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Social Justice. Minority Rights. Regain of public spaces and civil movement from the Philippines
ISBN
9783668520936
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GRIN Verlag
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1e
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11-09-2017
Taal
Engels
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15 pp.
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Social Justice. Minority Rights. Regain of public spaces and civil movement from the Philippines ebook: PDF

Essay from the year 2016 in the subject Sociology - Political Sociology, Majorities, Minorities, grade: A, , language: English, abstract: The oppressions that different classes and ethnic groups face are linked to a greater institutional issue. “Overly long working hours exploits the time of Hong Kong adults to cook, to shop, to take care of their children and elderlies” (Constable, 2005). Many workers are thrown into the labour force in order to earn an income to support their families, in which they sacrifice the time to spend with each other (the basic family reunion) and the the to take care of the family. “Comparing with the importation of labour, the cost of offering free childcare and services for the elderly is much higher. It would have been the responsibility of the government, but the importation of foreign domestic helpers help the government to escape from the obligation in a certain extent. The government lays the responsibility of nursing and caring problems back to the families themselves and regards these out of its responsibility. This is seen as a solution that is similar to neo-liberalism. In this paper, it is going to analyse how the ethnic minorities contend against the institutionalised racism they face in daily life, by using the movement where the Philippine domestic migrant workers fight for their rights and justice as an example. What’s more, it also investigates the relationship between liberalism and polyethnic rights by stating and reviewing Will Kymlicka’s Liberal Multiculturalism.
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