4 edition of Social Development in Latin America found in the catalog.
September 2000 by Lynne Rienner Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Joseph S. Tulchin (Editor), Allison M. Garland (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||275|
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more.5/5(2). Latin America in the Vortex of Social ChangeDevelopment and Resistance Dynamics. Latin America in the Vortex of Social Change.
Development and Resistance Dynamics. 'This book examines the most important social policy development in Latin America in decades: the extension of welfare states to cover 'outsiders,' or informal sector and rural workers who constitute a majority of most Latin American workforces, and yet they have historically been denied access to health care, pensions, and other basic social benefits in most of the by: China and Sustainable Development in Latin America documents the social and environmental impact of the China-led commodity boom in the region.
It also highlights important areas of innovation, like Chile's solar energy sector, in which governments, communities and investors worked together to harness the commodity boom for the benefit of the people and the : $ Governance, Development, and Social Inclusion in Latin America Villanueva Ulfgard, R.
(Ed), Villanueva, C. (Ed) This series seeks to go beyond a traditional focus on the virtues of intra-regional and inter-regional trade agreements, liberal economic policies, and a narrow security agenda in Latin America.
Book Description. This book, paying attention to the axes of identity, strategy, and democracy, grew out of the authors' shared and growing interest in contemporary social movements and the vast theoretical literature on these movements produced during the s, particularly in Latin America.
In Development in Latin America, Maristella Svampa explores the contemporary development and resistance dynamics of capitalist development — the workings (on people and societies) of the world capitalist system — in the context of Latin America, where these dynamics have had their most notable focuses on the phenomenon of “neoextractivism,” the combination of the global.
The purpose of this report is to answer whether changes on the national and international front have been accompanied by actual improvements in material conditions among indigenous people, presenting a regional picture of the evolution of socio-economic conditions among indigenous people in Latin America over the past decade.
What mobilises these emerging groups in Latin America. How is the state responding to these movements. This book poses a lot of important questions and provides a rich collection that focuses Social Development in Latin America book the “old and new s It is incredible to see how this volume from is still relevant today/5.
Clearly, one of the region’s most pressing problems is public insecurity. With only 10% of the world’s population, Latin America accounts for 30% of all homicides. This, together with other crimes, has grave consequences for individuals, but also for the region’s economies and development. High on the list of shortcomings is the fact that Latin American governments and Chinese investors largely fell short of mitigating the social and environmental impact of commodity-led growth.
China and Sustainable Development in Latin America documents the social and environmental impact of the China-led commodity boom in the region. Social protection serves as an important development tool, helping to alleviate deprivation, reduce social risks, raise household income and develop human capital.
This book brings together an interdisciplinary team of international experts to analyse social protection systems and welfare regimes across contemporary Latin America. "Rethinking Latin America is a timely and critical study by one of the leading scholars worldwide on Latin American and international affairs.
Sweeping and ambitious, the work provides a fresh interpretation of five centuries of development and social change in Latin America and five decades of academic and political debate on the region in Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US.
This edited volume discusses the development theory advanced by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) in the s, and its transformations through the second half of the twentieth century.
In this time frame, the authors identify two approaches: structuralism ( This book surveys the current state of education in Latin America. It reviews the nature of education systems and the content of courses, and discusses a range of key themes, in particular those concerned with the connections between education and political, economic and social change.
This book, paying attention to the axes of identity, strategy, and democracy, grew out of the authors' shared and growing interest in contemporary social movements and the vast theoretical literature on these movements produced during the s, particularly in Latin America Price: $ Social development in Latin America: issues for public policy (English) Abstract.
Since the Social Development Summit in Copenhagen inthere has been a progressive search for mechanisms to incorporate the social dimension systematically in the development agenda.
Three core themes have marked the debate. First, is the persistence Cited by: 3. Women’s participation in social development: experiences from Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean / edited by Karen Mokate.
Includes bibliographical references. ISBN: 1. Women in development--Latin America. Community development--Latin America. Women in politics--Latin America. Women in development--Caribbean Area. This chapter presents an overview of social work in Latin America. It covers the evolution of social work education and practice, and the scope of social work and labor realities for social workers.
