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Gendered journeys : women, migration and feminist psychology

Author: Oliva M Espin; Andrea L Dottolo
Publisher: [Basingstoke] : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Series: Online access with purchase: Palgrave Connect (Social Sciences Collection)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Responding to the flux of migration that has swept across the globe, this authoritative and dynamic collection of scholarship aims to address the question: What about the women? The chapters explain why women's experiences of migration are necessary and worthy of scholarly feminist psychological attention, examining women's experiences in and of themselves, not simply as members of a family unit. With topics  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Oliva M Espin; Andrea L Dottolo
ISBN: 9781137521477 1137521473
OCLC Number: 910514200
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction; Oliva M. Espin and Andrea L. Dottolo --
PART I: PLACE, RACE, MEMORY AND MIGRATION --
Introduction to Part 1; Andrea L. Dottolo and Oliva M. Espin --
1. A Geography of Memory : A Psychology of Place; Oliva M. Espin --
2. Exploring Intersections of Privilege and Oppression for Black and Asian Immigrant and U.S. Born Women: Reaching Across the Imposed Divide; Karen L. Suyemoto & Roxanne A. Donovan --
PART II: WORK, SOCIAL CLASS AND "TRADITIONAL" GENDER ROLES --
Introduction to Part 2; Oliva M. Espin and Andrea L. Dottolo --
3. Work and Gender Roles in East Asian Immigrant Women in the United States; Pei-Wen Winnie Ma and Munyi Shea --
4. 'Good Asian Moms': Engendering the Model Minority Myth among Indian Immigrant Working Women; Sundari Balan & Ramaswami Mahalingam --
5. Being a Woman, a Muslim, and Afghan in the USA: Dilemmas of Displacement; Huma Ahmed Ghosh --
PART III: VIOLENCE, RESISTANCE AND RESILIENCE --
Introduction to Part 3; Oliva M. Espin and Andrea L. Dottolo --
6. Women, Political Violence and Migration: Feminist and Clinical Issues in the Asylum Process; Diya Kallivayalil --
7. Sexual Violence in an Immigrant Context: South Asian Women in the United States; Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, Anmol Satiani, and Neha Patel --
8. Supporting Transgender Immigrant Latinas: The Case of Erika; Danielle Quintero, Alison Cerezo, Alejandro Morales and Stephanie Rothman --
9. A Study of Immigrant Latina Survivors of Domestic Violence: Becoming Lderes Comunitarias (Community Leaders); Josephine V. Serrata R. Lillianne Macias, Alvina Rosales, Rebecca Rodriguez and Julia L. Perilla --
PART IV: INTERGENERATIONAL IMPACT OF MIGRATION --
Introduction to Part 4; Oliva M. Espin and Andrea L. Dottolo --
10. Assessing and Redressing Effects of Second Class Citizenship upon U.S. Citizen Daughters of Undocumented Immigrants; Gabrielle Stutman and Peggy Brady-Amoon --
11. Intergenerational Narratives of Migration and Acculturation: Ni de aquni de all̀; Sandra Mattar and Maria Teresa Pestana --
12. Negotiating Identity for Young Adult Women from Immigrant Families: Expectations, Opportunities and Challenges; Karen Kisiel Dion --
13. Legacies of Migration: Italian American Women, Food and Identity; Andrea L. Dottolo and Carol Dottolo --
Conclusion; Oliva M. Espin and Andrea L. Dottolo.
Series Title: Online access with purchase: Palgrave Connect (Social Sciences Collection)
Responsibility: edited by Oliva M. Espin and Andrea L. Dottolo.

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