Associate Professor Nalini Negi and MSW alumni, Julia Clark Prickett, Adrianna Overdorff and Jamie Roberts along with Professor Rich Furman from the University of Washington, Tacoma have a new paper published in Psychology of Men and Masculinity that examines masculinity among return-migrants in Petlalcingo, Mexico to understand how migration-related life events relate to masculinity.
Using case study methods to collect data from return-migrants in Mexico, this study elucidates a gendered migration process as well as key variables that can be utilized in the development of larger binational studies examining masculinity and migration.
More details can be found at:
Negi, NJ; Prickett, JC; Overdorff, AM; Roberts, J; Furman, R (2017). Return-Migration to Mexico and the Gendered Transnational Migration Process. Psychology of Men & Masculinity.