International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Conceptual Proposal for Understanding the Relevance of Micro and Mezzostructuresin Contemporary Mexico-United States Migration: Reflections from a Case Study in Michoacán
Eduardo Fernández Guzmán, Perla Shiomara del Carpio Ovando, Miriam Reyes Tovar, Ana Vila Freyer

Over the past decades the US-Mexico migration introduces new arrangements regarding which preceded it. In order to observe this unprecedented mass migration is necessary to comprehensively address the macro-reality of both countries, the importance concatenated representing the migratory tradition, socialization, collective imaginary, social networks, the migration industry, among others, (mezzo and microstructural level). This article is supported on empirical data from a case study in Michoacan, focuses on proposing some concepts to highlight the importance of mezzo and microstructural analysis in contemporary migration.

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