Hmong Women Down Under: Diaspora, Gender and Agency in Contemporary Australia
This thesis is an ethnographic study into the life experiences of five first-generation Hmong refugee women now living in Australia. Hmong migrant women's narratives of mobility, displacement and resettlement provide the basis for analysing successive phases of migration, as it took place from Laos to their arrival in Sydney and Canberra. Through processes of forced migration, family breakup and a shifting of gendered roles in the family, the women in this thesis have transformed their lives...[Show more]
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