Procesos migratorios y transiciones vitales de un grupo de jóvenes universitarios extranjeros en Barcelona, España
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Student migration
migrants in the middle
migration trajectories
life transitions
Barcelona.

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Mendoza, C., & Ortiz Guitart, A. (2015). Procesos migratorios y transiciones vitales de un grupo de jóvenes universitarios extranjeros en Barcelona, España. Economía Sociedad Y Territorio, (50), 103-131. https://doi.org/10.22136/est0502016761

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La literatura sobre “migrantes en el medio” es un tema emergente en el campo de las migraciones internacionales. Estos migrantes, en general, cuentan con niveles de educación formal medios o altos y ocupan posiciones intermedias en el mercado laboral debido a su edad o escasa experiencia laboral. El artículo se basa en 21 entrevistas semiestructuradas aplicadas a estudiantes extranjeros de doctorado en universidades de Barcelona, analiza sus motivos para emigrar, así como sus trayectorias laborales y vitales. La investigación explora el proceso complejo de emancipación del hogar familiar con relación a las prácticas y experiencias espaciales cotidianas.

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