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Abstract

I am part of the despairing middle class in Mexico, a generation of young people who went to private schools, who went to college, who speak English, live on their own and have a job. I am part of a minority, and even that seems exaggerating, only around of 17% of the total population actually gets in to a college in Mexico. And I say despairing because the crisis is fast finishing with this middle class social stratus.

Recommended Citation

SANTANA, Alicia Ojeda (2012). About livelihood and living of the youth in Latin America. Cultural Studies@Lingnan, 31. Retrieved from http://commons.ln.edu.hk/mcsln/vol31/iss1/4/