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Becoming Transnational Youth WorkersEd to New York City the early 2000s As one of the conseuences of intractable POVERTY IN THEIR HOMELAND THESE EMIGRANT in their homeland these exhibit levels of agency and competence not usually assigned to children and teenage minors and disrupt mainstream notions of what practices Are Appropriate At Their appropriate at their Leaving school and family in Mexico and financially supporting

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Ot only themselves through their Work In New York in New but also their families back home these #YOUTHS ARE INDEPENDENT TEENAGE MIGRANTS WHO UPON MIGRATION WISH #are independent teenage migrants upon migration wish assume or resume autonomy and agency rather than dependence This book also explores community and family understandings about survival and social mobility in an era of extreme global economic ineualit. ,
Becoming Transnational Youth Workers contests mainstream notions Of Adolescence With Its Study adolescence with its study a previously under documented cross
SECTION OF MEXICAN IMMIGRANT YOUTH PRECEDING 
of Mexican immigrant youth Preceding latest wave of Central American children and teenagers now fleeing violence in their homelands Isabel Martinez examines a group of unaccompanied Mexican teenage minors who emigrat. ,