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|Title:||Transnational mobilities for care: Rethinking the dynamics of care in Asia|
GLOBAL CARE CHAIN
|Source:||Huang, S., Thang, L.L., Toyota, M. (2012-04). Transnational mobilities for care: Rethinking the dynamics of care in Asia. Global Networks 12 (2) : 129-134. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1471-0374.2012.00343.x|
|Abstract:||This special issue on 'Transnational mobilities for care: rethinking the dynamics of care in Asia' examines the intersections between transnational mobilities for care and the practices of care through the lens of transnational migration for work and marriage. In this editorial introduction, we highlight three key themes explored by the articles that make up the collection - the transposability of care; the reciprocity of care; and the continued feminization of carework In discussing these themes, we consider how we can contribute to a rethinking of 'care' and the notion of the global care chain from a perspective beyond that of the Global North. © 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd & Global Networks Partnership.|
|Source Title:||Global Networks|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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