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Transnational perspectives on intersecting experiences: gender, social class and generation among Southeast Asian migrants and their families

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Bibliographic reference Fresnoza, Asuncion ; Shinozaki, Kyoko. Transnational perspectives on intersecting experiences: gender, social class and generation among Southeast Asian migrants and their families. In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 43, no.6, p. 867-884 (2017)
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