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The U.S.-Mexico border region

The U.S.-Mexico border region

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Published by Texas Western Press, Center for Inter-American and Border Studies, University of Texas at El Paso in [El Paso] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexican-American Border Region,
  • Mexican-American Border Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Natural resources -- Mexican-American Border Region.,
    • Economic forecasting -- Mexican-American Border Region.,
    • Mexican-American Border Region -- Economic conditions.,
    • Mexican-American Border Region -- Economic policy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesUS-Mexico border region.
      Statementedited by César Sepúlveda & Albert E. Utton.
      ContributionsSepúlveda, César., Utton, Albert E., 1931-, Instituto Matías Romero de Estudios Diplomáticos.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC137.M46 U17 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 446 p. :
      Number of Pages446
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2481663M
      ISBN 100874040914
      LC Control Number87401861
      OCLC/WorldCa11361859

        Covers more t of the world's premier scientific and scholarly journals, along with conference proceedings, book contents,and other materials. While its main focus is the sciences, it also includes arts and humanities and the social : Alisa Gonzalez. In , the first fence built to stop illegal crossings from Mexico to the United States was erected in San Diego, where the border begins. From here, the border stretches for almost 2, miles.

      Border Land, Border Water not only examines the ways the built environment changed the border region, it also urges people question the history of the land where they grew up.” Not Even Past “Border Land, Border Water is an essential and timely book that recovers a forgotten history of the US-Mexico borderlands. Drawing on in-depth archival. Cities and Citizenship at the U.S.-Mexico Border The Paso del Norte Metropolitan Region. Editors: Staudt, K., Fragoso, J., Fuentes, César M. (Eds.) Free Preview.

      Mexican Voices of the Border Region examines the flow of people, commercial traffic, and the development of relationships across this border. Through first-person narratives, Laura Velasco Ortiz and Oscar F. Contreras show that since NAFTA, Tijuana has become a dynamic and significant place for both nations in terms of jobs and by: 8. Overall, Border is a very important contribution to the literature on the U.S.-Mexico border region. Scholars and persons interested in the development of .


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The U.S.-Mexico border region Download PDF EPUB FB2

The U.S.-Mexico border region is home to anthropologist Carlos Vélez-Ibáñez. Into these pages he pours nearly half a century of searching and finding answers to the Mexican experience in the southwestern United States.

He describes and analyzes the process, as generation upon generation of Mexicans moved north and attempted to create an Cited by: The U.S.-Mexico Border Region is among the poorest geographical areas in the United States.

The region has been long characterized by dual development, poor infrastructure, weak schools, health disparities and low-wage employment. More recently, the region has been affected by the violence associated with a drug and crime war in : Hardcover. The region boasts great ethnic and cultural diversity, with Native American tribes living in the four U.S.

border states. The border between the United States and Mexico is one of the busiest in the world, with 1 million border crossings being recorded every day in Truck traffic was also high, as trade between the countries was booming.

The U.S.-Mexico Border Region is among the poorest geographical areas in the United States. The region has been long characterized by dual development, poor infrastructure, weak schools, health disparities and low-wage employment.

More recently, the region has been affected by the violence associated with a drug and crime war in Mexico. The U.S.-Mexico Transborder Region presents advanced anthropological theorizing of culture in an important regional setting. Not a static entity, the transborder region is peopled by ever-changing groups who face the challenges of social inequality: political enforcement of privilege, economic subordination of indigenous communities, and organized resistance to domination.

Rachel St. John talked about the history of the western U.S.-Mexico border from the midth century to the turn of the August 4, U.S.-Mexico Border Security. Francisco Cantu spent four years as a Border Patrol Agent along the Arizona/Mexico border region and the Texas/Mexico border region.

Being Hispanic himself, Francisco assumed he would learn more about the border and understand it better by working as an agent. He convinced himself that this would be the answer to all his : Romeo Rosales. U.S./MEXICO BORDER REGION The 2, mile-long U.S./Mexico international boundary makes for a border region that has the distinction of being the only place in the world where a highly developed country and a developing nation meet and interact.

