What would you like to do?
What is the most important pull factor that draws farm families to Mexico cities?
factory work paid wages in cash, which was not always the case on farms.
The availability of industrial jobs.
Mexico City's rainy season starts from late May and ends up in early October. The rainiest month would be July, with an average of 23 rainy days.
From what I've heard one tradition which used to be very popular was the last child no marriage tradition. The last born child was to take care of the mother until the day tha…t the mother died. The child was therefore forbidden any sort of marriage and love. Those kind of traditions date back to the 1930s (see the Mexican movie Como Agua Para Chocolate), and unless you are talking about the most backward village in the middle of nowhere, they are no longer true. Modern traditions can be englobed in "the family above everything else", where the extended family is the most important "institution" for Mexicans. For instance in many places, not only the nuclear family (mom, dad and children) live under the same roof; also the grandparents, unmarried brothers and sisters, etc. live altogether. That is a cultural shock many Americans have to face when Mexican neighbors move in: they are usually an extended family of many adults, children and elder people living together, "making noise" and "partying all the time".
The most important thing about farming is that people were hunting and gathering for food one day, then the next day they were farmers. This all happened from one small group …of people from the Neolithic Ages( or the New Stone Ages).
increased food production
It is the home city of nearly 20% of the total Mexican population (20 out of 107 million) and accounts for nearly 20% of the Mexican economy (US$315 billion out of US$1,563 bi…llion). It is also the seat of the government and many Mexican companies and most transnational corporations (for example: Microsoft, Symantec, Google, Volvo, Nokia, Mitsubishi) have their HQ in or around Mexico City. http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexico_city
Monterrey Mexico City Guadalajara
Not really; in terms of agricultural output, the whole Baja California Peninsula contributes with only 3.76% for the country's total.
Maize tortillas, avocados and black beans. Mostly because they can be used in combination with many other foods of Mexican and even international origin. For example, you can …make a taco with one tortilla, grilled meat, avocado and beans. That combination is called a "fajita". These of course are not the only ingredients for Mexican cuisine, as you can find several dishes of many forms which include meat, pork, fish, rice and many more. See the related questions section for further detail.
You mean international NGOs? Those would be the United Nations and its many branches (UNESCO, WHO, IMF), Greenpeace and the WWF, International Amnesty, OCDE, Interpol, among m…any others.
Bad Smog and Crime
There are several important cities in Mexico and depending on what your criteria is you will find different answers. However, some of the most important cities in Mexico… are: Mexico City Monterrey Guadalajara Puebla Leon Toluca Queretaro
Location is the most important factor in the formation of early settlements. A good location would include a close proximity to fresh water, wood lands, transportation, other …settlements etc... The better the location the quicker the settlement will grow and the more prosperous it will be.
Roman Catholic 76.5%, Protestant 6.3% (Pentecostal 1.4%, Jehovah's Witnesses 1.1%, other 3.8%), other 0.3%, unspecified 13.8%, none 3.1%