Una mirada transnacional

  • Peggy Levitt Wellesley College
Palabras clave: transnacional, escala, migración, simultaneidad, inmigración

Resumen

 En los 10 años que tiene de haberse fundado esta revista[ 2 ]., importantes cambios demográficos han dado lugar a transformaciones en los estudios sobre migración. Desde esta perspectiva, las preguntas que se hacen los estudiosos de la migración junto con las herramientas de análisis y la metodología que utilizan para responderlas se han modificado drásticamente. En este ensayo se asume una mirada desde una perspectiva idiosincrásica para anlizar estos cambios y se propone un rumbo a seguir en el futuro. El estudio se concentra en las ventajas analíticas de utilizar una perspectiva transnacional para el estudio de la migración, en la importancia de tomar en cuenta el espacio y la magnitud de nuestro trabajo, y en situar de nuevo la cultura en el centro de nuestros debates. Así mismo se destacan las oportunidades que las intersecciones interdisciplinarias nos brindan para que nuestro campo avance en una nueva y más productiva dirección.

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Publicado
2018-02-03
Cómo citar
LevittP. (2018). Una mirada transnacional. Autoctonía. Revista De Ciencias Sociales E Historia, 2(1), 1-25. https://doi.org/10.23854/autoc.v2i1.76
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Dosier "Migraciones en América Latina"