Chapter 4 Delve Deeper (Additional Readings)

Chapter 4 Delve Deeper (Additional Readings)

Selena: The Model Wife

Boehm, D. A., 2008. ‘Now I am a man and a woman!’ Gendered moves and migrations in a transnational Mexican community. Latin American Perspectives, 35(1), 16–30.

Cliggett, L., 2005. Remitting the gift: Zambian mobility and anthropological insights for migration studies. Population, Space and Place, 11(1), 35–48.

Constable, N. 2009. The commodification of intimacy: Marriage, sex, and reproductive labor. Annual Review of Anthropology, 38, 49–64.

Frank, R. and Wildsmith, E., 2005. The grass widows of Mexico: Migration and union dissolution in a binational context. Social Forces, 83(3), 919–947.

Grigolini, S., 2005. When houses provide more than shelter. In Migration and economy: Global and local dynamics. L. Trager, ed. Lanham: Altamira Press, pp.193–224.

Hondagneu-Sotelo, P., 1994. Gendered transitions: Mexican experiences of immigration. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Mauss, M., 2002 (1925). The gift: The form and reason for exchange in archaic societies. New York: Routledge.

McEvoy, J., Petrzelka, P., Radel, C. and Schmook, B., 2012. Gendered mobility and morality in a south-eastern Mexican community: Impacts of male labour migration on the women left behind. Mobilities, 7(3), 369–388.

Reeder, L., 2003. Widows in white: Migration and the transformation of rural Italian women, Sicily, 1880–1920. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Stephen, L., 2007. Transborder lives: Indigenous Oaxacans in Mexico, California, and Oregon. Durham: Duke University Press.

Yabiku, S. T., Agadjanian, V. and Sevoyan, A., 2010. Husbands’ labour migration and wives’ autonomy, Mozambique 2000–2006. Population Studies, 64(3), 293–306.

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