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Introduction -- Entering the space: diversity through a gender lens -- The city: relations in urban space -- Inhabiting the city: the challenges -- A room in the city: constructing a private space -- Finding the "self" -- Friendships: creating a community -- The 'safe' city and outsider women -- The 'self' and the city: new roles -- The outsider and equitable social space.
Exploring the quest for 'self' in the city through migrant women's narratives.
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