Counting Migrants, Defining Families and Producing the State: Towards an Understanding of Practices of Counting in the Context of the Overseas Work

The study examined practices of counting pertaining to transnational labor migration (i.e., the ways in which migrants are comprehended in numerical terms, including the processes through which numbers pertaining to and measuring migrants are produced; the ways in which the output of these various practices are circulated, interpreted, or contested by various actors) and their relationship to ‘statehood’, ‘citizenship’, and ‘kinship’. 

Name of Awardee: 

Resto Cruz

Year Awarded: 

2011

Project No.: 

MRA37
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