Chapter 6 Delve Deeper (Additional Readings)

Chapter 6 Delve Deeper (Additional Readings)

Rosario: Coping with a Husband's Return

Borges, G., Breslau, J., Orozco, R., Tancredi, D. J., Anderson, H., Aguilar-Gaxiola, S. and Mora, M. E. M., 2011. A cross-national study on Mexico-US migration, substance use and substance use disorders. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 117(1), 16–23.

Broughton, C., 2008. Migration as engendered practice: Mexican men, masculinity, and northward migration. Gender & Society, 22(5), 568–589.

Deere, C. D., 2005. The feminization of agriculture? Economic restructuring in rural Latin America (No. 1). Geneva: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.

Duke, M. and Gómez Carpinteiro, F., 2009. The effects of problem drinking and sexual risk among Mexican migrant workers on their community of origin. Human Organization, 68(3), 328–339.

Eber, C., 1995. Women and alcohol in a highland Maya town: Water of hope, water of sorrow. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Farmer, P., 2004. An anthropology of structural violence. Current Anthropology, 45(3): 305-325.

García, V., 2008. Problem drinking among transnational Mexican migrants: Exploring migrant status and situational factors. Human Organization, 67(1), 12–24.

Garcini, L., Peña, J., Galvan, T., Fagundes, C., Malcarne, V. and Klonoff, E., 2017. Mental disorders among undocumented Mexican immigrants in high-risk neighborhoods: Prevalence, comorbidity, and vulnerabilities. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 85(10), 927–936.

McClusky, L., 2001. ‘Here, our culture is hard’: Stories of domestic violence from a Mayan community in Belize. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Menjívar, C., 2011. Enduring violence: Ladina women’s lives in Guatemala. Berkeley: Uniersity of California Press.

O’Brien, J. 2018. States of Intoxication: The place of Alcohol in Civilisation. New York: Routledge Press.

Pine, J., 2007. Economy of speed: The new narco-capitalism. Public Culture, 19(2), 357–366.

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