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Women migrants from East to West

Women migrants from East to West

gender, mobility, and belonging in contemporary Europe

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Published by Berghahn Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women immigrants -- Europe -- Social conditions,
  • East Europeans -- Europe, Western -- Social conditions,
  • Europe -- Emigration and immigration,
  • Europe -- Social conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Luisa Passerini ... [et al.].
    ContributionsPasserini, Luisa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJV6347 .W67 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17883785M
    ISBN 109781845452773
    LC Control Number2007012585

      Of those , lived in the East half of Tennessee and 52 in the West half. These individuals are identified in the following book: Scott, Kenneth. British Aliens in the United States During the War of Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Co., , FHL book W4s digital version at Ancestry ($). Western Migration. The tendency for Americans to move west has been part of the national makeup since the end of colonial times. While charters granted to early English colonies included vast western sections, often not only unexplored but simultaneously claimed by other countries, actual settlements stayed close to the ocean or at least to coastal rivers until about the time of .

    the Role of oRgAnIzed cRIme In the smugglIng of mIgRAnts fRom west AfRIcA to the euRopeAn unIon (Spectrum Books, Ibadan etc., ), p 4 Ibid. 5 Written by an unknown detainee on the wall of a detention centre in Mauritania where people suspected of being irregular migrants are held. Many of the first American migrants had come to the West in search of quick profits during the mid-century gold and silver rushes. As in the California rush of –49, droves of prospectors poured in after precious-metal strikes in Colorado in , Nevada in , Idaho in , Montana in , and the Black Hills in

    Most of the migrants came from regions to the south and east of Europe, including the Greater Middle East and Africa. Of the migrants arriving in Europe by sea in , 58% were males over 18 years of age (77% of adults), 17% were females over 18 (22% of adults) and the remaining 25% were under [22]. • Migrants are predominantly male, aged between 15 and households with migrants show relatively higher levels of education. • Employment is the main driver of migration. Education and family reasons are the second and third most common reasons. Women migrate mainly for family-related reasons, contrary to what happens in the rest of the.


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Women Migrants From East to West: Gender, Mobility and Belonging in Contemporary Europe Hardcover – November 1, by uisa, (Editor), Dawn Lyon (Editor), Enrica Capussotti (Editor), Ioanna Laliotou (Editor) & 1 more out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1).

Women Migrants From East to West Book Description: Based on the oral histories of eighty migrant women and thirty additional interviews with 'native' women in the 'receiving' countries, this volume documents the contemporary phenomenon of the feminisation of migration through an exploration of the lives of women, who have moved from Bulgaria and.

Women Migrants From East to West Gender, Mobility and Belonging in Contemporary Europe Edited by Luisa Passerini, Dawn Lyon, Enrica Capussotti and Ioanna Laliotou.

pages, bibliog., index. ISBN $/£ Hb Published (November ) ISBN $/£ Pb Published (January ) Pages: Women Migrants from East to West documents the contemporary phenomenon of the feminisation of migration through an exploration of the lives of women who have moved from Bulgaria and Hungary to Italy The research is based on the oral histories of eighty migrant women and thirty additional interviews with 'native' women.

Summary: Documents the phenomenon of feminised migration by analysing accounts of the lives of women migrants in the 'host' countries. Based on more than interviews with women migrants from Hungary and Bulgaria and with 'host' women in Italy and the Netherlands, this book includes theoretical debates on migration and subjectivity, and more.

Women Migrants from East to West documents the contemporary phenomenon of the feminisation of migration through an exploration of the lives of women who have moved from Bulgaria and Hungary to Italy and the Netherlands.

The research is based on the oral histories of eighty migrant women and thirty additional interviews with 'native' women in the Format: Paperback. Buy Women Migrants From East to West by Luisa Passerini, Dawn Lyon from Waterstones today.

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Migration was a selective process: not everyone pulled up stakes in the East pushed into the open western lands. Migration was primarily a personal decision, dependent upon a variety of factors:age of the head of household; economic status; personal attitudes; and projected costs and benefits of the resettlement.

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