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Los vínculos económicos y familiares transnacionales: Los inmigrantes ecuatorianos y peruanos de España

  • Solé Puig Carlota
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    (UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA)

Esta obra analiza los resultados de la investigación, dirigida por Carlota Solé y financiada por la Fundación BBVA, sobre los flujos migratorios andinos hacia España, en concreto, procedentes de Ecuador y Perú, desde el punto de vista conceptual de las migraciones como un proceso social transnacional, subjetivo, familiar, económico y estructural a un mismo tiempo. El texto aborda el alcance y la importancia de la perspectiva transnacional en el estudio de las actuales migraciones internacionales. Para ello, se exploran los vínculos económicos y familiares del proceso migratorio, como principales dimensiones que estructuran los hogares transnacionales transformados o generados a través de la migración. A fin de obtener un campo de observación a la vez transnacional y longitudinal, se ha optado por una metodología cualitativa. Por un lado, la aproximación, a través de la entrevista en profundidad como técnica de recogida de datos, a los familiares residentes en Ecuador y Perú que tienen parientes emigrados a España. Por otro, a los emigrantes de preferencia residentes en España, pertenecientes a las mismas familias. Provider_Name: Fundacion BBVA / BBVA Foundation

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This book is provided by Fundacion BBVA / BBVA Foundation in its series Reports with number 20114 and published in 2007.
ISBN: 978-84-96515-39-0
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