7 edition of Male outmigration and matri-weighted households found in the catalog.
|Series||Women in development ;, v. 1, Women in development (Delhi, India) ;, v. 1.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1745.5 .N38 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||91901522|
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Delhi: Hindustan Publ. Corp. Google Scholar Nisbett, R. E., & Cohen, D. () Culture of honor: The psychology of violence in the by: 3. Downloadable (with restrictions). Abstract In Nepal, international migration is a highly gendered phenomenon. Compared to global figures, where women make up about half of the world’s migrant population, 90% of Nepalese migrants are men.
Many of these men migrate alone to earn wages abroad while their families stay behind. This level of male out-migration in Nepal occurs in a context Male outmigration and matri-weighted households book by: 1. Book review Full text access Male outmigration and matri-weighted households: A case study Male outmigration and matri-weighted households book a Punjabi village in Pakistan: by Naveed-i-Rahat, xiv + pages.
Hindustan Publishing Corporation, Delhi, Hard cover, UK£ (“Women in Development,” Volume I, Series editor, T. Scarlett Epstein). This book critically examines the socio-economic impacts of out-migration on households and gender dynamics in rural northern India.
The first of its kind, this study unearths, through detailed regional and demographical research, the ways Male outmigration and matri-weighted households book which economic and migratory trends of male family members in rural India in general, and hilly regions of Garhwal in particular, affect the wives.
Male Out-migration and Women in Rural Bihar: A Socio-legal Study | 23 women whose Male outmigration and matri-weighted households book have out-migrated and they stay back in origin community in the villages under study. The study, however, does not intend to either claim or aim to be generalisable to a larger context.
Extrapolation to the larger migration experience is not the. Male outmigration and matri-weighted households: A case study Male outmigration and matri-weighted households book a Punjabi village in Pakistan by Naveed-i-Rahat, xiv + pages. Hindustan Publishing Corporation, Delhi, Hard cover, UK£ Downloadable.
Male out-migration is the most often adopted strategy in rural areas to surmount risks associated with agriculture and to diversify income. There are various reasons for the increased exodus of labor from rural areas, such as underdevelopment, unemployment, less availability of non-farm jobs and population pressure.
Uttar Pradesh has the highest number of male by: 1. This is a digitized version of a report on the impacts of male outmigration on women’s roles in food production in the former Yemen Arab Republic (YAR), written under contract with the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in File Size: 2MB.
Moreover, attempt to understand the impact of male outmigration within the framework of women empowerment has been largely absent (Sinha et al., ). A systematic review of literature using reputed bibliographic databases resulted in the mapping of relevant literature on male.
Male outmigration and matri-weighted households: A case study of a Punjabi village in Pakistan by Na May Women s Studies International Forum Patricia JefferyAuthor: Masooda Bano.
Rural Out-Migration and Family Life in Cities in Mongolia Shi, Anqing () There is a growing concern among Male outmigration and matri-weighted households book makers and the international development community about the rapid concentration of migrants in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar (UB) and its social, economic, and environmental consequences (UNDP, ).
Male out-migration and the women left-behind: A case study of a small farming community in southeastern Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Paper Google Scholar Mondain, N., Diagne, A. ().Cited by: 5. The Effect of Male Outmigration on Women's Empowerment in Nepal. Chandan Sapkota and Dainn Wie ().
NoGRIPS Discussion Papers from National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies Abstract: Male outmigration is rapidly increasing in Nepal, leading the amount of remittance inflows to exceed 20% of GDP in This article examines the impact of male outmigration on women's empowerment Author: Chandan Sapkota, Dainn Wie.
Naveed-i-Rahat () Male Outmigration and Matri-Weighted Households: A Case study of a Punj abi Village in Pakistan, Delhi: Hindustan Publishing Corporation. Oberai, A. and H. Singh () 'Migration, Remittances and Rural Development: Findings of a Case Study in the Indian Punjab', International Labour Review, (2): Book Reviews.
Managerial Unionism: Issues in Perspective by Baldev R. Sharma. Male Outmigration and Matri-weighted Households: Male Outmigration and Matri-weighted Households: A Case Study of a Punjabi Village in Pakistan by Naveed-I-Rahat (pp. Temporary out-migration (as a component of circular migration) is an institution in the Sudano-Sahelian region (Guilmoto,Cordell et al.,Piché and Cordell, ).
Temporary out-migration has become an integral part of family economy in many settings, and is well established in many rural West African by: 2. 5 For details see, Naveed-i-Rahat, Male Out-migration and Matri-Weighted Households: A Case Study of a Punjabi Village in Pakistan (Delhi: Hindustan Publishing Corporation, ); Anjum Alvi, Bearers of Grief: Death, Women, Gifts, and Kinship in Muslim Punjab (Ph.
