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Pobladoras Indigenas and the State

Conflicts Over Women"s Rights in Chile
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Rutgers University Press
Civil rights & citizenship, Indigenous peoples, Women"s studies, Social conditions, History: World, History, Sociology, Chile, Feminism & Feminist Theory, Latin America - General, Poor women, Women"s rights, Working class
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ISBN 100813534224
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In Pobladoras, Indígenas, and the State, Patricia Richards examines how Chilean state policy shapes the promotion of women’s interests but at the same time limits the advancement of different classes and racial-ethnic groups in various ways.4/4(1). In Pobladoras, Indígenas, and the State, Patricia Richards examines how Chilean state policy shapes the promotion of women's interests but at the same time limits the advancement of different.

In Pobladoras, Indigenas, and the State, Patricia Richards examines how Chilean state policy shapes the promotion of women's interests but at the same time limits the advancement of different classes and racial-ethnic groups in various ways.

Book Review: Pobladoras, Indígenas, and the State: Conflicts over Women’s Rights in ChileAuthor: Susan Franceschet. This critical analysis of the role of the state, diversity of women's movements and the social and political position of indigenous peoples of Latin America provides an illuminating discussion Pobladoras Indigenas and the State book the ways in which the state defines women's interest, and constructs women's citizenship.

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An incisive look at the women's movement in Chile. The context is Chile's ending of Pinochet's dictatorship in and the subsequent gradual emergence of a pluralistic democracy.

In this society, it has now become possible for many groups to overtly assert their influence. Richards studies how various female social groups have fared. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Susan A. Berger published Pobladoras, Indigenas, and the State: Conflicts over Women’s Rights in Chile by Patricia Richards:Pobladoras, Indígenas, and the State.

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It provides an in-depth description of state policies in the region, concentrating mainly on the Concertacion governments ().Author: Patricia Richards.

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Title: Why Women Protest: Women's Movements in Chile Cambridge Studies 5/5(1). Richards's first book, Pobladoras, Indígenas and the State: Conflicts Over Women's Rights in Chile, was published in by Rutgers University Press.

In the book, she examines how state policy shapes the promotion of women's interests but at the same time contribute to the marginalization of particular classes and racial-ethnic groups. Abstract. Mariana’s narrative presents just one example of the complexities of going about daily life as a transgender or intersex person in Chile a society where identity (ID) cards are central to accessing most services, from public health to the labor market, the incongruence between self-presentation and official identification serve to perpetuate the discriminatory.

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Richards's first book,  Pobladoras, Indígenas and the State: Conflicts Over Women's Rights in Chile, was published in by Rutgers University Press.

In the book, she examines how state policy shapes the promotion of women's interests but at the same time contribute to the marginalization of particular classes and racial-ethnic groups.

About the Author. Rebecca Hanson is Assistant Professor in the Center of Latin American Studies and the Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law at the University of Florida. Patricia Richards is Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies at the University of Georgia.

She is the author of Pobladoras, Indígenas, and the State: Conflicts over Women’s Rights in Chile and Race and the.

Abstract. This chapter explores several broad stages of women’s mobilization in contemporary Latin America. It first examines women’s mobilization in the s and s against authoritarian regimes and in favor of nationalist, class-based causes.

Richards's book, Pobladoras, Indgenas and the State: Conflicts Over Women's Rights in Chile, was published in by Rutgers University Press.

In the book, she examines how state policy shapes the promotion of women's interests but at the same time contribute to the marginalization of particular classes and racial-ethnic groups. Patricia Richards, Pobladoras, Indígenas, and the State: Conflicts over Women’s Rights in Chile, Rutgers University Press, She is the author of Pobladoras, Indígenas, and the State: Conflicts Over Women's Rights in Chile.

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Rebecca Hanson is Assistant Professor in the Center of Latin American Studies and the Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law at the University of Florida.

Patricia Richards is Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies at the University of Georgia. She is the author of Pobladoras, Indígenas, and the State: Conflicts over Women’s Rights in Chile and Race and the. Pobladoras, indigenas and the state: Conflicts over women's rights in Chile; Maurice Isserman, If I had a hammer: the death of the old left and the birth of the new left.

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the author of Pobladoras, Indígenas and the State: Conflicts Over Women's Rights in Chile (Rutgers ) and Race and the Chilean Miracle: Neoliberalism, Democracy, and Indigenous Rights (Pittsburgh ).

Her forthcoming book with Rebecca Hanson (University of Florida) is called Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research. Alvarez, Sonia E., Dagnino, Evelina and Escobar, Arturo, Cultures of politics, politics of cultures: re-visioning Latin American social movements, Westview Press.

She is the author of Pobladoras, Indígenas and the State: Conflicts Over Women's Rights in Chile (Rutgers ) and Race and the Chilean Miracle: Neoliberalism, Democracy, and Indigenous Rights (Pittsburgh ). Her forthcoming book with Rebecca Hanson (University of Florida) is called Harassed: Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research.

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