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swarna ukwatta impact of female transnational migration on families in sri lanka

The estate workers in SriLanka were brought by the Britishers in the 19th and 20th centuries and are predominantly Tamils of Indian origin.They have worked for generations in the coffee, tea and rubber plantations of south-central Sri Lanka and suffer from demographic stress due to low income and poor working conditions and also subject to political and economic discrimination for several decades by the dominant group.The book on “Estate Tamils in SriLanka” focuses on the socio-political issues of estate Tamils in SriLanka and the role of Ceylon workers congress in their well-being.All the chapters have been extensively reviewed and suitable for use in the researching of Sri Lanka.First chapter provides readers an overview on estate Tamils in Sri Lanka.The second chapter includes a synopsis of the evolution of Tamil migration process to Sri Lanka.Chapter three centres on Sri Lanka’s Citizenship Act.Chapter four deals with the political history of SriLanka.Fifth chapter narrates the prevailing social system among estate tamils in SriLanka.Sixth chapter covers the current trends in the estate sector and prevailing socio-economic conditions leaving options for their better future

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