Bolivian Migrants in Working-class Neighborhoods Of the City of Salta, Argentina
This article deals with the initial process of immersion of the research project “Migration and Territorial Practices of the Bolivian Community in the City of Salta, Argentina: The Situation of Migrants in Working-class Neighborhoods.” The study is part of a broader program, “Migra-tions and Governance,” in which the Catholic University of Salta, Argentina’s Departments of Psychology, Architecture, and International Relations participate. The research team links up the information produced by the different areas involved using an interdisciplinary approach to facilitate access to inputs that will be the basis for formulating policies and programs involv-ing the challenges and opportunities presented by migration.
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