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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Indelible inequalities in Latin America.
Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2010
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Paul Gootenberg; Luis Reygadas
|ISBN:||9780822347194 0822347199 9780822347347 0822347342|
|Description:||xvi, 228 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword: the paradox of inequality in Latin America / Eric Hershberg --
Latin American inequalities : new perspectives from history, politics, and culture / Paul Gootenberg --
The construction of Latin American inequality / Luis Reygadas --
Health policy and the historical reproduction of class, race, and gender inequality in Peru / Christina Ewig --
Incommensurable worlds of practice and value : a view from the shantytowns of Lima / Jeanine Anderson --
Inequalities of political information and participation : the case of the 2002 Brazilian elections / Lucio Renno --
Between Orishas and revolution : the expression of racial inequalities in post-Soviet Cuba / Odette Casamayor --
How Latin American inequality becomes Latino inequality : a case study of Hudson Valley farmworkers / Margaret Gray --
Afterword: Funes and the toolbox of inequality / Javier Auyero.
|Responsibility:||edited by Paul Gootenberg and Luis Reygadas ; foreword by Eric Hershberg.|
"This book will remind readers that just as we cannot talk about democracy without tackling exclusion, we cannot make sense of justice without understanding inequality. In Latin America, hierarchies