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This comparative study examines the processes of development and the configurations of export industries in northern Morocco and on the northern border of Mexico. As the contributors explore the similar characteristics of these two borders, they also examine how the global economy circulates around "places of production"-sites advantageous to the development of export industries. Focusing on transnational firms and the working conditions, settlement processes, and migratory flows they engender, this volume considers if a convergence toward a global culture is inevitable in places of…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This comparative study examines the processes of development and the configurations of export industries in northern Morocco and on the northern border of Mexico. As the contributors explore the similar characteristics of these two borders, they also examine how the global economy circulates around "places of production"-sites advantageous to the development of export industries. Focusing on transnational firms and the working conditions, settlement processes, and migratory flows they engender, this volume considers if a convergence toward a global culture is inevitable in places of production, or if local resistance emerges in response to the impact of the global.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 26.09.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319965895
  • Artikelnr.: 54122917
Autorenporträt
Antonio Trinidad-Requena is Professor of Sociology and Dean in the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology at the University of Granada, Spain.

Rosa M. Soriano-Miras is Professor of Sociology at the University of Granada, Spain.

Marlene Solís is Professor of Social Studies at El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Mexico.

Kathryn Kopinak is Professor Emerita at King's University College at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, and Senior Fellow at the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies at the University of California, San Diego, USA.
Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1. A Theoretical Framework for Global Dynamics at the Local Level (Antonio Trinidad Requena, Francisco Entrena Duran and Marlene Solis)

Chapter 2. The Suitability of Multivariate Comparative Studies and Mixed Research Designs (Rosa M. Soriano Miras, Antonio Trinidad Requena and Katherine Kopinak)

Chapter 3. Transnational Firms as Examples of Industrial Relocation: The Cases of Tijuana, Mexico, and Tangier-Tetuan, Morocco (Antonio Trinidad Requena, Marlene Solís, and Jose Manuel García Moreno)

Chapter 4. Working Conditions in Border Export Industries and Migration (Kathryn Kopinak, Cirila Quintero Ramírez, and Jenna Hennebry)

Chapter 5. Settlement Process and Living Space (Marlene Solís, Inam Benali, and Rodolfo Cruz)

Chapter 6. Moving to Stay or Staying to Move? Borderlands and Internal Migrants Negotiating Work and Mobility in Export Processing Areas of Tijuana and Tangier-Tetouan (Jenna Hennebry, Francisco Barros, and Kathrine Kopinak)

Conclusions (Antonio Trinidad Requena, Rosa M. Soriano Miras, Marlene Solís, and Kathrine Kopinak)