By Jorge Duany
Chronicling those diasporas from the tip of global conflict II to the current, Duany argues that every sending country's courting to the us shapes the transnational adventure for every migrant crew, from felony prestige and migratory styles to paintings actions and the connections migrants continue with their domestic international locations. mixing vast ethnographic, archival, and survey examine, Duany proposes that modern migration demanding situations the normal suggestion of the countryside. expanding numbers of immigrants and their descendants lead what Duany calls "bifocal" lives, bridging or extra states, markets, languages, and cultures all through their lives. while countries try and draw their limitations extra sincerely, the ceaseless move of transnational migrants, Duany argues, calls for the rethinking of traditional equations among birthplace and place of abode, identification and citizenship, borders and boundaries.
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Blurred Borders: Transnational Migration between the Hispanic Caribbean and the United States by Jorge Duany