A short Study of Indigenouse Social Movments and the Political Ecology in Mexico and Latin America

José G. Vargas Hernández, Mohammad Reza Noruzi

Abstract


Struggles of traditional movements have become blurred in the face of globalization intersecting with new demands and causes revolving around globalization, such as indigenous, women and human rights, environment, etc. The internationalization of civil society refers to cross-border linkages established by social movement organizations in peace, human rights, and environmental, gender, and labor, indigenous and other social movements.

This paper aims to analyze the historical social approach and under the frame of indigenous political ecology of social movements for recognition of indigenous rights in contemporary Mexico.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v2i2.376

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