Diss., Free University of Berlin,File Size: KB. Household out-migration and health. Table 2 shows that household out-migration is a crucial determinant of psychosocial health compared to most other explanatory variables in the models. Adults in migrant households seem to be more vulnerable to high blood pressure and depressive by: To meet the objective, women from migrant households were surveyed in two randomly selected villages of Uttar Pradesh using snowball methodology.
The study found that the impact of male out-migration on women has both positive and negative facets. Migration has increased their household income, thereby increasing their social status in by: 1.
Naveed-i-Rahat Islamabad, Pakistan Welcome to my blog. I am a Professor of Anthropology with research interests on socio-cultural issues. Male Outmigration and Women’s Wor and Empowerment in Agriculture iii CONTENTS Acknowledgments v Abbreviations and Acronyms vii Foreword ix Executive Summary xi Chapter One: Introduction 1 Chapter Two: Country Context: Nepal and Senegal 5 Nepal’s.
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Cited by: Until recently, rural households in southeastern Mexico have survived on subsistence and chili farming. But over the last decade, male out-migration to the United States has also become a popular livelihood strategy.
This case study used data from semi-structured qualitative interviews to assess the effects of male out-migration on women's lives in three areas: households' financial and Cited by: 8. Based on the results of fieldwork conducted in Nepal, the paper argues that male out-migration adds to the workload of the women left behind, reduces women’s and men’s subjective attachment to agriculture in the area of origin and changes the values associated with land and agriculture.
Male outmigration, intra-household decision-making and agricultural production: the case of Nepal 1. Male outmigration, intra-household decision-making and agricultural production: the case of Nepal Vanya Slavchevska (CIAT), Cheryl Doss (University of Oxford, PIM), Susan Kaaria (FAO), Anuja Kar, Economist (The World Bank Group).
Male out-migration, sexual risk behaviors, and their association with married men's HIV serostatus. An analysis of sex risk behaviors by male out-migration status was conducted based on the survey data for married men (Table 3).
Among active migrants, the multivariate models demonstrate that the odds of HIV seropositivity were higher if they Cited by: and are mainly attributed to high incidence of male out-migration from the hill areas (Mamgain, ). It is intriguing to observe a sharp decline in child sex ratio by over 33 In bigger villages (having over households) population growth has been rather positive and well above one per cent during the decade TheseFile Size: 2MB.
• Male out-migration is a central economic fact for households in Maulali • Migration brings both risks and benefits for the migrant and his sending households.
• Effects of migration are highly gendered, with the absence of men inferring a higher work burden on women-left-behind and added stress of managing household-level decisionFile Size: KB. in the households and communities of rural Bihar (Datta and Mishra, ).
It is also true that male outmigration is not a new phenomenon in the state. But women outnumbering men at polling booths, especially in the wake of state's pro-women policies, is certainly a new phenomenon that calls for attention. Recent report of. Get this from a library.
Women in Agriculture: the Impact of Male Out-Migration on Women's Agency, Household Welfare, and Agricultural Productivity. [World Bank.;] -- Migration is transforming rural economies, landscapes, and potentially, gender relations. Migration is one of the drivers of the so-called feminization of agriculture in Latin America.
The effects of male out-migration on household food security in rural Nepal In Nepal, international migration is a highly gendered phenomenon. Compared to global figures, where women make up about half of the world’s migrant population, 90% of Nepalese migrants are men.
This book critically examines the socio-economic impacts of out-migration on households and gender dynamics in rural northern India.
The first of its kind, this study unearths, through detailed regional and demographical research, the ways in which economic and migratory trends of male family member.
As measured by its per-capita income, Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, with large parts of its population trapped in poverty within a stunning, but difficult to control natural environment. Under these conditions, since the wake of the 21st century, international labour migration and the associated remittances of large amounts of foreign exchange have rapidly gained.
This research responds to a growing interest within development in the feminization of agriculture as a potentially empowering or disempowering global process of change, conceptualized through the ways that male out-migration affects the labor and decision-making roles of women and other household members left behind on the farm.
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This monograph looks at the lives of women who remain behind in rural areas when men of the household migrate to seek employment elsewhere. It examines the importance of male out-migration to issues as forms of productivity and output, women's rearrangement of work and income, investments in farming, exchanges between women and migrant husbands, and stresses felt by by:.
Migration has become a pdf of concern at the global, pdf, and national levels. Like the case of many developing countries, Ethiopia has been facing increasing challenges related to rural out-migration. This study aimed to analyze factors that determine rural communities’ decision to migrate to internal and international destinations in Habru district of Northeast by: 2.
Poverty and household food security are much debated issues in development download pdf, and women's contributions to food and economic security have received attention for the last 15 years.
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