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Pessar, P. R. (Ed.). Fronteras permeables : migracion laboral y movimientos de refugiados en america. Buenos Aires: Grupo Editorial Planeta.   
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Pessar, P. R., & Mahler, S. J. (2001). Gender and transnational migration. Transnational Communities : online working paper series(WPTC-01-20), 1–30.   
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Pessar, P. R. (1984). The linkage between the household and workplace of dominican women in the u.s. International migration review, 18(68), 1188–1211.   
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Pessar, P. R. (1982). The role of households in international migration and the case of u.s.-bound migration from the dominican republic. International migration review, 16(58), 342–364.   
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Pessar, P. R. (2000). Sweatshop workers and domestic ideologies : dominican women in new oork's apparel industry. In K. Willis & B. Yeoh (Eds.), Gender and migration (pp. 193–208). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.   
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Pessar, P. R., & Mahler, S. J. (2010). Transnational migration, bringing gender. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Migration (Volume III) : Trends (pp. 230–260). London ; New York: Routledge.   
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Pessar, P. R. (1988). When borders don't divide labor migration and refugee movements in the americas. Staten Island NY: Center for Migration Studies of New York.   
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