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Análisis Político

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DUARTE, Carlos. Capitalism, etnicidad and globalizacion: The Andean case. anal.polit. [online]. 2006, vol.19, n.56, pp.93-114. ISSN 0121-4705.

During the last the 15 years the phenomena of ethnic mobilization, have taken an unusual importance within the globalisation. The objective of this paper will be to present the general cadre in which these phenomena follow one another, regarding the affinities and specificities of these processes in three countries of the Andean area ( Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia ). The intention will be to show how the indigenous policies of the Andean states correspond with the processes of expansion and capitalist accumulation. By this way, we set out to locate the impacts produced by the neoliberal reforms imposed to the Andean states, within the present phenomena of "globalization" and "location". Finally we will try to suggest some analyses that demonstrate the relation between the revitalisation of the indigenous organization, the production of the expert knowledge and the famous "paradoxes of the ethnicity ".

Keywords : Ethnicuty; State; capitalism; globalization.

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