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Papeles de población

versão On-line ISSN 2448-7147versão impressa ISSN 1405-7425

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DURAND, Jorge  e  ARIAS, Patricia. Local scenarios of emigration collapse: Evidence from the Highlands of Jalisco. Pap. poblac [online]. 2014, vol.20, n.81, pp.9-23. ISSN 2448-7147.

The aim of this article is to describe some of the labor, immigration and social impacts that appear to be associated with the change in the migration pattern in one of the historical regions of Mexico-US migration. The impacts of current immigration status is an emerging topic in research due to the undoubted increase in the number of returning migrants and the significant decrease in outflows. The hypothesis is that given the demographic transition and change in the cost-benefit of undocumented migration, this has been greatly reduced, a situation seen since 2005 that has forced the generation born from 1900 to remain in Mexico, which has led to unprecedented scenes in labor, immigration and social dynamics of the region. The zero net migration that is found at the statistical level is reflected in the difficulty of migrating to the United States in communities of the historical region of migration, which has modified the traditional scenarios of Mexico-US migration. It is no longer possible, nor appropriate, to continue working with ideas, concepts, interpretations, corresponding to a migratory pattern that lasted many decades, but that no longer exists.

Palavras-chave : Net migration zero; local impacts; job changes; migration changes; social changes.

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