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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 June 2010

Ewa Palenga-Möllenbeck
Affiliation:
Department of Social Sciences, Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany E-mail: e.pm@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Majella Kilkey
Affiliation:
Department of Social Sciences, University of Hull, UK E-mail: M.M.Kilkey@hull.ac.uk
Helma Lutz
Affiliation:
Department of Social Sciences, Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany E-mail: lutz@soz.uni-frankfurt.de

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The following section provides a guide to sources on a range of topics related to the theme of migrant domestic and care work. This includes sources for information on migration trends and policies, on welfare states regimes, particularly their care dimensions, on labour laws, on demographic trends and on gender equality. The focus of the guide is largely on international sources of information, since the individual articles will have references to sources related to specific countries, and, while the latter may not be in English, the international sources will be.

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Themed Section on Domestic and Care Work at the Intersection of Welfare, Gender and Migration Regimes
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