Gender Differences in Migration Opportunities: Implications for educational Choices and Outcomes, Development Research Centre on Globalisation, Migration and Poverty
Project Status: Completed
University of Sussex
The main objective of this research was to explore how far migration opportunities provide an incentive to complete Secondary Schooling and gender differences associated with this.
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Rao, N. (ed.), 2012, ‘Migration, Education and Socio-Economic Mobility’, Routledge, Oxford.
Rao, N., Hossain, M.I., 2012, “I Want to Be Respected’: Migration, Mobility, and the Construction of Alternate Educational Discourses in Rural Bangladesh’, Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 43(4): 415-428
Rao, N., Hossain, M.I., 2011, ‘Confronting Poverty sand Educational Inequalities: Madrasas as a Strategy for Contesting Dominant Literacy in Rural Bangladesh’, International Journal of Educational Development, 31(6): 623-633
Rao, N., 2010, ‘Aspiring for Distinction: gendered Educational Choices in an Indian Village’, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 40(2): 167-183
Rao, N., 2010, ‘Migration, Education and Socio-Economic Mobility: Editorial Introduction’, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 40(2): 137-145
Rao, N., 2009, ‘Gendered Differences in Migration opportunities, Educational Choices and Wellbeing Outcomes’, Globalisation and Poverty Research Report