Die Indigenenbewegung in Ecuador: Diskurs Und Dekolonialitat Philipp Altmann

ISBN: 9781306995702

Published: July 30th 2014

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353 pages


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Die Indigenenbewegung in Ecuador: Diskurs Und Dekolonialitat  by  Philipp Altmann

Die Indigenenbewegung in Ecuador: Diskurs Und Dekolonialitat by Philipp Altmann
July 30th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 353 pages | ISBN: 9781306995702 | 8.17 Mb

The Indigenous Peoples Movement, despite its enormous diversity, is an important social player in Ecuadorian Society. Since the transitional period between the mid-1970s and mid-1980s, it has established a discourse which combines identity with classMoreThe Indigenous Peoples Movement, despite its enormous diversity, is an important social player in Ecuadorian Society.

Since the transitional period between the mid-1970s and mid-1980s, it has established a discourse which combines identity with class position and is structured around the political terms indigenous sovereignty, nationality, territoriality, plural nationality, interculturality, and -the good life-.Philipp Altmann shows how this discourse stands in opposition to the colonial structuring of society and its effects - such as discrimination and inequality - and is therefore to be understood as decolonial.



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