In this thesis, reviewed by Irene Ayallo, ‘the author investigates the role of communication networks in the pre-and post-migration process of Latin American women resettled in New Zealand. This well researched and skillfully written thesis begins from the premise that while the process of migration and resettlement is complex and challenging for all migrants, it is more demanding for women.
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Ayallo, I. (2016). Thesis review: Gender, migration and communication networks: Mapping the communicative ecology of Latin American women in New Zealand/Aotearoa by Luciana Hoffmann Nunes [Review of the Thesis Gender, migration and communication networks: Mapping the communicative ecology of Latin American women in New Zealand/Aotearoa by L. H. Nunes]. ePress Theses Review Series (1).
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