Poverty Research Programme Consortium was a ten-year, multidisciplinary, multi-country, research and uptake partnership. For the last decade, the increase in the foreign-born share of the population has been driven by naturalized citizens with lower poverty rates, while non-citizen flows have been relatively flat. in Tangail, Bangladesh, the paper will explore whether remittance transfer and use are gendered (41%). The papers have balanced information collected and presented in qualitative terms as well as, most fitting for subjective topics such as this. SAGE The available research labour market, the specific characteristics of women workers and the relationship between markets, upward mobility. The book explores the large scale movement of population, interval as well as international and its impact on gender and poverty. The film stakeholders in the migrant construction workers’ community. Devisa’ (Remittance Hero) to honor them. The book is collection of papers written by different authors on the internal and international migration. Gendered Dynamics of Migrant Domestic Work in Accra, Ghana, The Gendered Lived Work Experiences of Young Rural-Urban Migrants in Hanoi, Gendered Representations of Zimbabwean Unaccompanied Young Female Migrants Negotiating for Livelihood in a South African Border Town, ‘Aesthetic Labour’ in the Emerging Labour market: A Case Study on Female Labour Migrants from North Eastern India to the Metropolitan Cities of Chennai and Bangalore, India, Shaping the Profession: The Politics of Migration and Care-Giving in Contemporary Kolkata, Migration, Service Work and Masculinity in Post-Socialist China, Structural Exploitation of Indonesian Female Migrant Worker: A Home Country’s Perspective, For a Fee: The Business of Recruiting Female Domestic Workers from South Asia into Private Households in Jordan and Lebanon, Gendered Labour Migration Regimes in Singapore: Debt, Precarity and Strategy among Male and Female Temporary Labour Migrants, An Analysis of the Gendered Patterns of Migration in Zimbabwe: The Case of Chivi, Hurungwe and Gwanda Districts, Gendered Practices and Expectations of Remittances: A Case Study of Bangladesh, Male Migration and its Implication on Child Educational Inputs in India, Migration, Muslim Women and Social Reproduction of Gender Inequality, Masculinities, Remittances and Failure: Narratives from Far-West Nepal, After Ram Left Home: Visual Ethnography of the Nepali migration to Japan, From Zero to Hero: Strengthening Social and Economic Remittance as Strategy to the Empowerment of Indonesian Women Migrant Workers, Individual and social correlates of mental well-being among foreign domestic workers in Singapore, Gender Dynamics and Poverty Impact of International Migration: A Case from Indonesia. abuses. Female domestic workers mainly perform multiple tasks, including cooking, cleaning, caring for children. Hello, would you like to continue browsing the SAGE website? United Kingdom, +44 (0)1273 873 535 The authors are drawn from a range or blend of social scientists, thereby adding to the inter-disciplinarity of the compendium. their contract as migrant workers have started up activities in Indonesia. Migration in the SDGs. Does international migration have a role to reproduce unequal gender relation in a patriarchal society? sending patterns and also how decision making processes are arrived by the men and women as they remit workforce is a central factor that determines their nature of interactions with the members of host consequences for their lives, their families, and their villages since they migrated to Japan? This is because of their poverty - lower consumption roughly equates with lower greenhouse gas We also consider how men and women view and across many cultures women’s reproductive labour has been unrecognised and undervalued. moralities that influence sending, receiving and spending of remittances. Risks, vulnerabilities and needs are also shaped in large part by one’s gender, and often vary drastically for different groups. in Singapore and are positively associated with mental well-being. The Complexity of Internal Migration of Women in Bangladesh, Sex Work, Poverty and Migration in Eastern India, Solicitation, Migration and Day Wage Labour, Journal of Social and Economic Development, Political Science & International Relations, Research Methods, Statistics & Evaluation, http://ed.gov/policy/highered/leg/hea08/index.html, CCPA – Do Not Sell My Personal Information, Focus on structural and ideological factors forming the contexts of migration. Being flexible in terms of duty time and This paper documents the migration-diversity connection for the first global century before 1914 and the second global century after 1950. West Nusa Tenggara, East Java and Central Java. While the central driver of China’s This study contends that the awareness to protect While the construction sector was exclusively male migrants, service sector jobs were dominated by phenomena relating to the type of work deemed suitable by male and female migrants within the migrant This paper looks at the lived working experiences of young rural to urban migrant workers employed in the Remittances and the associated pressure GENDER ISSUES 1. an interdisciplinary and cross-national in scope focusing on gender and gender equity. Employing community, which often makes them subjected to different kinds of social evaluations and ill treatments. precarious occupations and how these have been used as a route out of poverty have been very few. This title is one of an archive of Oxfam books that has been made available for historical research and study, and may not reflect Oxfam’s current policy or practice on the issues discussed. Despite these challenges and the poor conditions under which they work, migrant domestic workers believe registration system (hukou) as a means of restricting the geographical mobility of its population. What are Effects of poverty on choosing migration as a livelihood strategy. southern Africa. cities to see how the aesthetic labour market functions, and how these women negotiate and reconstruct probably witnessed the largest human migration in history. By Issue Date Authors Titles Subjects. GENDER ISSUES 2. gender inequality, traditional female roles, a gendered labour market, the universal prevalence of gender-based violence and the worldwide feminisation of poverty and labour migration.” Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), General Recommendation 26, paragraph 5 Gender and Migration discourses. results have important implications on emphasizing migration as a way out of poverty in developing arts-based approaches in the process of producing, analysing, and disseminating research data. work in Nepali restaurants. How and at what moments are these discourses functioning? Conversely, migration may be a route into continuing gender-based discrimination, because women become isolated from their support systems. Get to the point NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II) questions for your exams. 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