More Than Masculinity: Experiences of Male Migrant Nurses in London

@inproceedings{Panopio2010MoreTM,
  title={More Than Masculinity: Experiences of Male Migrant Nurses in London},
  author={Sandra Panopio},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract This project explores how the motivations and experiences of Filipino male migrant nurses in London are shaped by dominant discourses of migration in the Philippines. It aims to problematise perspectives of male nurses in Western literature by revealing the complexities of identity formation in the daily lives of five male nurses from the Philippines. Semi-structured interviews were utilized to reveal the strategies used by the participants to negotiate their multiple identities by… CONTINUE READING

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