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Migration status and transnational mothering: The case of Filipino migrants in France

Bibliographic reference Fresnoza-Flot, Asuncion. Migration status and transnational mothering: The case of Filipino migrants in France. In: Global Networks (Oxford) : a journal of transnational affairs, Vol. 9, no.2, p. 252-270 (avril 2009)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078/129225
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