Globalization and the restructuring of the global economy have created new opportunities for
employment. Many new forms of employment have sparked the development of urban life
throughout the developing world and attracted rural populations to city centers in search of
capital gain. Women make up a significant portion of the labor force in the developing world—
particularly in export factories. The rise of the pink collar economy, or assembly line work, has
disrupted traditional gender roles and expanded women’s spatial mobility into the wage earning economy.
As women in the developing world strive to meet cultural reproductive demands and
household expectations, the economy has presented them with the additional responsibility as
financial providers. Negotiating motherhood expectations and meeting financial demands
creates many challenges for women as they struggle to satisfy both of these areas. The context
of motherhood and mothering are changing as women strive to meet new expectations. As
many women migrate for employment, mothering from afar and relying on kinfolk or “hired
domestic help” to assist with meeting their household responsibilities appears to be a common
trend. However, traditional expectations of motherhood are still present despite the changing
climate of economic survival and development of nuanced parenting strategies.
In America, many women from the developing world are hired as domestic workers or nannies.
Their lives are complicated by caring for another family’s child(ren), while their own offspring
are left in the hands of “other mothers” in a different country. These transnational mothers
not only criticize their own choices for migrating to provide financially for their families but are
significantly critiqued by their relatives, children and employers.
Book uploaded…. Chapter 15… Respond to the following questions in 600 words
1. What are the motivational factors leading to women migrating for employment?
2. What challenges do migrant women endure in the labor market and their employers?
3. What are the social and cultural challenges to transnational motherhood?
4. How do families cope with the emotional rearrangement of families?
5. Discuss your personal opinion about this chapter/topic.
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