Working Lives: Gender, Migration, and Employment in Britain, 1945–2007

Working Lives: Gender, Migration, and Employment in Britain, 1945–2007

Marlene H. Jacobsen, a graduate student at the University of Kentucky, reviews Working Lives: Gender, Migration and Employment in Britain, 1945-2007. The handbook seeks to explore the connections between gender, migration, transnationalism and development in the context of an increasingly globalized world. Global production chains are situated at the center of the analysis, which draws on field-based empirical contributions largely from within the European Union, as well as the US and Ecuador.

Publication Part Of International Migration Review
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Book by Linda McDowell, University of Oxford
Reviewed by Malene H. Jacobsen, University of Kentucky

Journal International Migration Review
Date of Publication Summer 2015
Pages e13-e14
DOI 10.1111/imre.12201
Volume 49
Issue Number 2

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