1. public discourse
    • topics often discussed 
    • public talk
    • can come from social social media, news etc. + our own personal background
  2. Global Care Chain
    3 or more teir transfer of paid or unpaid care work between women in migrant-sending and receiving countries
  3. Second shift
    women with families that goes to work has their 'second shift' of coming home after work to take care of their kids + significant other
  4. Neoliberalism
    idea that the best kind of society is one in which nothing gets in the way or regulates the market
  5. neocolonialism
    the use of economic, political, cultural, or other pressure to control or influence other countries, especially former dependencies
  6. Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program (SAWP)
    is a guest worker program that attempts to respond to the labor shortage in the Canadian agricultural sector
  7. Flipino Migration Apparatus
    • system by which philippine government exports labour to global capital 
    • this includes 3 prolonged strategy:
    •    1) research Market
    •    2) training workers
    •    3) Documenting mobility
  8. Foreign Direct Investment
    • capital investment made by a foreign-owned company
    • ex:// NAFTA
  9. IMF and World Bank
    • The international Monetary Fund (IMF)-was to administer the international monetary system
    • The international Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank)- designed to provide loans for Europe's postwar reconstruction
  10. Labour Shortage
    is an economic condition in which there are insufficient qualified candidates to fill the market-place demands for employment at any price
  11. bracero program
    guestworker programs between Mexico and US
  12. North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
    free trade agreement between Canada, US, and Mexico, enacted in 1994
  13. Live-in Caregiver Program
    used to guarantee path way to permanent residency in Canada
  14. What are the similarities in the experiences of Kanen'kená:ka Nation and the Tohono O'odham Nation
    • T.O. also straddle the border
    • smuggling (drugs + smuggling)
    • context of poverty, joblessness, limited public resources, high incarceration
    • smuggling a result of federal policies of border enforcement 
    • Racialized and contentious relationship between community and federal border agents
  15. what are the differences in the experiences of Kanen'kená:ka Nation and the Tohono O'odham Nation
    • US border patrol has a more militarized presence
    • Mohawk's have far more cross-border mobility than Tohono O'odham (especially those who are Mexican nationals)
    • Collaborations with smugglers + US Border Patrol 
    •      - ex:// Shadow wolves
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