Download e-book for kindle: An Intercultural Theology of Migration by Tulud Cruz

By Tulud Cruz

ISBN-10: 9004181229

ISBN-13: 9789004181229

Drawing at the adventure of migrant ladies family staff, theological ethics, and liberationist theologies, this e-book bargains an intercultural theology of migration that arises from the (dis)continuities, (im)mobilities, and (dis)empowerment embedded in

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Before putting on a sexy outfit, face the mirror and ask yourself kung bagay o hindi (if it looks good on you or not) . . I suggest that those who are very pa-sexy, magtaxi na lang kayo para class ang dating (just take a taxi so you’ll look classy). We have to make ourselves respectable dahil gawa ng isa ay damay ang iba . . 68 For married DHs with children the effects of their absence as mother and wife constitute one of their deepest forms of oppressive transitions in the context of migration as Filipino women.

72 They feel afraid, that their children will drift away from them, because someone else is doing the nurturing. ” It appeals to mothers’ feeling guilty about the possibility of inflicting permanent traumas upon their children on account of their having to take on jobs outside the home. See John Bowlby, Child Care and the Growth of Love (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965), 77–8, as cited in Barbara Rogers, The Domestication of Women: Discrimination in Developing Societies (London: Tavistock Publications, 1980), 23–4.

It’s right there on the ground. It’s fully air-conditioned 24 hours a day. When we want to know what’s happening in the community, we just open the window and let all the news blow in. Filipinos live in freedom. Living on the 44th floor of an apartment is like being in a prison. . After spending 144 hours a week trapped inside an icebox I need to get out, to spread my wings, to meet my friends. Otherwise, I’ll go crazy”. 20 chapter one poor urban areas in the Philippines, create feelings of claustrophobia and forced confinement among them.

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