...about Chilean identity and what most people experience, showing the tensions that prevail within a society that is also quickly changing due to globalization. The author engages with the old dichotomy between agency and structure, proposing a new model for understanding identity from an intercultural perspective.
University Press of America
Pages: 212 • Size: 6 x 9
978-0-7618-5895-9 • Paperback • May 2012 • $35.99 • (£24.95)
978-0-7618-5896-6 • eBook • May 2012 • $35.99 • (£24.95)
Subjects: Political Science / World / Caribbean & Latin American, Political Science / Globalization, Political Science / Political Ideologies / Democracy, Social Science / Media Studies, Social Science / Social Classes, Political Science / Women in Politics