This book will appeal to students and scholars of immigration, race and ethnicity, and gender studies and offers a definitive guide to the key conceptual issues surrounding gender and migration.
Introduction: Engendering the Study of Immigration
Chapter One: The Gendered Demography of U.S. Immigration History
Chapter Two: The Gendering of Law, Policy, Citizenship, and Political Practice
Chapter Three: Gendered Labor Markets
Chapter Four: Gender and the Immigrant Family
Concluding Thoughts: A Gendered Theory of Migration