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The Local and the Global: The Anthropology of Globalization and Transnationalism
This review examines current anthropological literature concerned with migration and other forms of population movement, and with the movement of information, symbols, capital, and commodities inExpand
Borders and Boundaries of State and Self at the End of Empire
Abstract Peoples that span national borders are ambiguous in that they in some ways partake of both nations and in other ways partake of neither. This paper analyzes how the boundary - the power toExpand
From the invisible hand to visible feet: anthropological studies of migration and development.
  • M. Kearney
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Annual review of anthropology
  • 1986
This is a review of the literature on the relationship between migration and development. Development-related topics considered include urbanization, industrialization, agricultural familyExpand
Reconceptualizing The Peasantry: Anthropology In Global Perspective
* Introduction * San Jernimo: A Peasant Community? Kinds of Others in the History of Anthropology * Peasants and the Antinomies of the Modern Nation-State * Romantic Reactions to Modernist PeasantExpand
Transnational Oaxacan indigenous identity: The Case of Mixtecs and Zapotecs
This paper examines cultural and political dynamics that result when migrants from indigenous communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, migrate to the United States. Forced from their homeland because ofExpand
The Classifying and Value-Filtering Missions of Borders
Using examples of migration of Mixtecs from Oaxaca and of Mexican nationals in general across the US–Mexican border, this article explores and illustrates the proposition that the politicalExpand
World View Theory and Study
Underdevelopment Is a State of Mind: The Latin American Case
Lawrence E. Harrison. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Copublished with the Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, 1985. xvill + 192 pp., bibliography, Index. $9.95 (paper).Expand
Professional burnout among female veterinarians in the United States.