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Abdulrahim, D. (1993). Defining gender in a second exile: palestinian women in west berlin. In G. Buijs (Ed.), Migrant women. Crossing boundaries and changing identities (pp. 5–82). Oxford: Berg.   
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Bhachu, P. (1993). Identities constructed and reconstructed: representations of asian women in britain. In G. Buijs (Ed.), Migrant women. Crossing boundaries and changing identities (pp. 9–117). Oxford: Berg Publ.   
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Buijs, G. (Ed.). Migrant women. crossing boundaries and changing identities. Oxford: Berg Publ.   
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Buijs, G. (1993). Women alone : migrants from transkei employed in rural natal. In G. Buijs (Ed.), Migrant women. Crossing boundaries and changing identities (pp. 79–194). Oxford: Berg Publ.   
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Lund Skar, S. (1993). The gendered dynamics of quechua colonisation: relations of centre and periphery in peru. In G. Buijs (Ed.), Migrant women Crossing boundaries and changing identities (pp. 1–33). Oxford: Berg Publ. (Cross-cultural perspectives on women ; 7).   
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Mascarenhas-Keyes, S. (1993). International and internal migration: the changing identity of catholic and hindu women in goa. In G. Buijs (Ed.), Migrant women Crossing boundaries and changing identities (pp. 19–143). Oxford: Berg Publ. (Cross-cultural perspectives on women ; 7).   
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Summerfield, H. (1993). Patterns of adaptation: somali and bangladeshi in britain. In G. Buijs (Ed.), Migrant women. Crossing boundaries and changing identities (pp. 3–98). Oxford: Berg Publ.   
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Swaisland, C. (1993). Female migration and social mobilty: british female domestic servants to south africa, 1860-1914. In G. Buijs (Ed.), Migrant women. Crossing boundaries and changing identities (pp. 60–178). Oxford: Berg Publ.   
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