¿Turistas o inmigrantes estadounidenses? Identidad y Economías Étnicas en Mazatlán, Sinaloa (México)

Brianda Elena Peraza Noriega, Arturo Santamaría Gómez


En Mazatlán, Sinaloa, México, han surgido negocios de inmigrantes estadounidenses jubilados y/o turistas de estancia prolongada que construyen atmosferas “étnicas” de consumo en este puerto que alberga un alto número de este tipo de turistas y/o inmigrantes. En dicha ciudad la presencia de los turistas y/o inmigrantes estadounidenses, así como los negocios propiedad de sus connacionales, es importante y ha ido en aumento. El objetivo de este artículo consistió en analizar los conceptos de turismode estancia prolongada y de transmigración, por un lado, y de identidad y economía étnica, por otro, que nos acercan a un conocimiento mayor de inmigrantes jubilados y/o turistas de estancia prolongada que han creado espacios de identidad y negocios en un país distintoal suyo. Para tal propósito, el ensayo, a través de una entrevista aplicada a catorce empresarios estadounidenses, concluye con el análisis de algunos aspectos del perfil económico, social, turístico y cultural de las pequeñas empresas establecidas en Mazatlán que son propiedad de inmigrantes y/o turistas estadounidenses.


Transmigración; Turismo de larga estancia; Identidad; Economías étnicas; Migrantes estadounidenses; Mazatlán

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