World-wide migration has an unsettling effect on social structures, especially on aging populations and eldercare. This volume investigates how taken-for-granted roles are challenged, intergenerational relationships transformed, economic ties recalibrated, technological innovations utilized, and spiritual relations pursued and desired, and asks what it means to care at a distance and to age abroad. What it does show is that trans-nationalization of care produces unprecedented convergences of people, objects and spaces that challenge our assumptions about the who, how, and where of care.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Place of Publication||New York |
|Number of pages||192|
|ISBN (Electronic)||978-1-78533-801-4 |
|State||Published - May 4 2018|
|Name||Life Course, Culture and Aging: Global Transformations|
|Publisher||Berghahn Books |