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Through new roots internal migration and colonization in Bolivia

Through new roots internal migration and colonization in Bolivia

Tras nuevas raices migraciones internas y colonizacion en Bolivia: 360

This paper tackles the problem of internal, rural-rural migration in Bolivia in zones of colonization, namely Santa Guy, Lochabamba and La pay. Part of the paper also concentrates on rural-urban migration as a result of existing social and cultural conditions.

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