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陈雪   社会科学文献出版社  2018-06 出版
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跨境婚姻移民是亚洲区域内部移民女性化趋势中一个独特的现象。亚洲跨境婚姻移民现象之间有着什么样的共同联系?跨境婚姻移民在云南又有何独特之处?本书在性别与移民研究互动产生的多元交织分析框架之下,从时空交织性、身份交织性以及行动交织性去分析云南跨境婚姻移民现象的产生动因与特点,去描绘婚姻移民的日常生活,去探讨妇女在跨国底层空间家庭与社区空间的能动性与限制,并从其他国家和地区的治理经验中,去探寻新的、适合本土的灵活治理策略。
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  • “云南大学西南边疆少数民族研究中心文库”编委会
  • 禀承优良传统 创建一流学科
  • 前言
  • 导论
    1. 一 研究缘起
    2. 二 国内研究综述
    3. 三 选题的背景和意义
    4. 四 概念界定
    5. 五 研究方法与创新点
  • 第一章 国际移民发展趋势
    1. 第一节 全球移民时代的到来
    2. 第二节 国际移民的女性化趋势
    3. 第三节 亚洲跨境婚姻移民的特征及影响
  • 第二章 国际移民与移民性别化研究的理论
    1. 第一节 国际移民研究的主要理论
    2. 第二节 性别与移民研究的互动
    3. 第三节 多元交织分析框架的运用与本土实践
  • 第三章 云南跨境婚姻移民剧增的时空交织性
    1. 第一节 “佐米亚”区域概念与族群人口迁徙演变
    2. 第二节 跨境婚姻移民的剧增趋势及时代特征
    3. 第三节 跨境婚姻移民剧增的动因
  • 第四章 云南跨境婚姻移民的社会身份交织性
    1. 第一节 跨境婚姻移民的“非法性”建构
    2. 第二节 跨境婚姻移民的媒体建构
    3. 第三节 跨境婚姻移民的劳动力身份
  • 第五章 云南跨境婚姻移民的行动交织性
    1. 第一节 作为行动主体的跨境婚姻移民
    2. 第二节 家庭空间中的跨境婚姻移民
    3. 第三节 跨境婚姻移民的积极社会行动与逃避策略
  • 第六章 云南跨境婚姻移民的社会治理
    1. 第一节 移民与国家政治
    2. 第二节 亚洲地区婚姻移民治理政策的转变及启示
    3. 第三节 本土婚姻移民的治理困境与变革方向
  • 结语
    1. 一 研究的主要发现
    2. 二 研究的不足和遗憾
    3. 三 对未来深入研究的展望
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