Intergenerational Relations and Gendered Transmissions: Conflicts, Reparations and Solidarities
This chapter expands study of the linkages between intergenerational relations, migration and the gendered processes of transfer. In particular it investigates how far psychosocial transfers can be taken up by daughters and used to enhance their life chances. As part of this it explores how gendered ideologies and practices are transmitted intergenerationally.
KeywordsGender Migration Intergenerational transfer Human wellbeing Latin America
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