This chapter discusses how labour migration in rural Uzbekistan, which increased enormously in the aftermath of its independence, affects the livelihood of those who stay behind and how the importance of the economic contribution of labour migrants impacts on household relations in terms of gender and generation.
|Title of host publication||Gender and rural globalization|
|Subtitle of host publication||international perspectives on gender and rural development|
|Editors||Bettina Barbara Bock, Sally Shortall|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|