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De colonizadores a inmigrantes gachupines. Los discursos sobre los españoles en la esfera pública mexicana (1880-1930)

 

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Título alternativo: From colonists to "gachupines" immigrants. Discourses about spaniards in the mexican public eye (1880-1930)
Author: Gil Lázaro, Alicia
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Economía e Historia Económica
Date: 2017-07
Document type: Article
Abstract: Este artículo tiene por objetivo estudiar los discursos generados por las elites políticas e intelectuales mexicanas con respecto al inmigrante español durante los años de la emigración masiva de europeos a América Latina (1880-1930). Recurre para e...
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This article deals with the discourse built by Mexican political and intellectual elites about Spanish immigrants during the years of European massive migration to Latin America (1880-1930). We use the critical analyses of discourse as analytical framework. We want to evaluate the influence of Mexican public opinion and their imaginary about foreign people, both in political elites and popular groups, in the construction of the Spanish immigrants image, and their integration processes in the reception society, as well as their impact in the historical formation of Mexican State-Nation. It was their strong presence in business and entrepreneur’s world during the Porfirian decades (18761910) considered as a neo-colonialism stage or as a part of the political and economic culture of the country? In addition, did the xenophobic answer, above all against the Spaniards, during the Revolution and post-revolution age, become sometimes a decolonization action?
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