Changing Boundaries and Redefining Relations : Migration and Work Experiences of Brazilian Women in Germany

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Since the 1990s, Brazilian migrations have not only become diversified in motivation, profile and destiny but display a noticeable feminization especially in the German context. There, Brazilian women have faced entangled gendered migration and labour regimes, with the consequences that many of them had to formalize bi-national partnership via marriage in order to ʹstayʹ and ʹworkʹ. However, ʹworkʹ turned out to be a highly contested field, structured by exclusionary practices and penetrated by multiple socio-cultural ascriptions and signifying practices, but which also provided space for ʺboundary workʺ (Lan 2003) on the part of the Brazilian women. By looking at three case studies, the paper explores their views and experiences on ʹworkʹ related to the intersection of their gender, race/ethnicity, class and nationality, and embeds them within the broader frame of the feminization of (Brazilian) migration and gendered/ethnicized labour contexts in Germany.

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ISO 690LIDOLA, Maria, 2013. Changing Boundaries and Redefining Relations : Migration and Work Experiences of Brazilian Women in Germany. In: FIAR: Forum for Inter-American Research. 2013, 6(2). eISSN 1867-1519
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@article{Lidola2013Chang-46136,
  year={2013},
  title={Changing Boundaries and Redefining Relations : Migration and Work Experiences of Brazilian Women in Germany},
  url={http://interamericaonline.org/volume-6-2/lidola/},
  number={2},
  volume={6},
  journal={FIAR: Forum for Inter-American Research},
  author={Lidola, Maria}
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