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by Edward F. Fischer

eBook Indigenous Peoples, Civil Society, and the Neo-liberal State in Latin America epub
  • ISBN: 1845455975
  • Author: Edward F. Fischer
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (October 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 224 pages
  • ePUB size: 1326 kb
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A ground-breaking ethnographic approach to civil society as it is formed in indigenous communities in Latin America, this volume explores the multiple potentialities of civil society's growth and critically assesses the potential for sustained change

A ground-breaking ethnographic approach to civil society as it is formed in indigenous communities in Latin America, this volume explores the multiple potentialities of civil society's growth and critically assesses the potential for sustained change. Much recent literature has focused on the remarkable gains made by civil society and the chapters in this volume reinforce this trend while also showing the complexity of civil society – that civil society can itself sometimes be uncivil

Indigenous Peoples, Civil Society, and the Neo-liberal State in Latin America. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.

Indigenous Peoples, Civil Society, and the Neo-liberal State in Latin America. Cash on the Table: Markets, Values and Moral Economies.

Introduction: Indigenous Peoples, Neo-liberal Regimes, and Varieties of Civil Society in Latin America. The relationship between civil society and the state remains one of the most hotly debated issues in the social sciences, marked by vastly different understandings of the bonds between civil society, political society, and the state. The term ‘civil society’ was defined by Hegel, and later Marx, as the sphere in which economic relations are established, that is, the set of economic relationships that constitute the basis on which the legal/political superstructures rest (Bobbio 1987: 40).

Chapter 1. Introduction: Indigenous Peoples, Neo-liberal Regimes, and Varieties of Civil Society in Latin America Edward F. Fischer. Chapter 2. Indigenous Politics and the State: The Andean Highlands in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Michiel Baud. Chapter 3. La Mano Dura and the Violence of Civil Society in Bolivia Daniel M. Goldsteinwith Gloria Achá, Eric Hinojosa, and Theo Roncken. Chapter 4. te/Civil Society: Rethinking Topographies of Power through Transnational Connectivity in Ecuador and Beyond Suzana Sawyer.

Civil society : what’s in it for Latin American indigenous peoples? . ed. New York : Berghan Books, 2009, 256 pp, 11 illustrations. Version: Author's final manuscript.

Civil society : what’s in it for Latin American indigenous peoples? Ten essays penned by anthropologists, historians and activists grapple with this question in this very welcome volume.

Civil Society, and the Neo-liberal State in Latin America. Clearly, the neoliberal state has failed Latin America’s indigenous peoples in many respects.

0/ Indigenous Peoples, Civil Society, and the Neo-liberal State in Latin America. Edward F. Fischer (e. New York: Berghan Books, 2009, 256 pp, 11 illustrations. Fischer notes that the citizenship rights being demanded were in fact offered by the nation-state-but only in principle (26). Michiel Baud outlines over a century of organizing in Andean areas. The poor have to shoulder the most risk, elites are even stronger, economic inequality has increased, and a disregard for human rights is evident in many places.

Indigenous Peoples, Neo-liberal Regimes, and Varieties of Civil Society in Latin America. By: Edward F. Indigenous Politics and the State. The Andean Highlands in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. La Mano Dura and the Violence of Civil Society in Bolivia. By: Daniel M. Goldstein, Gloria Achá, Eric Hinojosa and Theo Roncken. Rethinking Topographies of Power Through Transnational Connectivity in Ecuador and Beyond.

Introduction: indigenous peoples, neo-liberal regimes, and varieties of civil society in Latin America, Edward F. Fischer Indigenous politics and the state: the Andean Highlands in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Michiel Baud La mano dura and the violence of civil society i. . Fischer Indigenous politics and the state: the Andean Highlands in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Michiel Baud La mano dura and the violence of civil society in Bolivia, Daniel M. Goldstein. Berghahn Books, 2009. Introduction: indigenous peoples, neo-liberal regimes, and varieties of civil society in Latin America. Social analysis 51 (2), 1-18, 2007.

In recent years the concept and study of “civil society” has received a lot of attention from political scientists, economists, and sociologists, but less so from anthropologists. A ground-breaking ethnographic approach to civil society as it is formed in indigenous communities in Latin America, this volume explores the multiple potentialities of civil society’s growth and critically assesses the potential for sustained change. Much recent literature has focused on the remarkable gains made by civil society and the chapters in this volume reinforce this trend while also showing the complexity of civil society - that civil society can itself sometimes be uncivil. In doing so, these insightful contributions speak not only to Latin American area studies but also to the changing shape of global systems of political economy in general.

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