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International Marriages in the Time of Globalization $129.00
Editors: Elli K. Heikkilä (Institute of Migration, Finland), Brenda S. A. Yeoh (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Book Description:
This book focuses on the nexus between "marriage" and "migration" in the wake of the recent attention given to "foreign brides" and "mail-order brides". Also discussed herein are other aspects of love between couples and kith and kin, whether in inspiring mobility, or as affected by the crossing of borders. Where appropriate, arguments are contextualized within the broader political economy as well as demographic change. International marriages are an increasingly important phenomenon in many parts of the world and this book gives new knowledge about this wide topic from around the world.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Introduction
(Elli Heikkilä)

Asian countries

Chapter 1.What are “fake” or “real” marriages?: The experiences of Korean-Chinese marriage migrants in contemporary Korea, pp. 1-17
(Hyun Mee Kim)

Chapter 2. No love, no happy-ending?: The place of romantic love in the marriage business and brokered cross-cultural marriages, pp. 19-33
(Tokomo Nakamatsu)

Chapter 3. States of separation: (Re)negotiating emotional sentiments of affiliation in mainland Chinese/Hong Kong cross-border marriages, pp. 35-51
(Nicole Newendorp)

Chapter 4. Inside the home: power and negotiation in Filipina-Japanese marriages, pp. 53-67
(Nobue Suzuki)

Chapter 5. Gendered transnationalism from below: Capital, woman and family in Taiwan-Vietnam’s cross-border marriages, pp. 69-85
(Hong-zen Wang)

European Countries

Chapter 6. Multicultural marriages and their dynamics in Finland, pp. 89-102
(Elli Heikkilä)

Chapter 7. When love comes to town and when it is missing. International migration, marriage, divorce and being single in small towns and rural areas in Spain, pp. 103-116
(Ricard Morén-Alegret)

Chapter 8. Marriage migration, a matter of love or interest? Exploring bi-national marriages in the context of Swiss restrictive immigration policies, pp. 117-135
(Alexandra Stam)

Chapter 9. Emotions, international division of labor and circulation: the case of cabaret dancers in Switzerland, pp. 137-153
(Romaric Thiévent)

Chapter 10. The geographies of recruiting a partner from abroad: an exploration of Swedish data, pp. 155-169
(John Östh, Maarten van Ham and Thomas Niedomysl)

North American Countries

Chapter 11. Transnational and national belongings: Multiple identities of Finnish women in mixed marriages in the U.S., 1950s-present, pp. 173-186
(Johanna Leinonen)

Index

   Series:
      Family Issues in the 21st Century
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 7 x 10
   ISBN: 978-1-61761-065-3
   Status: AV
  
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