Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers

Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers: Culinary cultures, diasporic dishes and familial foodways explores the complex interplay between the important global issues of food, families, and migration.

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Author: Tanya M. Cassidy

Publisher: Demeter Press

ISBN: 1772583316

Category: Social Science

Page: 280

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Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers: Culinary cultures, diasporic dishes and familial foodways explores the complex interplay between the important global issues of food, families and migration. We have an introduction and twelve additional chapters which we have organised into three parts: Part I Moving Meals, Markets and Migrant Mothers; Part II Migrating Mothers Performing Identity through Moving Meals; Part III Meanings and Experiences of Migrant Maternal Meals. Although these parts are not mutually exclusive, they are meant to emphasize socio-cultural and economic considerations of migration (Part I), the food itself (Part II) and families (Part III). We have a wide geographic representation, including Europe (Ireland and France), the USA, Canada, New Zealand, and Korea. In addition, we have contributors from all stages of career, including full professors, as well recent doctoral graduates. Overall the contributions are interdisciplinary, and therefore use a variety of methodologies, although most make use of traditional social sciences methods, including interviews and ethnographic observations.

Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers

Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers: Culinary cultures, diasporic dishes and familial foodways explores the complex interplay between the important global issues of food, families and migration.

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Author: Abdullahi Osman El- Tom

Publisher:

ISBN: 1772583413

Category: Electronic books

Page: 233

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Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers: Culinary cultures, diasporic dishes and familial foodways explores the complex interplay between the important global issues of food, families and migration. We have an introduction and twelve additional chapters which we have organised into three parts: Part I Moving Meals, Markets and Migrant Mothers; Part II Migrating Mothers Performing Identity through Moving Meals; Part III Meanings and Experiences of Migrant Maternal Meals. Although these parts are not mutually exclusive, they are meant to emphasize socio-cultural and economic considerations of migrati.

Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers

Through cooking, women asserted themselves as good mothers but also as carers for the elderly and poor, who depend on ... Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers: Culinary cultures, diasporic dishes, and familial foodways offers the reader a ...

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Author: Abdullahi Osman El-Tom

Publisher: Demeter Press

ISBN: 9781772583403

Category: Social Science

Page: 280

View: 739

Moving Meals and Migrating Mothers: Culinary cultures, diasporic dishes and familial foodways explores the complex interplay between the important global issues of food, families, and migration. We have an introduction and twelve additional chapters which we have organised into three parts: Part I Moving Meals, Markets and Migrant Mothers; Part II Migrating Mothers Performing Identity through Moving Meals; Part III Meanings and Experiences of Migrant Maternal Meals. Although these parts are not mutually exclusive, they are meant to emphasize socio-cultural and economic considerations of migration (Part I), the food itself (Part II), and families (Part III). We have a wide geographic representation, including Europe (Ireland and France), the USA, Canada, New Zealand, and Korea. In addition, we have contributors from all stages of career, including full professors, as well recent doctoral graduates. Overall the contributions are interdisciplinary, and therefore use a variety of methodologies, although most make use of traditional social sciences methods, including interviews and ethnographic observations.

Maternal Theory

21st Century Motherhood: Experience, Iden-tity, Policy, Agency, edited by Andrea O'Reilly, Columbia University Press, 2010, ... Moving Meals and Migrant Mothers: Culinary Cultures, Diasporic Dishes and Familial Foodways, edited by Tanya ...

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Author: Andrea O'Reilly

Publisher: Demeter Press

ISBN: 9781772584035

Category: Social Science

Page: 1000

View: 359

Theory on mothers, mothering and motherhood has emerged as a distinct body of knowledge within Motherhood Studies and Feminist Theory more generally. This collection, The Second Edition of Maternal Theory: Essential Readings introduces readers to this rich and diverse tradition of maternal theory. Composed of 60 chapters the 2nd edition includes two sections: the first with the classic texts by Adrienne Rich, Nancy Chodorow, Sara Ruddick, Alice Walker, Barbara Katz Rothman, bell hooks, Sharon Hays, Patricia Hill-Collins, Audre Lorde, Daphne de Marneffe, Judith Warner, Patrice diQinizio, Susan Maushart, and many more. The second section includes thirty new chapters on vital and new topics including Trans Parenting, Non-Binary Parenting, Queer Mothering, Matricentric Feminism, Normative Motherhood, Maternal Subjectivity, Maternal Narratology, Maternal Ambivalence, Maternal Regret, Monstrous Mothers, The Migrant Maternal, Reproductive Justice, Feminist Mothering, Feminist Fathering, Indigenous Mothering, The Digital Maternal, The Opt-Out Revolution, Black Motherhoods, Motherlines, The Motherhood Memoir, Pandemic Mothering, and many more. Maternal Theory is essential reading for anyone interested in motherhood as experience, ideology, and identity.

Migration in an Era of Restriction and Recession

back on the variety and quality of food, or choosing between food and other necessities. For instance, a single mother of three told us she ate less during the months after her arrest, but that the children sometimes refused to eat when ...

