Burmese Migrant Domestic Workers: Tactics of Negotiation of Muslim Female Domestic Workers in the Chang Klan Community of Chiang Mai, Thailand
Examines the experiences of female migrant domestic workers from Burma in the Chang Klan community of Chiang Mai, Thailand. Provides a contextual background and the ethnic identities of female Muslim domestic workers from Burma. Discusses the concept of social capital in relation to gender, ethnicity, and religion. Investigates the negotiation of class and migration status among the female migrant domestic workers.