Venezuela Reframed : Bolivarianism, Indigenous Peoples and Socialisms of the 21st Century
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Yayıncı Zed Books ( 10 / 2015 ) ISBN 9781783601974 | İngilizce | Türler Politika - Dünya | Genel Sosyoloji
The role of the indigenous population in the formation of the Bolivarian constitution is one of Latin America's most important untold stories. Considered a beacon of twenty-first century Socialism by many, Venezuela, is witnessing the paradoxical emergence of 'indigenous capitalisms' as government and various indigenous actors are driven by notions of development and enfranchisement grounded in the ideology of multiculturalism. Venezuela Reframed shows that a considerable part of indigenous activism, aligned with the Bolivarian governments, has paved a way for development and modernization in classical, social-democratic terms. It looks at how in opposition to sectors of the indigenous population fighting for effective political autonomy and limitation of extractive capitalism, many legitimate claims are being usurped to consolidate capitalist relations in areas with territorialized indigenous populations. Boldly arguing that certain, romanticized notions of cultural indigeneity hide growing class struggle, this book is essential reading not just for those interested in Venezuela, but those interested in broader debates on the prospects of democracy, contemporary states and alternatives to capitalism worldwide.