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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Emiko Ochiai; Kaoru Aoyama
|Description:||xii, 318 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1: Imagining intimate work. Housewives' work / mothers' work : the changing position of housework in Dutch society / Nakatani Ayami ; The "housewife" and housework in the Indian urban middle classes / Oshikawa Fumiko --
Part 2: Multiple faces of the good wife/wise mother. Troubles of the "new women" in the emergence of modern Korea : focusing on the interrelationship between "women's liberation" and the image of "wise mother and good wife" / Suh Ji Young ; Selling modernity : housewives as portrayed in Yuefenpai (calendar posters) and magazine advertisements in Shanghai of the 1920s and 1930s / Wu Yongmei ; The gender norms of Chinese women in the transitional market economy : research interviews with wives in three urban centers / Zheng Yang ; "To be good at public and domestic work, I need three heads and six hands" : the dilemma of Vietnamese "modern" women / Khuat Thu Hong, Bui Thu Huong and Le Bach Duong --
Part 3: Wives and workers crossing borders. From farmers' daughters to foreign wives : marriage, migration and gender in the sending communities of Vietnam / Danièle Bélanger and Tran Giang Linh, with Le Bach Duong and Khuat Thu Hong ; Commercially arranged marriage migration : the agency and inner struggle of Chinese women / Hao Hongfang ; Strategies of resistance among Filipina and Indonesian domestic workers in Singapore / Ueno Kayoko ; Moving from modernisation to globalisation : migrant sex workers in Japan / Aoyama Kaoru ; The role of multicultural families in South Korean immigration policy / Lee Hye-kyung.
|Series Title:||Intimate and the public in Asian and global perspectives, volume 3.|
|Other Titles:||Ajia josei to shinmitsusei no rōdō.
Ajia josei to shinmitsusei no rōdō.
|Responsibility:||edited by Ochiai Emiko, Aoyama Kaoru.|
Winner of the 2014 Choice Outstanding Academic Title Award: Kyoto University (Japan) sociologists Ochiai (with Barbara Molony, Asia's New Mothers, 2008) and Aoyama (Thai Migrant Sexworkers, 2009)
- Sex role -- Asia.
- Women household employees -- Asia.
- Women foreign workers -- Asia.
- Prostitutes -- Asia.
- Women -- Asia -- Social conditions.
- Women -- Asia -- Economic conditions.
- Sex role.
- Women -- Economic conditions.
- Women foreign workers.
- Women household employees.
- Women -- Social conditions.