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  • Author:
    J. Petras,Henry Veltmeyer
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 2000 edition (November 10, 1999)
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New Social Movements in Latin America: The Dynamics of Class and Identity. Veltmeyer, Henry (et a.

HENRY VELTMEYER is Professor of Sociology and International Development at St Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and Visiting Professor of Political Science at the Autonomous University of Zacatecas, Mexico. He has published in areas of sociological theory, Canadian political economy and issues of class and developments in Latin America. New Social Movements in Latin America: The Dynamics of Class and Identity.

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Neoliberalism and Class Conflict in Latin America: A comparative perspective on the political economy of structural .

Neoliberalism and Class Conflict in Latin America: A comparative perspective on the political economy of structural adjustment. H Veltmeyer, J Petras, S Vieux. The new extractivism: a post-neoliberal development model or imperialism of the twenty-first century? H Veltmeyer, JF Petras. The Journal of Peasant Studies 25 (1), 139-169, 1997.

Henry Veltmeyer is a professor of Sociology and International Development Studies at Saint Mary's University (Halifax), Nova Scotia, Canada. He is a prolific author on matters of Development and Globalization. He is also on faculty at the Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, in the Unidad Académica en Estudios de Desarrollo. Veltmeyer received his Licenciatura in linguistics (1970) at the Universidad de Guayaquíl, Ecuador, his . in Education & Social Sciences (1970) and a second .

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2000, Henry Veltmeyer and others published The Dynamics of Social Change in Latin . This book explores the dynamics of the recent 'progressive cycle' in Latin American politics, associated with a red and pink tide of regime change.

This book explores the dynamics of the recent 'progressive cycle' in Latin American politics, associated with a red and pink tide of regime change.

This study examines fundamental theoretical and conceptual issues of social change in Latin America in the context of. .

This study examines fundamental theoretical and conceptual issues of social change in Latin America in the context of detailed empirical analysis.

HENRY VELTMEYER Not that the dynamics of rural social change do not affect urban society.

Published by: University of Toronto Press. Rural movements for social change in Latin America have always revolved around landlessness or near-landlessness, a central problem that began when direct producers were separated from their means of social production. Not that the dynamics of rural social change do not affect urban society.

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This study examines fundamental theoretical and conceptual issues of social change in Latin America in the context of detailed empirical analysis. It challenges the major assumptions and propositions that underlie globalization theory, reworking and fine tuning the concepts of imperialism and social class as relevant to understanding the 'new world order'. The study centers on the structural features of Latin America and the state policies reconcentrating power in the capitalist class at the expense of labor. The study surveys the contradictory tendencies of concentrated wealth and power and the emergence of new socio-political movements and alternative development strategies to the dominant paradigm.