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Submitted by Maine on
I consider that the assumption that the impact of migration on households is different depending on who migrates, is itself gender biased. The three questions above, supposed to represent the gender focuses on migration studies, respond to gender stereotypes. Any study carried out from a gender perspective would build on different questions (that not necesarily reflect and reproduce gender biased stereoptypes). A gender perspective would on the contrary analyze cultural, social, economic, and political practices and discourses, in order to evidence how they reproduce gender biased structures.