Dissident Transnational Citizenship: Resistance, Solidarity and Organization

  • Daiva K. Stasiulis
  • Abigail B. Bakan


The preceding discussion has taken as a premise an imperialist world system in which citizenship is a negotiated process, a relationship that reflects and reproduces an array of social differentiations, including the global divide between citizens of the economic North and South. We have attempted to trace the negotiation process of Third World women of colour as they encounter various obstacles and challenges in their efforts to acquire First World citizenship rights.


Migrant Worker Domestic Worker Transnational Network Filipino Woman Migrant Nurse 
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© Daiva K. Stasiulis and Abigail B. Bakan 2003

Authors and Affiliations

  • Daiva K. Stasiulis
    • 1
  • Abigail B. Bakan
    • 2
  1. 1.Carleton UniversityCanada
  2. 2.Queen’s UniversityCanada

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