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Unformatted text preview: Living in our Globalized World: Notes 17 Networks: Chavez Chapter 7 Copyright Bruce Owen 2011 - Chavez: Shadowed Lives: Chapter 7, Families, Domestic Groups, and Networks, pp. 121-140 - Chavezs terms for patterns of kin ties that result from globalization: - transnational families: some members in US, others still in Mexico - binational families: some members with legal status in US, others without - these reflect the basic distinction of US vs. Other - either geographically (transnational) - or legally (binational) - we could add other possible combinations for this or other cases of migration and cultures in contact - reflecting the variety of others - multi-original families (my made-up term): members who immigrated from multiple different countries, as in a Guatemalan husband and Mexican wife in the US - reflecting permanent migration to the US - transplanted families (my made-up term): both spouses from Mexico, both legally in the US - reflecting immediate family vs. more distant kin - families with many kin legally in the US - families with many kin undocumented in the US - families with most kin still in Mexico - which might affect attitudes towards the US and Mexico, economic behavior,...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course ANTHRO 340.101 taught by Professor Owen during the Fall '11 term at Sonoma.
- Fall '11