Migration across frontiers : Mexico and the United States / edited by Fernando Camara and Robert Van Kemper.

By: Camara, Fernando
Contributor(s): Van Kemper, Robert | State University of New York at Albany. Institute for Mesoamerican Studies | American Anthropological Association. Annual meeting ((76: 1977: Houston, Tex). ) | Latin American Anthropology Group
Language: English Publisher: Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York at Albany, 1979.Description: viii, 9-167p. : maps, tables ; 28cm.
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The final report of a symposium sponsored by the Latin American Anthropology Group at the 1977 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Houston, Texas. - Contents: Frontiers in migration: from culturalism to historical structuralism / R.V. Kemper; Part 1, Mexico as the frontier: the history and structure of internal labor migration. Commercial agriculture, irrigation control: the Tehuacan valley / Scott Whiteford, L.E. Henao; Internal migration to Mexico City / Humberto Muñoz, Orlandina de Oliveira, Claudio Stern; 2, Beyond the Mexican frontier: the role of international migration for rural Mexico. Differential out-migration: Jalisco / R.D. Shadow; Implications of international labor migration / R.E. Wiest; 3, The border as frontier. Differential migration streams, economic growth and socio-cultural changes / F. Camara; The borderland as an extended community / Linda Whiteford; 4, The United States as frontier: the political economy of Mexican labor migration. Formal and informal labor recruitement mechanisms / Jane B. Haney; Toward the analysis and prognosis of the political implications of Mexican undocumented immigration / Jorge A. Bustamante; Explaining migration in Mexico and elsewhere / Theodore E. Downing.

Includes bibliographical references.

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