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Migration processes affect migrants' families and family relations - in complex and diverse ways. Family fragmentation lasting for years or even decades, access to citizenship and welfare state resources change concepts of parenting and care as well as gender relations.In this volume, authors from Europe, the MENA region and North America discuss the diversity and dynamics of migrant families, including the individual and collective challenges, strategies and agencies. They specially focus on gender dimensions and crisis intervention.
Lydia Potts (PhD) teaches Migration Studies and Gender Studies at Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany. She directs the working group »Migration - Gender - Politics« and coordinates the Erasmus Mundus Master Course »European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations« (EMMIR).Ulrike Lingen-Ali (PhD) teaches Education and Migration Studies at Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg.
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