Women and children in a neighborhood advocacy group: engaging community and refashioning citizenship at the United States–Mexico border

@article{Bosco2011WomenAC,
  title={Women and children in a neighborhood advocacy group: engaging community and refashioning citizenship at the United States–Mexico border},
  author={F. Bosco and S. Aitken and T. Herman},
  journal={Gender, Place & Culture},
  year={2011},
  volume={18},
  pages={155 - 178}
}
  • F. Bosco, S. Aitken, T. Herman
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • Gender, Place & Culture
  • This article looks at the community participation of recent Latina immigrant mothers and their children in a neighborhood advocacy group near the US–Mexico border. It documents the work that women and children do as they struggle to become involved in their new community and improve their quality of life – despite legal, social, economic and cultural obstacles. Local context, family and ethnic networks, gendered patterns of women's experiences as immigrants and children participation in ‘adult… CONTINUE READING
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