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Los efectos de la migración transnacional México-Estados Unidos en el desarrollo local y el rol de las comunidades de origen

  • Mariana Gabarrot
  • Héctor Rodríguez Ramírez
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    Mientras que dentro del estudio de la migración el transnacionalismo se ha consolidado como campo de estudio, una discusión importante acerca de sus impactos en las comunidades de origen ha sido subestimada. Esta limitante del transnacionalismo puede ser explicada por la unidad de análisis, la cual está definida dentro del alcance geográfico de las sociedades de destino, privilegiando el punto de vista de los migrantes y sus redes con respecto al de los no migrantes. Este artículo presenta los retos del enfoque transnacional en el contexto actual de la migración mexicana hacia los Estados Unidos, enfatizando la importancia del rol que juegan quienes se quedan en territorio mexicano al momento de evaluar los impactos del fenómeno en el desarrollo local.

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    Length: 41 pages
    Date of creation: Jan 2007
    Date of revision: May 2007
    Handle: RePEc:egb:wpaper:20071
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