Migration, Gender and Social Justice
by Tanh-Dam Truong (ed.)
Publisher: Springer 2013
Number of pages: 450
The book examines commonalities and differences in the operation of various structures of power (gender, class, race/ethnicity, generation) and their interactions within the institutional domains of intra-national and especially inter-national migration that produce context-specific forms of social injustice.
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