Devra Weber



Historical Perspectives on Mexican Transnationalism: With Notes from Angumacutiro

Weber questions whether “transnationalism” is qualitatively different from other migrant experiences of the early 20th century. Access to new communication technologies constitutes a major difference. The author addresses the following questions, “But how accessible are technological advancements? Who uses them? Why? And what is their impact?”

immigrants — diaspora, immigrants — transnational migration, labor and laboring classes — Mexico, Mexico — Indians — political activity, social theory — agency

Citation: Social Justice Vol. 26, No. 3 (1999): 39-58