Neoliberal globalisation and Latin American resistance : a neo-Gramscian perspective
This thesis deals with issues of power, class, conflict and identity. It deals, more specifically, with the democratic aspirations of peoples in Latin America who for centuries have been quietened and who have sporadically fought back to recover their voice. More specifically, it deals with the 'Pink Tide' phenomenon which has seen a wave of leftist governments elected in the region over the past decade, promising an end to 'savage neoliberalism' and a new era of political, economic and...[Show more]
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