By Aija Lulle, Russell King
This e-book explores how the genuine stipulations and subjective conceptions of ageing and health and wellbeing are reworked whilst humans circulation from one state to a different. concentrating on getting old woman migrants from Latvia within the united kingdom and different eu nations, this e-book is predicated on fifty life-history interviews with girls elderly 40s-60s. Empirical chapters be aware of sensible health and wellbeing in migration, together with entry to the commercial citizenship of labor, source of revenue, pensions, and lodging, and on psychosocial health, and explores Latvian women’s stories of intimate citizenship in migration. moreover, the authors’ examine demanding situations the trope of vulnerability which usually surrounds the framing of older migrants’ lives. The study’s findings provide policy-makers insights into the realities of growing older operating migrants and advocates for a extra inclusive transnational citizenship, higher operating stipulations, and ongoing care preparations for older migrants post-retirement, both overseas or again home.
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Young citizens in national states as well as young, legal migrants, especially those with higher education, are almost unquestionably seen as ‘value’, while in migratory contexts ageing people are rarely addressed as full citizens with their attendant rights, practices, and aspirations. Perhaps the most innovative lens through which we can see ageing, gender, and migration is that of embodied and intimate citizenship (Bacchi and Beasley 2002; Grabham 2007), which in turn links to the wider and more powerful notion of erotic agency.
Ageing, Gender, and Labour Migration by Aija Lulle, Russell King