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Todos somos indígenas: Towards a New Language of National Political Identity

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Artículo de revistaCanessa, Andrew  Todos somos indígenas: Towards a New Language of National Political Identity. [Trad. Todos somos indígenas: Hacia un Nuevo Lenguaje de Identidad Política Nacional] Bulletin of Latin American Research, 2006 vol. 25 no. 2 p. 241-263. Palabras claves:
América del Sur | Región Andina
Bolivia
Sociología, Asuntos sociales |

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One of the most striking aspects of 'Red October' was the central role played by indigenous groups and their leaders who were largely able to set the agenda of protest. This paper explores how the concept of indigeneity as a mobilising concept has moved from the periphery of the political arena to centre stage. Two indigenous leaders played significant roles: whereas the political rhetoric of Felipe Quispe is exclusionary and particularistic, Evo Morales's rhetoric is inclusive and broad. Indigenous identity as articulated by indigenous leaders is contrasted to the identities expressed by rural people and raises the question of how indigeneity is defined and by whom.

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