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Introduction to Latin America: Twenty-First Century Challenges

by Peadar Kirby SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
04/2003
ISBN:
9780761973737
Format:
Pbk 248 pages
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`This excellent textbook provides students of Latin America with a rich and deep analysis of the processes and outcomes of globalization, past and present. Diversity and difference are explored using vivid and detailed country profiles. A strength of this textbook is its ability to explain complex issues in a way that is engaging and informative. It provides conceptual frameworks for students to engage in independent analysis of the complexities of global forces as they impact on, and interact with, the "local" in different contexts. It also, however, engages with the issues of crucial importance for the lived realities of Latin American people- poverty, development, the state and resistance under changing political, economic and ideological conditions. An essential buy for serious students of Latin America' -

Introduction Understanding Latin America PART ONE: LEGACIES Diversity amid Unity Towards Development PART TWO: NEO-LIBERAL REFORMATION Liberating the Market Resituating the State Regionalization The Human Impact Interlude Cuba: Uncertain Transition PART THREE: POPULAR RESPONSES Political Strains New Social Actors PART FOUR: PROSPECTS Latin America in the Twenty-First Century