Tagged: Mexico

Vulnerable and Invisible: Impact of Hurricane Activity on a Peasant Population in a Mountainous Region on the Mexican Pacific Coast

Vulnerable and Invisible: Impact of Hurricane Activity on a Peasant Population in a Mountainous Region on the Mexican Pacific Coast

Itzi Segundo-Métay & Gerardo Bocco This research illustrates, in the frame of social vulnerability, the consequences of the impact of hurricane ‘Manuel’ in a Pacific coastal landscape of Mexico. The paper discusses the following...

At Home or to the Dump? Household Garbage Management and the Trajectories of Waste in a Rural Mexican Municipio

At Home or to the Dump? Household Garbage Management and the Trajectories of Waste in a Rural Mexican Municipio

Andrew M. Hilburn Garbage management is a key human-environmental issue in Mexico. However, existing research lacks focus on the household as a key actor and biases urban contexts over rural ones. This study addresses...

Transnationality and Social Integration within Lifestyle Migration. A comparative study of two cases in Mexico and Spain

Transnationality and Social Integration within Lifestyle Migration. A comparative study of two cases in Mexico and Spain

Omar Lizarraga, Alejandro Mantecón, & Raquel Huete International mobility in search of amenity spaces for long-stay tourism is a growing phenomenon. U.S. citizens have practiced this lifestyle migration for decades to Latin American countries,...

Lifestyle Transmigration: Understanding a Hypermobile Minority in Mérida, Mexico

Lifestyle Transmigration: Understanding a Hypermobile Minority in Mérida, Mexico

Eve Bantman-Masum This article focuses on lifestyle transmigrants who have relocated abroad at least three times, documenting their practices of mobility and responses to structural constraints, and describing individual trajectories driven by the desire...