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Author: David L. Leal

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319244457

Category: Political Science

Page: 304

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We live in an age of global migration. The number of immigrants worldwide is large and growing. At the same time, public and political reactions against immigrants have grown in the US, the UK, Canada, and other traditional and non-traditional receiving nations. In response to this trend, this book assembles an interdisciplinary group of scholars to better understand two dimensions of contemporary immigration policy – a growing enforcement and restriction regime in receiving nations, and the subsequent effects on sending nations. It begins with three background chapters on immigration politics and policies in the United States, Europe, and Mexico. This is followed by eleven chapters about specific receiving and sending nations – four for the United States, three for Europe, and four for the sending nations of Mexico, Turkey, Peru, and Poland. This selection of cases and the multidisciplinary approach provides a unique perspective that supplements more standard case studies and disciplinary research. By discussing a greater range of nations and topics—the global consequences of increased deportations, stronger border security, greater travel restrictions, stagnant economies, and the loss of remittances—this volume fills a significant gap in the current body of literature. As such, this book is of interest to immigration policy scholars and students of all levels as well as individuals in think tanks, advocacy communities, the media, and governments. ​

Migration Diaspora Exile

Helen's mother, in contrast, is said to always prepare balanced and nutritious meals, even if the family meals tended to ... However, by the time she begins narrating her story, she has problems with moving from the actual to the ideal.

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Author: MESEA (Organization). Conference

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781793617019

Category: Emigration and immigration

Page: 320

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"Migration, Diaspora, Exile examines narratives of affiliation and escape that imagine migration to and in Europe and the Americas in terms of kinship, community, and refuge. They investigate a broad range of literary, cinematic, and civic interventions in past and present constructions of diasporic, migratory, or exilic identities"--

Marriage Migration in Asia

In Itsuko's words, My children and I always discussed the lunch boxes students brought every day to the Japanese school. We could tell a mother's nationality based on the lunch. Japanese mothers created beautiful lunches and they all ...

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Author: Sari K. Ishii

Publisher: NUS Press

ISBN: 9789814722100

Category: Social Science

Page: 304

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Men are disadvantaged in the marriage markets of many Asian countries, and in some cases their response is to look abroad for a partner. Receiving countries for marriage migrants include Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore, while the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and parts of mainland China supply wives to these territories. In the absence of uniform international regulations concerning the rights and obligations of partners, such unions are treated differently in different jurisdiction. In extreme cases migrants or their children become stateless, and when marriages break down, migrants sometimes face major legal problems. In such circumstances, marriage migrants are often portrayed as powerless, uneducated victims. Rejecting this perspective, the authors in this volume explore the agency of women who migrate abroad to acquire opportunities unavailable to them in their homelands. They show that the trajectories of marriage migrants are often not a simple movement from home to destination but can involve return, repeated, or extended migrations, and that these transitions that can alter geographies of power in economics, nationality or ethnicity. Based on features shared by many marriage migrants, the book identifies them as an emerging minority at the frontier of the nation-state, a group whose status may well carry over to future generations.

Child and Youth Migration

She has a senseof having a privilegedlife in Nigeria whereshe is well taken care of, eats good food, lives in good ... Yetshe feels time moving onwithout any evidence that her mother is coming back or that she willgo to stay with her ...

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Author: A. Veale

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137280671

Category: Social Science

Page: 252

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This edited collection captures the intersection between migration, mobility and childhood studies. Contributors explore under-researched child and youth short-term and micro movements within major migration fluxes that occur in response to migration and global change.

Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Migration and Exile

emotions tend to be expressed in relation to primal things such as food . Food takes on special relevance because it symbolizes the earliest structured link with the mother or the mother's breast . Thus the immigrant may vehemently ...

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Author: León Grinberg

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300102046

Category: Psychology

Page: 230

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In this book Drs. Lesn and Rebeca Grinberg provide the first psychoanalytic study of both normal and pathological reactions to migration and to the special case of exile. Drawing on rich clinical material, on literature, and on myth, the Grinbergs discuss the relationship between migration and the language and age of the traveler; they consider its effects on the migrant's sense of identity; and they draw insightful analogies between the migratory experience and human development.

Migration Familie und soziale Lage

Nacho and Aurora both left El Salvador in 1989 under a political refugee program and migrated to Perth with their ... and later took a casual job caring for aged persons – cleaning their houses, preparing meals and bathing them.

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Author: Thomas Geisen

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 9783531941271

Category: Social Science

Page: 331

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Das Thema „Migration und Familie" findet seit einigen Jahren verstärkt Beachtung. Dies geschieht meist im Zusammenhang mit der Thematisierung von Problemen und Defiziten, insbesondere in den Bereichen Bildung und Erziehung, sowie in Bezug auf das Geschlechterverhältnis. In anderer Weise erfolgt diese Thematisierung im Care-Bereich: Während einerseits Familien bei der Betreuung und Pflege von Angehörigen zunehmend auf die Arbeit von Migrant/innen angewiesen sind, wird anderseits gerade diese Konstellation zur Belastungen für die Familien der Migrant/innen. Die Beiträge des Bandes greifen die Vielfalt und Widersprüchlichkeit familialer Praxen im Kontext von Migration auf und liefern differenzierte Analysen zu aktuellen Fragen von Bildung, Gender und Care.