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Author Jardón Hernández, Ana Elizabeth, author.

Title International migration and crisis : transition toward a new migratory phase / Ana Elizabeth Jardón Hernández.

Published [Switzerland] : Springer, [2016], ©2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series SpringerBriefs in environment, security, development and peace, 2193-3162 ; volume 27
SpringerBriefs in environment, security, development and peace ; v. 27.
Springer Earth and Environmental Science eBooks 2017 English+International
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Study Community -- 1.2. Methodology -- 1.3. Organization of the Text -- 2. Continuity and Change: From the Boom to the Slowing Down of International Migration from Mexico to the U.S. -- 2.1. Explaining the Continuity and Change of International Migration -- 2.2. Economic Crisis and New Perspectives on Migratory Policy -- 2.3. From High Tide to Reflux: Transition to a New Phase? -- 2.3.1. Slowing Down of Migratory Flows Toward the U.S. -- 2.3.2. Return Migration -- 2.3.3. Monetary Remittances: From Continuous Growth to a Slow Down -- 2.3.4. Redefining the Index of Migratory Intensity -- 2.3.5. Apprehensions at the Border and Deportations from the U.S. -- 2.3.6. Mexican Migrants in the U.S. -- 3. Changes and Continuities in the International Migratory Dynamics of Las Vueltas: Transition Toward a New Migratory Phase? -- 3.1. Stages of Mexico-U.S. Migration -- 3.2. Dynamics of Vueltenos' Migrations Toward the United States -- 3.2.1. Flow of Emigrants -- 3.2.2. Detentions at the Border -- 3.2.3. Migratory Decisions in a Context of Crisis in the Recipient Society -- 3.2.4. Return Migration -- 3.3. Impact of Reduction in the Volume of Family Remittances -- 3.3.1. Family Remittances in the Household Economy -- 3.3.2. Heterogeneous Impacts of Reduced Remittances -- 3.3.3. Some Examples of Heterogeneity -- 3.4. Situations of Vulnerability Among Vueltenos in the U.S. Economy and Unemployment -- 3.4.1. Garcia Family -- 3.4.2. Polo and His Family -- 3.4.3. Rosa and Her Children -- 3.4.4. Soledad -- 3.5. Vulnerability and the Anti-immigrant Movement -- 3.5.1. Despite Everything They Stay in the U.S. -- 3.6. Final Comments -- 4. Transformation Processes in International Migration as a Strategy of Family Life and Community Organization -- 4.1. Notions on the Strategies of Family Life -- 4.2. Local Subsistence Pattern and Regional Economic Insertion -- 4.3. International Migration as a Strategy of Family Life: Symptoms of Change or Weakening? -- 4.3.1. Lopez Family -- 4.3.2. Beltran Family -- 4.4. Migrants of Crisis: How You Suffer When There's Nothing to Give the Kids -- 4.5. Family Strategies and Diversification for Survival: From Escape Valve to Overflowing the Local Labor Market -- 4.6. What Are Vueltenos's Life Strategies? -- 4.6.1. Local Labor Market -- 4.6.2. Other National Work Markets -- 4.6.3. Underselling Harvests -- 4.6.4. Internal Resources -- 4.6.5. Raising and Selling Animals -- 4.6.6. Limiting Expenses -- 4.6.7. Help from Relatives -- 4.6.8. Other Strategies -- 4.7. Community Dynamics and Celebrations -- 4.7.1. Family Festivities -- 4.7.2. Implications for the Internal Economy: The Functioning of Small-Scale Commerce -- 4.7.3. Functioning of Social Networks -- 4.8. Final Comments -- 5. Conclusions.
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
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ISBN 9783319438986 (electronic bk.)
3319438980 (electronic bk.)
9783319438979 (print)
3319438972 (print)