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Author Danielson, Michael S.
Title Emigrants get political [electronic resource] : Mexican migrants engage their home towns / Michael S. Danielson.
Publication Info New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]



Descript xv, 246 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Politics at home abroad : migrants and their home towns -- Migration and subnational politics in Mexico : a framework for analysis -- Engagement through the diaspora channel : collective remittances and the 3x1 program for migrants -- When the road to the mayor's office crosses the border : political trajectories of migrant mayors in Oaxaca, Mexico -- Biographies of emigrant politicization : migrant engagement in three Mexican states -- A theory of migration and municipal politics -- Migrants as agents of democratization? : a comparative analysis of sending community politics -- A wave that didn't break?
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ISBN 9780190679972 (hardcover : acid-free paper)
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Author Danielson, Michael S.
Subject Transnational voting -- Mexico.
Transnationalism -- Political aspects -- Mexico.
Return migration -- Political aspects -- Mexico.
Local government -- Mexico.
Democracy -- Mexico.
Mexicans -- United States -- Politics and government.
Descript xv, 246 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Politics at home abroad : migrants and their home towns -- Migration and subnational politics in Mexico : a framework for analysis -- Engagement through the diaspora channel : collective remittances and the 3x1 program for migrants -- When the road to the mayor's office crosses the border : political trajectories of migrant mayors in Oaxaca, Mexico -- Biographies of emigrant politicization : migrant engagement in three Mexican states -- A theory of migration and municipal politics -- Migrants as agents of democratization? : a comparative analysis of sending community politics -- A wave that didn't break?
Note .
ISBN 9780190679972 (hardcover : acid-free paper)
Author Danielson, Michael S.
Subject Transnational voting -- Mexico.
Transnationalism -- Political aspects -- Mexico.
Return migration -- Political aspects -- Mexico.
Local government -- Mexico.
Democracy -- Mexico.
Mexicans -- United States -- Politics and government.

Subject Transnational voting -- Mexico.
Transnationalism -- Political aspects -- Mexico.
Return migration -- Political aspects -- Mexico.
Local government -- Mexico.
Democracy -- Mexico.
Mexicans -- United States -- Politics and government.
Descript xv, 246 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Politics at home abroad : migrants and their home towns -- Migration and subnational politics in Mexico : a framework for analysis -- Engagement through the diaspora channel : collective remittances and the 3x1 program for migrants -- When the road to the mayor's office crosses the border : political trajectories of migrant mayors in Oaxaca, Mexico -- Biographies of emigrant politicization : migrant engagement in three Mexican states -- A theory of migration and municipal politics -- Migrants as agents of democratization? : a comparative analysis of sending community politics -- A wave that didn't break?
Note .
ISBN 9780190679972 (hardcover : acid-free paper)

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