By Kristin E. Yarris
Global inequalities make it tricky for folks in constructing international locations to supply for his or her kids. a few be certain that migration looking for larger wages is their simply desire. Many stories have checked out how migration transforms the child–parent courting. yet what occurs to different generational relationships while moms migrate?
Care throughout Generations takes a detailed examine grandmother care in Nicaraguan transnational households, interpreting either the structural and gendered inequalities that inspire migration and caregiving in addition to the cultural values that maintain intergenerational care. Kristin E. Yarris broadens the transnational migrant tale past the parent–child courting, situating care throughout generations and embedded in the family networks in sending nations. instead of casting the implications of women's migration in migrant sending international locations completely by way of a "care deficit," Yarris exhibits how intergenerational reconfigurations of care function a source for the health of youngsters and different kin who remain in the back of after transnational migration. relocating our standpoint throughout borders and over generations, Care throughout Generations indicates the social and ethical worth of intergenerational take care of modern transnational families.