Vol 3, No 6 (2013)

Law in the Everyday Lives of Transnational Families

Issue edited by Betty de Hart (Radboud University Nijmegen), Wibo van Rossum (Utrecht University) and Iris Sportel (Radboud University Nijmegen).

Table of Contents


Law in the Everyday Lives of Transnational Families: An Introduction PDF
Betty De Hart, Wibo van Rossum, Iris Sportel 991-1003

Thematic Articles

Migrant Workers, Legal Tactics, and Fragile Family Formation in Hong Kong PDF
Nicole Constable 1004-1022
Seeking Access to Long-Term Care: Legal Consciousness of Dutch Retirement Migrants on the Costa Blanca PDF
Anoeshka Gehring 1023-1040
Juggling Citizenships for Transnational Familyhood: Mainland Chinese Immigrants in Canada and Their 'Return' Migration to China PDF
Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho 1041-1056
Mixed Couples and Islamic Family Law in Egypt: Legal Consciousness in Transnational Social Space PDF
Friso Kulk, Betty De Hart 1057-1069
Gendered Struggles over Residency Rights when Turkish Immigrant Marriages Break up PDF
Anika Liversage 1070-1090
“Because It's an Islamic Marriage” Conditions Upon Marriage and after Divorce in Transnational Dutch-Moroccan and Dutch-Egyptian Marriages PDF
Iris Sportel 1091-1110
Resolving Family Disputes in the Gurbet: the Role of Kurdish Peace Committee and Roj Women PDF
Latif Tas 1111-1135

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