3 edition of Impacts of male migration to the Middle East on the family found in the catalog.
Impacts of male migration to the Middle East on the family
|Series||Working paper / Centre for Development Studies ;, no. 176|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 85/60101 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||85907877|
The ethnographies and edited volumes presented below help us to get a fuller picture of the context of migration in the Middle East today. Perhaps one of the earliest books to address the feminization of migration in the Middle East was Michele Ruth Gamburd’s The Kitchen Spoon’s Handle (Cornell University Press, ). Desperate Migration in the Middle East Conflict in the Middle East is driving millions of people from their homes: Estimates from the UN Refugee Agency suggest that more than 4 million Syrians are refugees, 50, more have sought asylum and at .
Migration to work in major cities in the region or in Middle Eastern countries was another common outcome for children following a maternal death, for girls and boys. In interviews with family members, we heard of nine children who migrated out of Butajira for work; 3 of whom were by: A Good Provider Is One Who Leaves: One Family and Migration in the 21st Century - Kindle edition by DeParle, Jason. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Good Provider Is One Who Leaves: One Family and Migration in the 21st Century/5(20).
An important part of this story concerns migration within the British Isles and the evidence for the movement and interaction of the English, Welsh, Irish and Scots. Much less appreciated are the individual stories of people like Reynauld Nieuport who, in every generation, moved to England from all parts of Europe and further afield. Although the history of Middle Eastern labor migration to North America is not as well known as that of Irish and Southern European immigrants, Yemenis were working in Detroit by the s and Palestinian and Lebanese diasporas existed around the globe before the end of the nineteenth century. North Africans were migrating to France by the thousands during World War I, and by the tens of.
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Male Migration to Middle East and the Impact on the Family Some Evidence from Kerala Leda Galati This paper is divided into two parts. Part I gives a brief background of the extent and pattern of recent migration to the Middle East from India as a whole and from the State of Kerala in parti-cular.
Gulati, Leela () Impacts of male migration to the Middle East on the family: some evidence from Kerala. CDS working paper, Trivandrum: by: 5. Leela Gulati. Male Migration to Middle East and the Impact on the Family Some Evidence from Kerala Leela Gulati This paper is divided into two parts.
Part I gives a brief background of the extent and pattern of recent migration to the Middle East from India as a whole and from the State of Kerala in particular. This paper presents the preliminary results of a study that focuses on a micro aspect of Lebanese migration, i.e.
the emigration of the head of the household and its impact on decision-making and well-being within the family, essentially on the wife left by: Male Migration and the Lebanese Family: The Impact on the Wife Left Behind Article in Journal of Middle East Women s Studies 5(3) October with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
family in the source country or a parent or child migrating alone with dependents left behind. In many parts of the world, this type of migration is circular and recurrent, raising questions about the impact of migration on family members left behind and their reliance on the migrant for support.
File Size: KB. raising questions about the impact of migration on family members left behind and their reliance on the migrant for support.
This chapter focuses on the direct impact of international migration on the families of migrants that are left behind in source countries. More specifically, this chapter focuses on theFile Size: KB.
As a major family decision, migration by a family member may have complicated direct and indirect effects on the lives of children and on the family in general. This may take many forms, whether it is an entire nuclear family separating from extended family in the source country or a parent or child migrating alone with dependents left by: 1.
The migration from the Middle East on Turkey was evaluated under three headings, including social and economic, political and security impacts.
The E ects of Migration on Politics and Security. It discusses protection challenges facing families involved in migration and addresses the psychosocial impact of migration on members of the family who are most susceptible and at greatest risk. Lastly, it highlights the multiple roles youth have on family migration and draws attention to File Size: KB.
The new migration in the Middle East is dominated by the movement of Egyptians to other Arab countries motivated largely by economic incentives. Egypt has for long provided the technocracy of the Middle East, exporting professional manpower and, to some extent, relatively unskilled workers as Size: KB.
social impact is greater than economic benefits, or economic benefits are greater than social costs since the study has found mix ed results of positive impacts, as well as negative, social impacts. Keywords: male migration, left-behind family, benefit, cost, impact.
GJHSS-E Classification: FOR Code: Khalaf, Mona Chemali. "Male Migration and The Lebanese Family: The Impact On The Wife Left. Behind." Journal Of Middle East Women's Studies Fall (): Print. By Mona Chemali Khalaf.
Summary. A recent study supported by the Arab Families Working Group (AFWG) examined a micro aspect of Lebanese migration, namely theFile Size: KB. A profile of Dawn Chatty, Professor of Anthropology and Forced Migration and Director of the Refugee Studies Centre.
Professor Chatty discusses her research as a social anthropologist with a. Social cohesion in an impermanent landscape: dispossession and forced migration in the Arab Middle East.
Chapter. Dawn Chatty, (), In: Panayi, P., Virdee, P. (eds) Refugees and the End of Empire: Imperial Collapse and Forced Migration in the Twentieth Century Displacement and Dispossession in the Modern Middle East.
Book. Conflict, Migration and the Syrian Crisis in the Middle East. The current Syrian forced migration movement has produced deep changes in the Middle East migration system.
BeforeSyria was hosting large numbers of refugees, comprised mainly of Palestinians and Iraqis but also Sudanese and Somalis (Doraï ). Gulati L. () The impact on the family of male migration to the Middle East: Some evidence from Kerala, India.
In: Arnold F and Shah NM (eds) Asian Labour Migration: Pipeline to the Middle East. Boulder, CO and London: Westview. Google ScholarCited by: It is observed that international migration is a growing phenomenon and has got considerable attention.
It has profound effects on the source countries. In the present study, an effort has been made to identify the possible impact of migration on families left behind, with special focus on children’s education and females.
Migration of labor mobility affects the education of the family Author: Shahid Iqbal, Riaz Ahmed Mozmi, Faiza Iqbal, Mazhar Saeed. Male migration to the Middle East and the impact on the family: Some evidence from Kerala. Economic and Political Weekly, 18(52–53), – Google ScholarCited by: 5.
The coronavirus: potential effects on the Middle East and North Africa. The novel coronavirus, which first emerged in China in latehas the potential to disrupt the economies of the Middle East and North Africa through four distinct channels: directly through infections; and indirectly through oil prices, value chains and tourism.
Asmaa Elbdawy and Rania Roushdy, “Impact of Migration on Women’s Decisionmaking and Gender Role Attitudes: the Case of Egypt,” Background paper for World Bank Program on International Migration from the Middle East and North Africa and Poverty Reduction Strategies, The World Bank, Washington DC, Key words: Ethiopia, Middle East, female migrant workers, migration, work conditions, sexual abuse As part of her Master in Psychology thesis, Ms.
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