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Título: Identidad cultural y territorio: una reflexión en torno a las comunidades trasnacionales entre México y Estados Unidos
Palabras clave: Estudios Territoriales
Culture
Land
Migration
Oaxaca communities
Cultural identities
Editorial: El Colegio de Sonora
Descripción: This essay discusses the challenge posed by the reconceptualization of the relationship between culture and territory, taking into account the experience of the transnational migration of natives from Oaxaca, in Mexico, to the United States. The post- modernist theses about the fragmentation and discontinuity of the time and space experience in the migratory processes are recovered as assumptions to understand processes rather than an explanation of the reconstitution of the migrants identity. The hypothesis underlying this thinking is that there are certain processes or mechanisms which rejoin such fragmentation and discontinuity and their elucidation will allow us to understand the recreation of cultural identities within a context of apparent territorial uprooting and social desintegration.
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=10201503
Aparece en las Colecciones:Universidad y Ciencia

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