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The Largest Mall in the Caribbean

  • Guillermo Rebollo Gil
Chapter
Part of the New Caribbean Studies book series (NCARS)

Abstract

This chapter references the public discourse and debate surrounding out-migration in Puerto Rico and locates speculation as to the possibilities of oppositional thought and action within this context. Additionally, it reflects briefly on how islanders—in their quotidian activities of packing up and speaking out—are often misinterpreted by onlookers from the mainland.

Keywords

#yonomequito #yosimequito “Here” “You” 

References

  1. Díaz, Marian. 2013. Golpea a la Economía la Fuga de Talentos. Centro para una Nueva Economía, September 29. http://grupocne.org/2013/09/29/golpea-a-la-economia-la-fuga-de-talentos/.
  2. HC Admin. 2016. #YoSiMeQuito, Me Fui de mi Isla y No me Arrepiento. Infórmate, February 22. http://www.informatepr.net/2016/02/yosimequito-me-fui-de-mi-isla-y-no-me-arrepiento/.
  3. Redacción. 2016. Alarmantes Cifras de Suicidio en Puerto Rico. Univision, August 16. http://www.univision.com/puerto-rico/wlii/noticias/suicidios/alarmantes-cifras-de-suicidios-en-puerto-rico.
  4. Ruiz Kuilan, Gloria. 2017. El Gobierno Quiere Crear el Disney del Caribe. El Nuevo Día, February 1. http://www.elnuevodia.com/noticias/locales/nota/disneyponelosojosenlaantiguabasederooseveltroadsenceiba-2293444/.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Guillermo Rebollo Gil
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  1. 1.Universidad del EsteCarolinaPuerto Rico

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