This article revolves around the results of an inquiry centered on a group of highly-skilled Spanish immigrants living in Mexico City. This piece focuses chiefly on their lived spaces ?understood to mean their everyday experiences?, and suggests that this space is articulated in different places that become contact zones between the Spaniards and the local population. In its conclusion, the article argues that the study of lived space and place allows for a better understanding of the settlement and migration processes of this collective.
|Journal||Iztapalapa, Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|