Children of Global Migration
Transnational Families and Gendered Woes
Rhacel Salazar Parreñas

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Children of Global Migration

Acknowledgments

Introduction: Gender and the Transnational Family

1.      The Global Economy of Care

2.      The Dismal View of Transnational Households

3.      Caring for the Family: Why Parents Leave the Philippines

4.      The Gap Between Migrant Fathers and Their Children

5.      The Gender Paradox: Recreating "the Family" in Women's Migration

6.      Gendered Care Expectations: Children in Mother-Away Transnational Families

7.      The Overlooked Second Generation: The Experience of Prolonged Separation in Two-Parent Migrant Families

Conclusion: The Persistence of Gender

Notes

References

Index