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Key Texts for Latin American Sociology

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July 2019 | 480 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Key Texts for Latin American Sociology comprises translations of key texts from the Latin American Sociology canon. It is the first book to curate and then translate these key texts into English, bringing together texts from leading sociologists in 

countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, Mexico, Bolivia, and Uruguay, to provide comprehensive coverage of a wide range of issues in Latin American Sociology.

Conceived in the city of Mendoza (Argentina), at a workshop held in 2013, where the scientific committee discussed the difference between “classics” and “key-texts”. This volume is the result of five years of collaboration between colleagues from 15 Latin American Countries.

 
INTRODUCTORY STUDY - Latin American Sociology: a centennial regional tradition, by Fernanda Beigel (Argentina)
 
SECTION ONE : FOUNDING PROBLEMS
 
Chapter 1: Founding problems and institutionalization of Latin American Sociology , by Jorge Rovira-Mas (Universidad de Costa Rica)
 
Chapter 2: Alberto Guerreiro Ramos (Brazil) Canned Sociology versus Dynamic Sociology-For a Sociology in shirtsleeves. BC by Joao Maia Elhert (Brazil)
 
Chapter 3: Orlando Fals Borda (Colombia) Theoretical-Practical Experiences. BC by Juan Piovani (Argentina).
 
Chapter 4: Aníbal Quijano (Perú) Of don Quixote and windmills in Latin America, BC by Claudio Pinheiro (Brazil)
 
Chapter 5: Edelberto Torres Rivas (Guatemala-Costa Rica) On the pessimism of the social sciences. BC by Sergio Villena-Fiengo(Costa Rica)
 
Chapter 6: Elizabeth Jelin (Argentina) The foundations of a new issue: gender, human rights and memory BC by Teresa Valdés (Chile).
 
SECTION TWO : PRESENT AND FUTURE IN DEBATE
 
Chapter 7: Understanding historical and contemporary debate in Latin American Sociology: enlightening paths by Raquel Sosa Elízaga (México)
 
Chapter 8: Sergio Bagu (México-Argentina) Building theory BC by Pablo de Marinis (Argentina)
 
Chapter 9: René Zavaleta (Bolivia) The plaint of the excedent. BC Oscar Vega Camacho (Bolivia)
 
Chapter 10: Arturo Escobar (Colombia) Development (again) in question: some tendencies in the critical debates on capitalism, development and modernity in Latin America. BC by Irene Piedrahíta Arcila (Colombia)
 
Chapter 11: Bolívar Echeverría (Ecuador-México) The “american” modernity. BC by Márgara Millán (México)
 
SECTION THREE : SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND INEQUALITIES
 
Chapter 12: Inequality, Inequalities by Nadya Araujo Guimaraes (Brazil)
 
Chapter 13: José Carlos Mariátegui (Perú) The problem of race BC by José Carlos Mariátegui-Ezeta and Javier Mariátegui Chiappe (Perú).
 
Chapter 14: Florestan Fernandes (Brazil) The weight of past BC by Antonio Sergio Guimaraes (Brazil).
 
Chapter 15: Rodolfo Stavenhagen (México) The dynamics of Inter-ethnic relations: classes, colonialism and acculturation BC by Francisco Zapata (México)
 
Chapter 16: José Nun (Argentina) Relative superpoblation, reserve army and marginal mass BC by Gabriel Kessler (Argentina)
 
Chapter 17: Orlandina de Oliveira y Marina Ariza (México) Families in transition and conceptual frameworks in redefinition BC by Brigida García (México).
 
SECTION FOUR : IDENTITIES, ACTORS AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
 
Chapter 18: Latin American Perspectives in Social Movements Research by Breno Bringel (Brazil)
 
Chapter 19: Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui (Bolivia) Ch’ixinakax utxiwa. A Reflection on the Practices and Discourses of Decolonization, BC by Maristella Svampa (Argentina)
 
Chapter 20: Eder Sader (Brasil) When new actors arrived on the scene BC by Maria da Gloria Gohn (Brasil).
 
Chapter 21: Virginia Vargas (Perú) Latin American feminisms in transit to the new millenium BC by Susana Rostignol (Uruguay)
 
Chapter 22: Enrique de la Garza Toledo (México) Union models in Latin America, before and after BC by Patricia Collado (Argentina)
 
SECTION FIVE : STATE, SOCIETY AND POLITICS
 
Chapter 23: Politics, State and society in Latin American Sociology: a partial introduction by Manuel Antonio Garretón (Chile)
 
Chapter 24: Suzy Castor (Haiti) The secular roots of a difficult nation-building. BC by Patricia Funes (Argentina)
 
Chapter 25: Ernesto Laclau (Argentina-UK) The populist drift and the latin american center-left BC by Paula Biglieri (Argentina)
 
Chapter 26: Guillermo O’Donnell (Argentina-US) On certain aspects of the crisis of State. BC by Maria Hermínia Tavares de Almeida (Brazil).
 
Chapter 27: Bernardo Sorj y Sergio Fausto (Brazil) Political activism in times of internet. BC by Carlos Ruiz Encina (Chile)

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