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 Philippine Nationhood & Class Relations in a Globalized AgeMigration Revolution

Kyoto CSEAS Series on Asian Studies11
Migration Revolution Philippine Nationhood & Class Relations in a Globalized Age

B5変 306ページ 並製
価格:3,740円 (消費税:340円)
ISBN978-4-87698-361-2 C3336
奥付の初版発行年月:2014年05月

内容紹介

Since the 1960s, overseas migration had become a major factor in the economy of the Philippines. It has also profoundly influenced the sense of nationhood of both migrants and nonmigrants. Migrant workers learned to view their home country as part of a plural world of nations, and they shaped a new sort of Filipino identity while appropriating the modernity of the outside world, where at least for a while they operated as insiders.

The global nomadism of Filipino workers brought about some fundamental reorientations. It revolutionized Philippine society, reignited a sense of nationhood, imposed new demands on the state, reconfigured the class structure, and transnationalized class and other social relations, even as it deterritorialized the state and impacted the destinations of migrant workers.

Philippine foreign policy now takes surprising turns in consideration of migrant workers and Filipinos living abroad. Many tertiary education institutions aim deliberately at the overseas employability of local graduates. And the "Fil-foreign" offspring of unions with partners from other nationalities add a new inflection to Filipino identity.

著者プロフィール

Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr.()

Filomeno V. AGUILAR is Dean, School of Social Sciences at the Ateneo de Manila University.

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