MEXICANS ON THE MOVE MIGRATION AND RETURN IN RURAL MEXICO

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Mexicans On The Move

Author : F. Rothstein
ISBN : 9781137559944
Genre : Social Science
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This book describes and analyzes migration of individuals from San Cosme Mazatecochco in central Mexico to a new United States community in New Jersey. Based on four decades of anthropological research in Mazatecochco and among migrants in New Jersey Rothstein traces the causes and consequences of migration and who returned home, why, and how return migrants reintegrated back into their homeland.
Category: Social Science

Migration And Urbanization In The Ruhr Valley

Author : James Harvey Jackson
ISBN : 0391040332
Genre : History
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This book analyzes the human consequences of urbanization and geographical mobility for residents of a major city in the Ruhr Valley of Germany during the century-long transition from an agrarian order to the industrial era. By utilizing an un-precidented combination of demographic records, it reshapes the conventional understanding of central European migration.
Category: History

Oecd Rural Policy Reviews Oecd Rural Policy Reviews Mexico 2007

Author : OECD
ISBN : 9789264011687
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This comprehensive review of rural policy in Mexico shows that the challenges and potential of rural areas are spatially differentiated and therefore require a place-based policy approach.
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Deportation And Return In A Border Restricted World

Author : Bryan Roberts
ISBN : 9783319497785
Genre : Political Science
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This volume focuses on recent experiences of return migration to Mexico and Central America from the United States. For most of the twentieth century, return migration to the US was a normal part of the migration process from Mexico and Central America, typically resulting in the eventual permanent settlement of migrants in the US. In recent years, however, such migration has become involuntary, as a growing proportion of return migration is taking place through formal orders of deportation. This book discusses return migration to Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, addressing different reasons for return, whether voluntary or involuntary, and highlighting the unique challenges faced by returnees to each region. Particular emphasis is placed on the lack of government and institutional policies in place for returning migrants who wish to attain work, training, or shelter in their home countries. Finally, the authors take a look at the phenomenon of migrants who can never return because they have disappeared during the migration process. Through its multinational focus, diverse thematic outlook, and use of ethnographic and survey methods, this volume provides an original contribution to the topic of return migration and broadens the scope of the literature currently available. As such, this book will be important to scholars and students interested in immigration policy and Latin America as well as policy makers and activists.
Category: Political Science

Return To Aztlan

Author : Douglas S. Massey
ISBN : 9780520069701
Genre : Social Science
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Return to Aztlan analyzes the social process of international migration through an intensive study of four carefully chosen Mexican communities. The book combines historical, anthropological, and survey data to construct a vivid and comprehensive picture of the social dynamics of contemporary Mexican migration to the United States.
Category: Social Science

Migration Transnational Space And Social Remittances Between Mexican Rural Communities And The United States

Author : Antonia Lilie
ISBN : 9783656190646
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Essay from the year 2012 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Middle- and South America, grade: 1,3, University of Toronto, language: English, abstract: In 2006, more than 30% of all immigrants residing in the United States were Mexicans, accounting for one tenth of the entire Mexican population (Migrationinformation). This makes Mexico the most important and most consistent sending country for immigrants to the U.S. The co-existence of two very different worlds in the geographical space North America, divided by one of the most secure borders in the world, leads not only to cultural influences, but also to the adaptation of socioeconomic and political ideas. Especially the fact that Mexico and the United States have very different political and socioeconomic conditions emphasizes the oppositional relationship between the two countries. In the face of such a strong and powerful neighbour, migration is always an option, a last resort, especially for Mexicans from rural communities that struggle with poor working conditions and low wages. Interestingly, this creates a certain type of migration known as transmigration. This transmigration occurs only due to socioeconomic reasons, especially labour conditions, and allows migrants to frequently travel back and forth between their home- and their host country. Since many of these transmigrants are young men who leave their families behind to earn money that they can then send back home in the form of financial remittances, different patterns of communication between these migrants and their relatives back home can be analyzed. This paper will first outline the situation of Mexican migrants to the United States, give a brief overview of their backgrounds and the demographic situation, and then turn to the push-factors for migration. It will especially focus on labour rights and working conditions in Mexico and the prospects for migrants arriving in the United States. After that the concept of 'Social
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Economy Wide Modeling Of The Economic Implications Of A Fta With Mexico And A Nafta With Canada And Mexico

Author : Joseph F. Francois
ISBN : 9780788124099
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This study is based on linking a 78-sector U.S. model with a 74-sector Mexican model and determines the effects of the free trade agreement (FTA) with Mexico and a NAFTA with Canada and Mexico on employment, production, prices, exports, and imports in all sectors. Charts and tables.
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