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Itinéraires migratoires intercontinentaux, étapes et insertion urbaine : le cas des migrants africains en transit à Tapachula (Mexique)

Abstract : In this communication we will present the preliminary results of a sociological research about transit migration in the southern Mexican city of Tapachula, near the Guatemalan border. Our analysis will focus on the long-distance migration from Africa. The purpose is to highlight new migration routes as well as migrant’s strategy mobility and constructed sociability in the stopover town.
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Jean Clot. Itinéraires migratoires intercontinentaux, étapes et insertion urbaine : le cas des migrants africains en transit à Tapachula (Mexique). VII Congrès des associations francophones de science politique. Flux et Frontières. Réponses politiques et identitaires, Société québécoise de Science politique, May 2017, Montréal, Canada. ⟨hal-01948712⟩

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