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  • Jorge Isauro Rionda Ramírez
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    El presente trabajo de investigación plantea un modelo teórico-explicativo del problema a tratar: el cambio de los patrones migratorios y la distribución espacial de la población ante la reestructuración económica y el reordenamiento institucional. Parte de considerar los antecedentes más inmediatos así como las referencias y trabajos de investigación de mayor valía para el fin perseguido. Su marco teórico se fundamenta en una visión sociológica estructural-funcionalista del problema donde los cambios sociales se explican por la reestructuración económica y el tipo de relaciones está conforme a la propia dinámica de acumulación capitalista que le caracteriza, así como del reordenamiento institucional que implica la desregulación. Así, se retoman como supuesto de investigación el resultado de algunas otras investigaciones realizados por autores diversos, de tal forma que estos son marco referencial del desarrollo del modelo.

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    Paper provided by Argentine Center of International Studies in its series Working Papers - Programa América Latina with number 007.

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    Keywords: Mexico; migration; development; desarrollo;

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