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Maquiladoras, Mexican in-Bonding Processing industries.

M. Berg

Maquiladoras, Mexican in-Bonding Processing industries.

by M. Berg

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Maquiladoras, Mexican in-Bonding Processing industries by M. Berg Download PDF EPUB FB2

This dissertation examines the changing social identity of a Mexican indigenous immigrant community in Tijuana, Mexico, against the backdrop of rapid export-oriented industrialization along Mexico's northern border. The group of indigenous immigrants in question are the Mixtecos from southern Mexico, who began to settle in Tijuana in the early s.

Living for the most part in impoverished. Full text of "A HANDBOOK OF ECONOMIC ANTHROPOLOGY" See other formats. The essays in this book engage with these questions and more from multiple global locations and theoretical perspectives. The four-part structure of the book is determined by the central problematics that emerge from the essays around the subjects of visibility, ideology, capital, and technology.

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