This volume collects papers presented during the sixth edition of the Summer School “Migration, Human Rights and Democracy”, organized by the University of Palermo (Italy) in September 2012, which focuses on specific topics concerning migrations and motilities questions in contemporary world, gathering many scholars, activists, NGO’s members and researchers interested in discussing these issues. The women’s migration here represents the main topic, which has been examined bringing into dialogue a variety of theoretical perspectives, within an interdisciplinary context which includes not only sociology, anthropology, psychology and political geography, but also linguistics and literature. Moreover, each paper focuses on aspects which interest women not only as individuals – for example their entrance in the labour market – but also in their roles as members of a couple and a family.
|Editore||Cambridge Scholars Publishing|
|Numero di pagine||143|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|