Xaripu Community Across Borders Labor Migration, Community, and Family
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Description: The author presents a cross-national, comparative study of transnational migration. Using a case study of the Xaripu community in both Mexico and Stockton, California, he examines how various influences have shaped labour migration, community and family experiences on both sides of the border for over 100 years.
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Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press
Publication date: 4/17/2009
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: Labor Migration, Community, and Family across Borders|
|An Overview of the Book|
|Biographical Sketches of Xaripu Labor Migrants|
|Theoretical Perspectives on Labor Migration|
|Moving beyond Traditional Perspectives|
|A Social-Historical Context of Xaripu's Land Displacement and Labor Migration Experience|
|Origins of Xaripus|
|The Colonization of Michoacï¿½n (1521)|
|Mexican Independence (1810)|
|The Mexican Revolution (1910)|
|Agrarian Reform in Mexico (1917-1930s)|
|Bracero Period (1942-64)|
|Post-Bracero Period (1964-1980s)|
|Contextualizing Xaripus' Labor Migration in the History of Colonialism|
|The Logic of Colonialism in Modern Labor Relations|
|Colonial Labor in the Fields|
|Labor Conditions in California Agriculture|
|Out of the Fields|
|Race, Gender, and Colonialism in Modern Labor Relations|
|Haciendo Comunidad across Borders|
|Contextualizing and Conceptualizing Xaripu Transnationalism|
|Beyond Social Interaction: Convivir|
|The Challenge of Building a Cross-Border Community: Global Inequalities|
|The Family across Borders: Exploring Gaps in Perception and Practice of Gender Empowerment|
|Perspectives on Gender Relations within Immigrant Families|
|&iq;Quiï¿½n Manda? (Who Has the Authority?)|
|The Division of Household Labor|
|The Impact of Transnationalism on Perceptions of Family and Gender Equity|
|The Complexities of Gender Empowerment within the Family across Borders|
|A Pueblo's Search for Empowerment across Borders|