43집 발행일:2017.06
  • “여성 ‘노동’의 이주화” 1950-1970년대 여성 돌봄노동 고용의 포스트콜로니얼리즘
  • “Migration of Women 'Labor” Postcolonialism of Women's Care Work Employment in the 1950s - 1970s
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목차

I .머리말
II. 2차 대전 이후 간호여성의 이주, ‘이주노동의 여성화’ 시작
III. 재생산노동 생산과 활용의 맥락, 그리고 포스트콜로니얼리즘
IV. 포스트콜로니얼적 노동에 대한 기대
V. 맺음말

초록

The feminization of migration is the most characteristic phenomenon in the era of global migration. This phenomenon, in which the number of women is increasing as the subject of migration and migrated by the female laborers who worked for reproduction, is on a historical link with the care work migration after the Second World War. This is because the migration of nursing workers is mainly carried out with a common direction from the past cultural and political colonies to the old empires. This is the impact of past experiences of Christian missionary mission in the past colonial period in the form of medical support for colonial society and women 's education. This experience continued after the end of the empire, so nursing migration after World War II can be regarded as results of postcolonial relationship. Medical support and education in the colonial period was carried out in the way of mission, and the Western nursing culture was transferred to the colonies, replacing the own traditional nursing cultures in the third world. This experience was once again reproduced when the empire was dissolved and the service labor force for expanding the rights of medical care and care in the Western world was lacking. The process of providing women's labor, brokering, providing education, and providing nursing services for Christians recreates the past colonial relationship, which served as a historical and cultural network for nursing migration.