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BK
2nd ed.
London : Edward Arnold, 2004
xix,316 s. : il., mapy

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ISBN 0-340-80930-2 (brož.)
Obsahuje fotografie, mapy, tabulky, rejstřík
Bibliografie na s. 268-310
Globalizace - Latinská Amerika - sborníky
Latinská Amerika - globalizace - změny - sborníky
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Contents // List of tables xi // List of figures xiii // About the authors xv // Preface xix // PARTI: GLOBALIZATION AND MODERNITY I // 1 Latin America transformed: globalization and neoliberalism 3 // Robert N. Gwynne, Cristobal Kay // Unravelling the concept of globalization in Latin America 5 // Globalization and the contemporary relevance of structuralism and dependency theories I I // Globalization in the neoliberal era 14 // Social bases of neoliberalism 17 // Conclusion: a paradigm shift in theory and policy 19 // 2 Modernity and identity: cultural change in Latin America 22 // Jorge Larrain // Introduction 22 // The Latin American trajectory to modernity 24 // Some specific elements of Latin American modernity and culture 32 // Conclusion 38 // 3 Structural reform in South America and Mexico: Economic and // Regional Perspectives 39 // Robert N. Gwynne // Historical contexts 43 // Economic policy change 46 // Impacts and problems of neoliberal reform 50 // Neoliberalism and economic spaces 57 // Conclusion 63 // 4 Globalization, neoliberalism and economic change in Central // America and the Caribbean 67 // Thomas Klak // A region of small and dependent states 69 // Development policies prior to neoliberalism 73 // The debt crisis and the neoliberal remedy 76 // The meaning and impacts of globalization 77 // The neoliberal development model 80 // Cuba: island socialism amid global capitalism 84 // Migration and transnationalism 87 // Regional trading blocs 87 // The growing
drug economy 90 // Conclusion 91 // 5 The urban revolution 93 // Alan Gilbert // Urban growth during the twentieth century 94 // Explanations for urban growth 95 // Rural-urban migration 98 // The geography of urban growth under the new economic model 101 // The urbanization of poverty 102 // Differential patterns of urban change 104 // An unpredictable future I 14 // 6 The political economy of sustainable development I 17 // Warwick E. Murray and Eduardo Silva // Natural resource use - economy or environment? I 18 // Political-economic issues and implications 122 // Whose sustainability? The Chilean fruit export boom 124 // Environmental issues and implications 128 // The politics of natural resource extraction 133 // Conclusion 135 // PART 2: POLITICALTRANSFORMATIONS 139 // 7 Authoritarianism, democracy and development 141 // Eduardo Silva // Political economy and the state 141 // Democracy, authoritarianism and development 143 // Conclusion 154 // 8 The new political order: towards technocratic democracies? 157 // Patricio Silva // Neoliberalism, modernization and democracy 157 // The depoliticization of society 159 // Political legitimation and consumerism 162 // The technocratization of policy-making 164 // Disenchantment // The future of democracy in Latin America // 166 // 168 // PART 3: SPACE, SOCIETY AND LIVELIHOODS 171 // 9 Livelihood transitions, place transformations: grounding // globalization and modernity 173 // Anthony Bebbington // Conceptualizing livelihoods
in Latin America 174 // Livelihoods since neoliberalism 181 // Livelihood politics 183 // Livelihoods, NGOs and development 185 // Globalization and livelihoods in Latin America 188 // Conclusion 191 // 10 Civil society, grassroots politics and livelihoods 193 // Sarah A. Radcliffe // Civil society in Latin America: social difference, rights and the state 194 // Civil society mobilization in the 1970s and 1980s 196 // Civil society and the transition to democracy 202 // Civil society and social difference 202 // Conclusion 207 // I I Urban livelihoods, employment and gender 210 // Sylvia Chant // Household livelihoods 210 // Urban employment 215 // Gender and the urban labour market 221 // Conclusion 228 // 12 Rural livelihoods and peasant futures 232 // Cristobal Kay // The lost promise of agrarian reform 232 // Globalization, neoliberalism and agriculture 234 // Peasant futures: a permanent semi-proletariat? 240 // The new peasant movement: indigenous and environmental dimensions 246 // Conclusion 249 // PART 4: LATIN AMERICAN FUTURES 251 // 13 The alternatives to neoliberalism 253 // Robert N. Gwynne and Cristobal Kay // The neoliberal model evaluated 253 // Alternatives to neoliberalism 259 // Bibliography 268 // Index 3 I I

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