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I'm Neither Here nor There: Mexicans' Quotidian Struggles with Migration and Poverty

@inproceedings{Zavella2011ImNH,
  title={I'm Neither Here nor There: Mexicans' Quotidian Struggles with Migration and Poverty},
  author={Patricia Zavella},
  year={2011}
}
I’m Neither Here nor There explores how immigration influences the construction of family, identity, and community among Mexican Americans and migrants from Mexico. Based on long-term ethnographic research, Patricia Zavella describes how poor and working-class Mexican Americans and migrants to California’s central coast struggle for agency amid the region’s deteriorating economic conditions and the rise of racial nativism in the United States. Zavella also examines tensions within the Mexican… 
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