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ABSTRACTResearch on transnational relations has been increasing over the last two decades. Since 1997, when the notion of ‘transnational motherhood’ was investigated by Avila and Hondagneu-Sotelo,… (More)
The paper proposed is a case study of two Brno primary and secondary schools (which educate children ages 6 -16), where almost all the pupils are Roma. We describe the genesis of the process through… (More)
Vietnamese families in the Czech Republic often recruit Czech women to look after their children. Put in the context of the dominant scholarship, this is quite a unique case of care work in which the… (More)
Přispěvek je založen na analýze dat z výzkumu vietnamských rodin a jejich ceských chův prostřednictvim konceptu kosmopolitanismu. Nasi pozornost zaměřujeme na ideu domoviny jako soucast životnich… (More)
Abstract This article addresses the developing market of care and domestic work in the Czech Republic, a former socialist country. While the research on paid care and domestic work is growing, less… (More)
This article focuses on the private for-profit agencies providing eldercare that have recently emerged in the post-socialist Czech Republic, a country with strong familist tendencies in eldercare… (More)
Recenze na knihu Helma Lutz: The New Maids. Transnational Women and the Care Economy London, New York: Zed Books 2011, 241 s.
Cameron Lynne Macdonald: Shadow Mothers. Nannies, Au Pairs, and the Micropolitics of Mothering Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, University of California Press 2010, 292 s.