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Irregular immigrants and the use of technology in Tapachula, Chiapas
Téllez Carvajal, Evelyn (autora) ; Ramos Muñoz, Dora Elia (autora) ; Mena Farrera, Ramón Abraham (autor) ;
Contenido en: Latin American geopolitics: migration, cities and globalization / César Álvarez Alonso, José Ignacio Hernández, editors Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave MacMillan, 2019 página 167-189 ISBN:978-3-319-99551-9
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Is the use of technologies (as drones that can collect biometric data such as facial recognition), the solution to control irregular immigration on Mexico’s southern border, especially in the region of Tapachula in Chiapas? Irregular immigrant flows in Tapachula have increased year after year; these flows are also increasing insecurity perceptions in the region, so it is pertinent to ask if the use of technologies is suitable to control irregular immigration, as opposed to the creation of border walls. If information and communications technology (ICT) is a reasonable answer to the problem of irregular immigration, we need to consider whether Mexican authorities are capable of protecting the privacy and personal data of immigrants and of safely dealing with such personal data in general. The purpose of this chapter is to demonstrate that Tapachula should incorporate ICT infrastructure to mitigate the effects of illegal people smuggling, albeit without neglecting to adequately protect the human rights of immigrants.

Latin American geopolitics: migration, cities and globalization / César Álvarez Alonso, José Ignacio Hernández, editors
César Álvarez Alonso, César (editor) ; Hernández, José Ignacio (editor) ;
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave MacMillan , 2019
Clasificación: 327.101098 / L3
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This edited volume analyzes globalization, migration, cities and development in Latin American geopolitics. The globalization in Latin America lays out various interrelated social, economic and political networks which challenge local-regional political systems, urban-rural territorial management, transnational mobility, social mobilization patterns, migrants, gender rights, illegal border crossing, urban and transnational violence and crime. Also, globalization and migration are changing Latin America’s own vision as a collective community. The contributors argue that the economic regionalization-globalization promotes changes in the social and economic geography which refer to social phenomena, the dynamic of social classes and their spatial implications, all of which may impact economic growth on the region. Finally, a multidisciplinary perspective is used to highlight the complexity of migration, cities and globalization in Latin America. The project will appeal to a wider audience including political scientists, scholars, researchers, students and non-academics interested in Latin American geopolitics.


1 Introduction
2 Mercosur and the Pacific Alliance Convergence: Building a Level Labor Playing Field Across Latín America
Mauro Puchera and César Álvarez Alonso 3 Movement of People in the Pacific Alliance: The Chilean Case
4 Preserving Domestic Autonomy: Weak Migration Laws and the Mercosur Strategy of Limited Integration
5 Building Territories in Urban Settings: Family Networks of Indigenous Peoples in Argentina's Hinterland
6 Theoretical and Methodological Contributions of Social Mobilization in the Context of Globalization: A Case Study of Mexico 2010-2015
7 Irregular Immigrants and the Use of Technology in Tapachula, Chiapas
8 Migrant Agricultura! Laborers in Mexico: Transforming the Marginal Consciousness Through Education
9 Correlation Between Violence and Forced Migration
10 A Critical Approach in the Context of Chilean Forestry Cities
11 Conclusions