By C. McIlwaine
This booklet goals to deal with this forget within the eu context with focus at the united kingdom case. Conceptually, it explores the meanings of diaspora and even if this is often a suitable notion to consult Latin American migration to Europe particularly
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2 percent of the GDP. The second capital asset of particular importance is human capital. This has tended to be associated with brain drain, with an important debate relating to more educated (post secondary level) migrants (Yeates 2008). Higher education qualifications obviously result in greater remunerations, but at the same time it is the countries of origin that have invested in the costs of education. A third asset, less widely identified is social capital. Here the work of Cordero-Guzmán and Quiroz-Becerra (2007) is noteworthy in terms of their focus on the “collective” benefit of remittances.
When members of the so-called Accession 8 (A8) countries began moving to selected European destinations after 2004, including the UK, opportunities for “other” migrant workers (including South Americans, but also Africans) may have contracted. Moreover, media reports struggled to rework the traditional reading of “immigrant” as “external” in light of the European status and whiteness of A8 migrants. Such shifting demographics transmit further pressure upon an already fragile migration-citizenship regime, and fuel uncertainty and popular discontent about the role of immigration in European society.
Accordingly, transnational families are characterized as temporary formations with low longevity but high degrees of institutionalization. However, characterizing transnational families as temporary both appears to run against South American practice (Schmalzbauer 2008) and misses the relativizing nature of transnational social fields. In the latter case, while Bailey and Boyle (2004, 239) drew attention to the diversification of space-times “as more families are formed and split between nations within the [European] Community,” it should be noted that South American migrant families are being formed and split across the boundaries of “fortress Europe” as well as within the Community.
Cross-Border Migration among Latin Americans: European Perspectives and Beyond by C. McIlwaine