Latin America faces many of the same socioeconomic concerns of other countries of the Global South, including an aging population, an ever-growing population of young people, struggles with. Get this from a library. Social change and social development policy in Latin America.
[United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America.]. outcomes in Latin America being carried out by the Research Depart- ment of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), which includes among other products the Economic and Social.
Latin America is generally understood to consist of the entire continent of South America in addition to Mexico, Central America, and the islands of the Caribbean whose inhabitants speak a Romance peoples of this large area shared the experience of conquest and colonization by the Spaniards and Portuguese from the late 15th through the 18th century as well as movements of.
Through grounded case studies in seven Latin American countries, this book explores how development and social change in food and agriculture are fundamentally experiential, contingent and unpredictable. the collection of essays included in Food, Agriculture and Social Change contains incisive and empirically-based analyses of the ways in.
American relations with Latin America have definitely improved recently, although the region is still not stable.
In the last 20 years, transnational crime and personal insecurity have become the most pressing issues for most countries in the region – more pressing than economic inequality, poverty and social. turalists, inflation in Latin America arises from the socio-political tensions, sectoral imbalances and expectations generated by the process of development : Cristobal Kay.
Introduction. The purpose of this chapter is to adapt the welfare regime paradigm in order to throw light on social policy and human development in the contemporary world, and to instigate an empirical analysis to map the pattern of regimes across the developing and transitional zones of the global system.
She participates in the Permanent Alternative to Development Group in Latin America and coordinates several groups concerned with ecological themes in Argentina.
Maristella Svampa has written several books about political and social problems in Latin America. This book is the result of the papers presented at the workshop on Corporate Social Responsibility in the Promotion of Social Development: Experiences from Latin America and Asia that took place in Tokyo and Okinawa from July 12 to 16, The workshop was organized by the Social Development.
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Books Advanced Search New Releases. Social Policy Expansion in Latin America by Candelaria Garay New York: Cambridge University Press,pp. The welfare state emerged in middle-income countries in Latin America during the first half of the 20th century when health care services and pensions were granted to.
The book focuses on Latin America to identify factors associated with the evolution of welfare state policies during the pre-globalization period prior towhilst studying how globalization and democratization have affected governments' fiscal commitment to social : Alex Segura-Ubiergo.
This edited volume examines how economic processes have worked upon social lives and social realities in Latin America during the past decades. Through tracing the effects of the neoliberal epoch into the era of the so-called pink tide, the book seeks to understand to what extent the turn to the left at the start of the millennium managed to.
China and Sustainable Development in Latin America documents the social and environmental impacts of the China-led commodity boom in Latin America. It also highlights important areas of innovation where governments, communities and investors have worked together to harness the commodity boom for the benefit of the people and the planet.
The Latin American Economic Outlook Development in Transition (LEO ) presents a fresh analytical approach to the region’s development trajectories.
It assesses four development traps relating to productivity, social vulnerability, institutions and the environment. In Democracy and the Left, Evelyne Huber and John D.
Stephens argue that the resurgence of democracy in Latin America is key to this change. In addition to directly affecting public policy, democratic institutions enable left-leaning political parties to emerge, significantly influencing the allocation of social spending on poverty and inequality.
All across Latin America, rural peoples are organizing in support of broadly distinct but interrelated issues. Food sovereignty, agrarian reform, indigenous and women’s rights, sustainable development, fair trade, and immigration issues are the focus of a large number of social movements found in countries such as Bolivia, Colombia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Brazil, and Peru.
Islands of development: a political and social approach to development administration in Latin America \/ R.T. Groves. The Venezuelan administrative reform movement, \/ F.D. Levy Jr. Economic planning in Venezuela \/ H. Jaguarlbe.Festival of American Folklife, Culture and Development in Latin-America and the Caribbean program (FAF_).
Photo by Jeff Tinsley. Courtesy of the Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections, Smithsonian Institution. Ronaldo Munck is the Head of Civic Engagement at Dublin City University and a visiting professor of International Development at the University of Liverpool and St.
Mary’s University, Nova Scotia. He has authored or edited more than 30 books on various topics related to globalization, international development, and social movements, as well as over academic journal by: 4.