Women from North Move to South Contemporary Migration from the former Soviet Union countries to Turkey by Oksana Koshulko

Women from North Move to South: Turkey's Female Movers from the Former Soviet Union Countries by Oksana Koshulko

Women from North Move to South: Turkey's Female Movers from the Former Soviet Union Countries
by Oksana Koshulko

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Oksana Koshulko in "Women from North Move to South: Contemporary Migration from the former Soviet Union countries to Turkey" tells us about migration of women from the Former Soviet Union countries to Turkey. The book draws on a pioneering research in this area discussing the results from a field research carried out in Turkey. Koshulko interviewed women from the Former Soviet Union countries to understand their motives, difficulties and struggles they go through in their lives in Turkey. She explores their common problems in Turkey, their education, opportunities and restrictions with reference to broader economic and political circumstances.

CONTENT

  • Acknowledgements
  • About Author
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 Motivations, Satisfaction, Expectations and Careers in Turkey
  • Chapter 2 Socio-economics and Politics in the countries of the Former Soviet Union and Turkey
  • Chapter 3 Challenges faced by Migrant Women in Turkey
  • Chapter 4 Human Capital: Potential for Turkey
  • Chapter 5 Varying Causes and Outcomes of Movement for women
  • Conclusions
  • References

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Oksana KOSHULKO

Dr Oksana Koshulko earned her PhD in Economic Sciences at the National University of Food Technologies in Kyiv. She is an Associate Professor and a member of the Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS), USA. She studies migration, women, human capital and gender issues.

CREDITS: Cover Design: Gizem Çakır

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