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Gender and Racism

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Sociology
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SOC336H1
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Brasch

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Oct 26 – Gender and Racism
Gender
Women and men have different migration experiences because there is gendered access to resources
-Work
-Family
-Social service programs
-Opportunities (and obstacles)
Early migration literature
-Overlooking women as migrant actors
-Gender as a social construction that emerges through practice
-Both men and women act according to how they find work or what they do (men as breadwinners
and women as housewives)
How is migration gendered?
Movement
-Live-in caregivers
Opportunities/obstacles
-Domestic work
-Enticed to work in industry, often possess motor skills associated with the assembly line
- Informal economy
Networks
-Child-rearing
-Work
Changing gender roles
-Greater financial input
- Influence in budgeting and other household decisions
-More assistance with household tasks (overworking caregivers without extra pay)
-Larger ethnic community
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Oct 26 Gender and Racism Gender Women and men have different migration experiences because there is gendered access to resources - Work - Family - Social service programs - Opportunities (and obstacles) Early migration literature - Overlooking women as migrant actors - Gender as a social construction that emerges through practice - Both men and women act according to how they find work or what they do (men as breadwinners and women as housewives) How is migration gendered? Movement
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