By Antoinette Vlieger
DOMESTIC staff IN SAUDI ARABIA AND THE EMIRATES is a brand new socio-legal examine of urgent questions of human rights, contractual consent, transnational markets, and social policy:
• Which components impression the emergence and personality of conflicts within the state of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates among family staff and their employers, the social and felony norms to which either events refer, and the similar imbalance of power?
• In what method and to what quantity do family staff and their employers seek advice from Islamic, ordinary, contractual, and formal felony norms?
• Do conflicts trouble war of words over norms, or disputes concerning habit opposite to the norms upon which either events agree?
• Which components impact the norms to which either events in conflicts refer?
• Which celebration is ready to implement its personal norms or to behave opposite to norms on which either events agree, and which components impact the stability of power?
Vlieger explores such questions by utilizing a grounded-theory technique of intensive box learn and revealing interviews with employees, employers, employment enterprises, human rights firms, and governmental officers. She exposes the dilemmas of the folk and associations affected. ultimately, she proposes pragmatic recommendations to deal with the main over the top vulnerabilities and imbalances. Her booklet is a candid look at one other international, supported with scholarly learn — yet available and engaging to the overall reader, in addition to teachers, reporters, and human rights activists.
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Domestic Workers in Saudi Arabia and the Emirates: A Socio-legal Study on Conflicts (Human Rights & Culture Series) by Antoinette Vlieger