A Study on International Migration of Skilled Women in Christian Community from Pathanamthitta District, Kerala (Semi Structured Qualitative Study)


Authors : Jesbin S Thomas; Dr.Vini Sivanandan; Dr.Kailash Chandra Das

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 10 - October

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It is not always, international migration from developing countries is a male subject,but women too have a significant business in that. That is not just women go behind men as housewives or housemaids, but the migration with autonomy. Yes, we are talking about the Malayalee women emigrants those are skilled enough to take home a mass amount of remittance. The approach here is to understand thesocio-economical and the motivational factors about migration at the place of origin and the lifestyle outcomes of the place of destination from the respondents those are in destination countries. The study comprises 30 semi-structured scheduled interviews with professional women labours. To be a successful emigrant, the family and the community is impacting their decision making, and they are teaching the required skills by timely.

Keywords : Women Emigration; International Migration; Skilled Labour Force;Christian Women; Push-Pull; Lee's Theory

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