Cultures of Politics/Politics of Cultures: Re-Visioning Latin American Social Movements

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Index
ABONG. See Brazil, Brazilian Association of Nongovernmental Organizations
Abortion, 102, 114(nn 30,31), 260, 280, 281, 282-283, 286, 300
Abzug, Bela, 310
Accountability, 56, 99, 119, 150, 180, 313, 412
ACTION, Online Activism Organizations List, 347(n15)
Affirmative action, 71
Afonso, Carlos Alberto, 336, 337
Africa, 221, 224, 231, 247(n20), 387, 398(n5)
Afro Reggae Notícias,237-238, 241-242
Agency, 386, 435
Agrawal, A., 390
Agriculture, 152, 181
Aguiar, Sonia, 342
Alberto, Luiz, 232
Alternex, 326, 339, 340. See also Association for Progressive Communications
Althusser, Louis, 35, 43
Ambiguity, 143, 158, 272, 390, 415, 420
Analysis, units of, 418-419
ANC. See Colombia, Asamblea Nacional Constituyente
ANCN. See Colombia, Asamblea Nacional de Comunidades Negras
Anderson, Benedict, 189(n17), 328
Anthropology, 24(n2), 36, 188, 189(n17), 254, 361-362, 407 interpretive, 3-4
Anti-imperialism, 357-358, 391
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 254
Aparcana, Teresa, 302
Aparecida Schumaher, Maria, 306
APC.See Association for Progressive Communications
Appadurai Arjun, 327
APSAs. See Apparatuses and practices of social adjustment
Apparatuses and practices of social adjustment (APSAs), 22-23
Arato, Andrew, 16-17
Arditi, B., 388, 389 Argentina, 58(nn 6, 8), 96, 281, 285, 299, 302, 304
Aricó, José, 38
Aristotle, 430-431
ARN. See Afro Reggae Notícias
Arnold, Matthew, 355
Arruda, Angela, 296-297
Art, 157, 158, 159, 161, 221, 232, 361
Assembléia do Povo, 60(n29)
Association for Progressive Communications (APC), 326, 337-339, 348(nn18, 19)
Authoritarianism, 10, 12, 17, 19, 49, 59(n24), 60(n28), 68, 81, 109, 222, 285, 364, 408
authoritarian technocracy, 412
cyber-authoritarianism, 333
social, 47-48, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56 See also State(s), authoritarian
Automobiles, 81, 89(n19)
Autonomy, 42, 99, 107, 122, 134, 136, 151, 154, 158, 159, 161, 184, 202, 203, 206, 210, 211, 213, 238, 263, 272, 297, 367-368, 387, 393, 395, 425
Aylwin, Patricio, 104

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