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The Makings Of Migrant Subjectivities

Time and intersectionality in the transnational everyday lives of Latin American women in Barcelona

Kara Hanna

Latin American women represent an emblematic group in contemporary ‘South’ to ‘North’ labour migration. The Spanish ‘immigration boom’ from the 1990s up to the time of the economic crisis has also shown a high propensity of women migrants from this region. Employed largely in the service sector, Latin American women have been pioneers in migratory chains and heads of transnational households. While it is important to recognise women migrants as economically active workers and breadwinners, paying attention only to the work that migrants do excludes a vast diversity of desires and trajectories Publications of the Faculty of Social Sciences 2016:22 Social work

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