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📙 Migrant Dubai: Low Wage Workers and the Construction of a Global City by Laavanya Kathiravelu (auth.) — free download


This book analyzes the everyday lives of labour migrants in a rapidly developing city-state. Using the emirate of Dubai as a case study, Migrant Dubai shows that even within highly restrictive mobility regimes, marginalized migrants find ways to cope with structural inequalities and quotidian modes of discrimination.



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