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Abstract

This article reviews recent anthropological and sociological findings and discussions surrounding the possible impacts of international migration on family dynamics in the home—both for rural and indigenous people—in Mexico. Because one of the major changes has to do with the escalation of female migration, as well as the circumstances facing those women who stay behind, this article emphasizes the position of women in the realm of international migration from a gendered perspective.

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2013-07-30
2024-06-12
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