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Gendered mobility and morality in a south-eastern mexican community: impacts of male labour migration on the women left behind

McEvoy, Jamie | Petrzelka, Peggy [autor/a] | Radel, Claudia [autor/a] | Schmook, Birgit Inge [autor/a].
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 Artículo impreso(a) Tema(s): Migración laboral | Género | Empoderamiento | ÉticaTema(s) en inglés: Labour migration | Gender | Empowerment | EthicsDescriptor(es) geográficos: Campeche (México) Clasificación: AR/304.8097264 / G4 Nota de acceso: Disponible para usuarios de ECOSUR con su clave de acceso En: Mobilities. volumen 7, número 3 (September, 2012), páginas 369-388. --ISSN: 1745-0101Número de sistema: 51476Resumen:
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Based on research conducted in a migrant-sending community in south-eastern Mexico, we find that male out-migration has forced women to take on labour tasks that are associated with new spatial and mobility patterns. While these patterns have potential for increased empowerment for women, they also call the women's morality into question, resulting in a policing of the women's behaviour, and a simultaneous restriction of their mobility, by themselves and others. Therefore, we find male labour out-migration has resulted in contradictory changes in women's mobility, with ambiguous results for women's gender empowerment.

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Based on research conducted in a migrant-sending community in south-eastern Mexico, we find that male out-migration has forced women to take on labour tasks that are associated with new spatial and mobility patterns. While these patterns have potential for increased empowerment for women, they also call the women's morality into question, resulting in a policing of the women's behaviour, and a simultaneous restriction of their mobility, by themselves and others. Therefore, we find male labour out-migration has resulted in contradictory changes in women's mobility, with ambiguous results for women's gender empowerment. eng

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