Recent trends in internal migration in Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Bedoya Rangel, Yuliet y Jáuregui Díaz, José Alfredo y Avila Sánchez, María de Jesús y Picazzo Palencia, Esteban (2018) Recent trends in internal migration in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Revista Espacio I+D, Innovación más Desarrollo, 7 (18). pp. 122-135. ISSN 2007-6703

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Nuevo León State, Mexico, has historically been a pole of population attraction at the national level, the population growth recorded in this geographic space during the last 50 years is largely a product of immigration processes, stimulated by economic growth of a growing industrial sector, which generated a labor demand that without the arrival of population from other parts of the country would not have been possible to cover. This research presents the recent trends of immigration in Nuevo León using as a primary source of information the Intercensal Survey 2015 of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (inegi), which analyzes some contextual variables such as sex, age, Indigenous speaking status and schooling. As a reference, data derived from the 1970, 1990, 2000 and 2010 censuses are also used, because it is not possible to understand the present without understanding the past.

Tipo de elemento: Article
Palabras claves no controlados: Internal migration; Nuevo León; Labor maker; Aging
Materias: H Ciencias sociales > HB Teorías Económicas, Demografía
H Ciencias sociales > HM Sociología: General y Teorías
Divisiones: Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales
Usuario depositante: Dra. María de Jesús Sánchez
Bedoya Rangel, Yulietyulietbedoya@gmail.comNO ESPECIFICADO
Jáuregui Díaz, José
Avila Sánchez, María de Jesú
Picazzo Palencia,
Fecha del depósito: 06 Mar 2019 22:17
Última modificación: 07 Feb 2020 22:16

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