Transcending Boundaries: Indian Nurses in Internal and International Migration

Published By: CWDS on eSS | Published Date: June, 03 , 2007

This paper discusses the case of Indian nurses who take up their profession as part of a family strategy, where planning for education and migration are intrinsic to the whole process. In effect, they migrate in a step-by-step phased manner: first within Indian states, mainly to metropolises, then to countries in the Persian Gulf, and further towards the West. It is not a simple, linear course of migration for them nor is it unique in any extraordinary way: yet their stories offer a terrain that is hitherto unexplored.

Author(s): Sreelekha Nair, Marie Percot | Posted on: Jun 03, 2010 | Views(957) | Download (123)


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