This book presents an in-depth look into the social changes of urbanization in Latin America.
Table of Contents
Preface; 1. The city in history; 2. Why people move; 3. Who moves from where: selectivity and migration; 4. Return migration, brokerage, and effects on the community; 5. Migrant adaptation: kinship, networks, and small groups; 6. The urban class structure; 7. Voluntary associations; 8. Housing, poverty, and politics; 9. International migration; Conclusion; Notes; References; Index.
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