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dc.contributor.editorAnguiano Téllez, María Eugenia (coord.)es_MX
dc.contributor.editorHernández López, Rafael Alonso (coord.)es_MX
dc.contributor.editorVillafuerte Solís, Daniel (coord.)es_MX
dc.identifier.citationAnguiano Téllez, María Eugenia, Rafael Alonso Hernández López y Daniel Villafuerte Solís (eds.) (2018). The World Through Borders: The Difficult Journey of Migrants in Transit. México: COLEF, CESMECA-UNICACH.es_MX
dc.description.abstractXXI Century’s irregular migrations have been framed as national security issues, receiving as such, millionaire investments to surveil and punish. Consequently terrifying elements such as the State’s security forces, and the extortionist crime have occupied the borders. Un-der this punitive principle, borders fulfill a critical mission: not letting pass those considered “undesirables”, who do not possess visas o entry permits for the destination countries, or for passing through the transit ones. Under these circumstances, borders prevent and inhibit but never stop the human flow filtering through the borders’ pores, as if it was a ghost following capital looking for a chance to be exploited. In its current metamorpho-sis, the capital despises and degrades the labor force, selecting and extracting its energy, which once used, is discarded and replaced in an intermittent cycle. The works included in this volume unveil these cycles, questioning and reflecting on the free circulation of peo-ple, the nature of border controls, the routes followed by migrants to avoid regulations, and the geopolitical expressions between migrants’ countries of origin and destination.es_MX
dc.description.tableofcontentsIntroduction , by Rafael Alonso Hernández López. Notes on the Free Movement of Persons, by Juan Artola. Flow Crisis and Permanency in Cuban Emigration in the Light of Restored Relations between Cuba and the United States, by María Eugenia Anguiano Téllez and Ernesto Rodríguez Chávez. Mexico’s Southern Border: Concept and Realities in the 21st Century, by Daniel Villafuerte Solís. The Pacific Railroad Route, a Look into Migration in Transit through Western Mexico, by Rafael Alonso Hernández López. European Border Control Policies: The Case of Poland, by Stefan Alscher. Final Considerations, by Rafael Alonso Hernández López. About the Authors.es_MX
dc.format.extent166 pág.es_MX
dc.publisherUniversidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas. Centro de Estudios Superiores de México y Centroamérica. El Colegio de la Frontera Nortees_MX
dc.subjectmigración internacionales_MX
dc.titleThe World Through Borders: The Difficult Journey of Migrants in Transites_MX

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