Care, Commons, Citizenship-How Social Work is Affected
This paper broadens the perspective on the "transnationalization" of families and care as it reflects on certain effects of boundary-dissolving processes. We consider care to be a practice carved out in families as well as in societies as a whole, and simultaneously as a (labor) practice c...
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|published in:||Transnational social review : a social work journal Vol. 3; no. 2; pp. 141 - 154|
|Data of publication:||1/1/2013|
|Discipline:||Social Welfare & Social Work
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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