Lines of Conflict of the Egyptian Society 1986-1988: Remigration, Segregation, Islam (Wives of Returned Migrant Workers)
- Stauth, Georg (Universität Bielefeld)
- Reichert, Christoph (Social Research Centre, American University in Cairo, Egypt)
- Weyland, Petra (Universität Bielefeld)
- Albrecht, Renate (Universität Bielefeld)
- El-Hamamsy, Laila (Social Research Centre, American University in Cairo, Egypt)
- Mehanna, Sohair (Social Research Centre, American University in Cairo, Egypt)
- Nada, A. (Social Research Centre, American University in Cairo, Egypt)
- Kheir, E. (Social Research Centre, American University in Cairo, Egypt)
- Social Research Center, American University in Cairo, Egypt (Data Collector)
- Society, Culture
CESSDA Topic Classification:
- Family life and marriage
- Gender and gender roles
- Social and occupational mobility
AbstractThe social role of wives of returned migrant workers. Topics: education level; employment and occupation; place of work; marriage before or after husband´s migration; number of years married; influence on husband´s decision to migrate; participation in decisions on household budget, the childrens´ education and the purchase of household goods before husband´s migration; responsibility for these decisions during husband´s absence; employment, occupation and place of work before husband´s migration; employment during husband´s absence; tasks and duties as well as problems during husband´s absence; leisure activities during husband´s migration; perceived change of the husband during migration; effects of migration on the village, the family, the children and the wife´s social role. Additionally encoded were: place where the interview was conducted, interviewer as well as identification of the migrant, who had already been interviewed (ZA Study No. 5013).
1987-05 / 1987-07
Egypt (EG)selected villages in Egypt
Oral interview with standardized questionnaire
Number of Units: 206
Number of Variables: 85
- ZA5023 (Type: ZA-No.)
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