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Title: Psychosocial and Economic Experiences of Gulf States
Authors: Meskerem, Mulatu
Advisors: Mulumebet Zenebe,
Keywords: Women Domestic
Copyright: Mar-2011
Date Added: 3-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: The main purposes of this study are to explore the psychosocial and economic experiences of Gulf States returnee Ethiopian women domestic workers. It also attempts to investigate the push and pull factors as well as the discrepancies between the expectation of the domestic workers and the reality that they face in the country of destination. Methodologically, this study is qualitative method, among the five qualitative method approaches, narrative approach is employed. A primary and secondary data are used to operationalise the study. Primary data has been collected through in‐depth interview with the informants and key informants of the study. As a secondary data archival records are used. The findings of this research show that: 1) Traumatic and life threatening experiences
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3614
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