Migration, marriage, and the law : making families among Cameroonian ‘bush fallers’ in Germany
Title: Migration, marriage, and the law : making families among Cameroonian ‘bush fallers’ in Germany
Author: FLEISCHER, Annett
Citation: Berlin : Verlag, 2012
By retracing the paths of Cameroonian women and men to Germany, this book offers fascinating insights into the interplay between migration processes, nuptial and reproductive behaviour, and legal framework. Annett Fleischer's study explores family-related migration strategies by taking the perceptions and viewpoints of the Cameroonian migrants meticulously under consideration. The book proposes that a large number of Cameroonian migrants rely on gender-specific ways to respond to immigration and integration restrictions. It offers an innovative and thoughtful contribution to the analysis of migration phenomena and the increasingly common formation of binational families in contemporary Germany.
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