Continental Divides: International Migration in the Americas

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Since Mexico-U.S. migration represents the largest sustained migratory flow between two nations worldwide, much of the theoretical and empirical work on migration has focused on this single case. In the last few decades, however, migration has emerged as a critical issue across all nations in Latin America and the Caribbean, with the region seeing its position changed from a net migrant-receiving region to one that now stands as one of the foremost sending areas of the world. In this latest volume of the ANNALS , ...

Continental Divides: International Migration in the Americas 2010, Sage Publications, Inc, Thousand Oaks

ISBN-13: 9781412991872

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