|Author:||Cati Coe,Rachel R. Reynolds,Deborah A. Boehm,Julia Meredith Hess,Heather Rae-Espinoza|
|Title:||Everyday Ruptures: Children, Youth, and Migration in Global Perspective|
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|Publisher:||Vanderbilt University Press (April 15, 2011)|
One key finding of the book is that migration and separation that seem like a disjuncture can co-occur with cultural reproduction and experiences of continuity in the lives of some children and families in some circumstances. For example, families in the sending country may be proud and gain stature if members, even youth, migrate; families in sending countries including children may benefit financially and keep in contact by phone; and children participate in migration decisions
Children and Youth as Consumers of Mass Media. Ethics and Commercial Manipulation with Children and Youth. Jasna Burić - 2010 - Filozofska Istrazivanja 30 (4):629-634. Figuring the Future: Globalization and Temporalities of Children and Youth. Jennifer Cole and Deborah Durham, Eds. SAR Press: Santa Fe. 2008.
Everyday Ruptures: Children and Migration in Global Perspective. Vanderbilt University Press, 2011. Rachel R. Reynolds, Kathryn Howard, and Julia Deak. Volume 9(2): 209-226, April 2009.
Everyday Ruptures attempts to address this gap by focusing on the impact of migration on children, the role that children play in influencing the migration process, the meaning children make of their parents’ migration, and the intended and unintended consequences of migration policies for children.
Heather Rae-Espinoza. Deborah A. Boehm-Davis. When people-whether children, youth, or adults-migrate, that migration is often perceived as a rupture, with people separated by great distances and for extended periods of time. But for migrants and those affected by migration, the everyday persists, and migration itself may be critical to the continuation of social life. Everyday Ruptures illuminates the wide-ranging c When people-whether children, youth, or adults-migrate, that migration is often perceived as a rupture, with people separated by great distances and for extended periods of time.
Everyday Ruptures Children, Youth, and Migration in Global Perspective. Ethnographies of children and youth who migrate and are affected by the migration of others. Everyday Ruptures illuminates the wide-ranging continuities and disruptions in the experiences of children around the world, those who participate in and those who are affected by migration.
Everyday Ruptures: Children, Youth and Migration in Global Perspective. Cati Coe. Reynolds. Heather Rae-Espinoza. When people-whether children, youth, and adults-migrate, that migration is often perceived as a rupture, with people separated by great distances and for extended periods of time.
Serah Shani is a visiting professor at Eastern University. She previously worked as a teaching fellow at Columbia University and as a visiting lecturer at Yale University.