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The paper present a typology of the new and diverse new rural residents assuming as empirical support the case study of Manizales, Colombia. The information was generated from semi-structured interviews focused on the motivations to migrate from the city to the country and the integration of migrants to host social space. The analysis allowed establishing four types of new rural people: a) neo-rural for comparative attraction, b) neo-rural for ethical-political attraction, c) neo-rural for economic-productive attraction and d) neo-rural for expulsion. It is concluded that the neoruralism is a localized expression, variable with the social context of the occurrence.

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