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Migrant labor in the Persian Gulf
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Éditeur Columbia University Press
Année cop. 2012
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Titre
Migrant labor in the Persian Gulf
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Description
1 vol. (XII-238 p.) ; 23 cm
Notes
Notes bibliogr. Index
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Sujets
Classification Dewey
331.544 095 3
Contenu
Situating migrant labor in the Persian Gulf / Mehran Kamrava and Zahra Babar ; Beyond labor : foreign residents in the Persian Gulf states / Attiya Ahmad ; Why do they keep coming? : labor migrants in the Gulf states / Andrew Gardner ; Socio-spatial boundaries in Abu Dhabi / Jane Bristol Rhys ; Informality and its discontents : mapping migrant worker trajectories into Dubai's informal economy / Pardis Mahdavi ; Migration, networks, and connectedness across the Indian Ocean / Caroline Osella and Filippo Osella ; India-Gulf migration : corruption and capacity in regulating recruitment agencies / Mary Breeding ; Nepali migrants to the Gulf cooperation council countries : values, behaviors, and plans / Nathalie E. Williams, Arland Thornton, Dirgha J. Ghimire, Linda C. Young-DeMarco, and Mansoor Moaddel ; The legal regulation of migrant workers, politics, and identity in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates / David Mednicoff ; Protecting migrants' rights in the Gulf cooperation council / Susan F. Martin ; Index
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978-0-231-70364-2
0-231-70364-3
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