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Study of land invasion organizations in Lima and Quito reveals six surprising trends that differ by metropolitan context. Specifically, invasion organizations tend to differ with respect to building materials, original land ownership, the difficulty and consequences of acquiring land titles,...
The impact of migration on women's experiences of intimate violence and on their efforts to leave abusive relationships in Latin American states is an important area that has yet to be sufficiently explored. A case study reveals many of the external obstacles that migrant battered women in Lima...
Integration of El Salvador's agrarian resources into the global economy has contributed to periodic agrarian crises, including the 1932 massacre of 10,000 peasants and the civil war of the 1980s, in which 75,000 perished. The formation of the state, the emergence of an oligarchy, the role of the...
Emerging perspectives on the fair-trade network can be grouped into three broad categories on the basis of their overarching assumptions. The “shaped-advantage” perspective depicts fair trade as a project that assists local groups in developing capacities to help offset the negative impact of...
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