The complex socio-economic history of the region provides for a timely and significant area of study. The Mexico–United States border (Spanish: frontera México–Estados Unidos) is an international border separating Mexico and the United States, extending from the Pacific Ocean in the west to the Gulf of Mexico in the east.

The border traverses a variety of terrains, ranging from urban areas to deserts. The Mexico–United States border is the most frequently crossed border in the world Entities: Mexico, United States. The border region of the Sonoran Desert, which spans southern Arizona in the United States and northern Sonora, Mexico, has attracted national and international attention.

But what is less discussed in national discourses is the impact of current border policies on the Native peoples of Author: Christina Leza. Experts in U.S.-Mexico relations talked about the Mexican President Peña Nieto’s shifting strategy for security in Janu U.S.-Mexico Border Region.

Although this is a technical book targeted at those individuals who are interested in what the data have to say, it casts a wide enough net to provide an overview of the many complexities and obstacles involved. It is for this reason that I recommend the book to anyone interested in labor relations and/or the U.S.–Mexico border region.

The premise of this book is that the U.S.-Mexico Border Region is subject to systematic oppression and that the so-called social pathologies that we see in the region are by-products of social and economic injustice in the form of labor exploitation, environmental racism, immigration militarism, institutional sexism and discrimination, health.

And while different initiatives have been set up to improve health outcomes and lessen inequities in the border region, evaluation data are scarce. Culture and Health Disparities provides a perspective on U.S.-Mexico border health with an evidence-based guide for conceptualizing, implementing, and evaluating health interventions.

Taking into Brand: Springer International Publishing. The built environment along the U.S.-Mexico border has long been a hotbed of political and creative action.

In this volume, the historically tense region and visually provocative margin—the southwestern United States and northern Mexico—take center stage.

Get this from a library. Social justice in the U.S.-Mexico border region. [Mark W Lusk; Kathleen A Staudt; Eva Moya;] -- The U.S.-Mexico Border Region is among the poorest geographical areas in the United States.

The region has been long characterized by dual development, poor infrastructure, weak schools, health. "The U.S.-Mexico Transborder Region" presents advanced anthropological theorizing of culture in an important regional setting.

Not a static entity, the transborder region is peopled by ever-changing groups who face the challenges of social inequality: political enforcement of privilege, economic subordination of indigenous communities, and organized resistance to domination. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Mile Away and a World Apart: The Impact of Interdependent and Independent Views of the Self on U.S.-Mexican Communications / Sheila Murphy --Increasing the Consent Rate for Organ Donation in the Hispanic Population /.

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The Border Region Library has announced its 49th annual Southwest Book Award winners. These awards have been presented since in recognition of outstanding books written about the Southwest. This year’s winners of the Southwest Book Awards are.

Last spring, the Sierra Club’s Borderlands team, in collaboration with photographers and artists from the United States and Mexico, staged a gallery exhibit titled Lens on the Border in two southern Arizona towns.

The eclectic compilation of images sought to capture the essence of life in the U.S.-Mexico border region. Exhibit curators called it an “act of resistance” against the. The U.S.-Mexico border region is home to anthropologist Carlos Velez-Ibanez.

Into these pages he pours nearly half a century of searching and finding answers to the Mexican experience in the southwestern United States. He describes and analyzes the process, as generation upon generation of Mexicans moved north and attempted to create an identity or "sense of cultural .The United States’ southern border with Mexico is 1, miles long, stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the tip of South Texas.

Some of those miles have fencing in place, and it varies.In her book, Line in the Sand: A History of the Western U.S.-Mexico Border, Rachel St. John provides a dynamic argument that focuses not just on the physical border itself or merely how border policy came to be, but looks at the borderlands as an entire region and how Mexico too played a part in creating both the border and border enforcement.