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作者 Alexander, William L
書名 Lost in the Long Transition : Struggles for Social Justice in Neoliberal Chile
出版項 Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, 2009
©2009
國際標準書號 9780739141519 (electronic bk.)
9780739118641
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說明 1 online resource (205 pages)
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附註 Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter One - Introduction: Enduring Contradictions of the Neoliberal State in Chile -- "Chicago Boys" and "Shock Therapy" -- Crises and Miracles -- Compromise, Reconciliation, and the Long Transition -- "Growth Without Equity" -- Free Trade and Globalization -- "Third Way" Socialism? -- Private Interests and the Public Good -- In Place, At Issue: Identity, Community, Consciousness -- Public Space and Social Memory -- Ending Authoritarian Enclaves -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- Part I - Private Interests and The Public Good -- Chapter Two - The 1981 Water Code: The Impacts of Private Tradable Water Rights on Peasant and Indigenous Communities in Northern Chile -- The 1981 Water Code -- Water Rights Markets and Social Benefits -- Impacts of Water Markets on Peasant and Indigenous Communities in Northern Chile -- Indigenous Communities in the Loa and Salar de Atacama Basins -- Social Equity Implications of Tradable Water Rights -- Conclusion: Future Prospects -- Notes -- Chapter Three - Intersections or Fault Lines? Chile's Free National Tuberculosis Treatment Program Within a Privatizing Health System -- The Global Context -- Tuberculosis in Chile -- The Current Chilean Health System -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Chapter Four - Confronting Global Corporations: The Strike in Minera Escondida and Workers' Struggles in Contemporary Chile -- The Escondida Mine and the Modernization of Chilean Copper Mining -- Labor Unions in Post-dictatorship Chile -- The Strike in Escondida -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Chapter Five - Globalization Hits El Trauco: The Archipelago of Chiloé in the Era of Neoliberalism -- Historical Background -- The Rise of Fisheries -- The Minifundio and the Minga -- Bourdieu's "Right Hand" -- Neoliberalism and Individualism -- Differing Values -- Testimonials
Conclusion -- Notes -- Chapter Six - Purchasing Patagonia: The Contradictions of Conservation in Free Market Chile -- Case Study: Parque Pumalín -- The Founder's Philosophy -- Objectors and Competitors -- The Ecotourism Alternative -- Imitators and Millionaire Peers -- Native Chilean Environmentalists -- Conclusion: The Implications of Private Conservation -- Notes -- Part II - In Place, At Issue: Identity, Community, Consciousness -- Chapter Seven - Cultural History "Written in the Margins": Political Ecology of Copper and Community in the "Little North" -- Copper as Sovereignty -- Copper As Military Subsidy -- Copper As Labor Struggle -- Copper As Dependency: Limits to Export Diversification -- Political Ecology and the Nature of Community -- Political Ecology of the Norte Chico -- Conclusion: Consciousness, Identity, Space, and Place -- Notes -- Chapter Eight - Builders of the City: Pobladores and the Territorialization of Class Identity in Chile -- Methodology -- Theoretical Considerations on Class Identity -- The Historical Construction of Poblador Identity -- Class and Place in the Neoliberal Era -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Chapter Nine - The Politics of Street Children in Chile -- Structural Violence -- Chilean Neoliberalism -- SENAME -- Street Children -- The Public Secret of Neoliberalism -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Chapter Ten - Repatriating Women: Navigating the Way "Home" in Neoliberal Chile -- Background to Exile in Chile -- Exile in Montreal -- Neoliberal Realities -- The Return -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Index -- About the Authors
Presenting case studies by anthropologists, historians, political scientists, and environmental specialists,Lost in the Long Transition critically examines the impact of neoliberal economic and social policies at the local level in post-dictatorship Chile. Topics include privatization of water rights, tuberculosis and public health crises, the role of labor unions, industrial salmon farming, natural resource conservation, the political ecology of copper, struggles for affordable housing, homelessness and citizenship rights, and gender identity issues in the experiences of returned exiles
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Alexander, William L. Lost in the Long Transition : Struggles for Social Justice in Neoliberal Chile Lanham, MD : Lexington Books,c2009 9780739118641
主題 Social justice - Chile
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Alt Author Budds, Jessica
Paluzzi, Joan E
Vergara, Angela
Daughters, Anton
Wakild, Emily
Olavarría, Margot
Salazar, Guadalupe
Altamirano, Deborah R
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