When it comes to labor, America was male centered, but then there was an economic shift that required woman to work. Later on, woman abroad started to follow the footsteps of the American working women. During the Vietnam War, there were women needed to work in the naval bases as nurses and prostitutes. Because of this, most Vietnamese women were pushed away from there families after obtaining the only job they could find. While these women were trying to provide financial security for there families, they were being ruined in the eyes of their families.
Another example of gender and family coming together is womanized migration. This occurs when women are coming to America, from places like the Philippines, to obtain jobs in order to provide for the family back home. They leave everyone