By Alber, Drotbohm, Erdmute Alber, Heike Drotbohm
Drawing on ethnographic case reviews from various international components, this publication explores the concept of care from an anthropological viewpoint.
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91). She goes on to explain that women’s “personal relations offer them [a] social and human advantage. ). : 95). In short, then, gifting, whether in the form of things or of care and help, is a powerful means of creating and sustaining social relationships. The gifting of care, as this chapter will show, may constitute social relatedness, and shifting patterns of care may have signiﬁcant impacts on social and familial ties. In particular, the following discussion will show that the gifting of care may take on multiple meanings within a (woman’s) lifetime and, in the context of international migration, may spread transnationally to encompass several social spaces.
During her ﬁrst visit home, two or three years after she had ﬁrst left for Israel, Lena had a ﬁght with her husband over ﬁnancial matters because, in her view, he had not used her remittances wisely to pay back the loan they had taken up to buy the house, but had wasted too much on consumer goods and outings. In order to make him understand the urgency of their situation and also to discipline him, she shifted a large part of her remittances to her sister, while also relocating their daughter to her sister’s household.
Anthropological Perspectives on Care: Work, Kinship, and the Life-Course by Alber, Drotbohm, Erdmute Alber, Heike Drotbohm