Peruvian Nationalism: A Corporatist Revolution

Peruvian Nationalism: A Corporatist Revolution

by David Chaplin


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780878550777
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/15/1976
Series: Third World Series
Pages: 600
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

About the Author

David Chaplin is professor and chairman of the Department of Sociology at Western Michigan University and author of The Peruvian Industrial Labor Force (1967), Population Policies and Growth in Latin America (1971) and numerous articles on Peru.

Table of Contents

National sociopolitical structure: Chaplin, D. The revolutionary challenge an Peruvian militarism. Cotler, J. The mechanics of internal domination and soc change in Peru.—Urban politics: Doughty, P. L. Social policy and urban grow in Lima. Goldrich, D., Bratt, R. B., and Schuller, C. R. The political integration of lower-class urban settlements in Chile and Peru. Powell, S. Political participation in the barriadas. Collier, D. The politics of squatt settlement formation in Peru. Chaplin, D. Blue-collar workers in Peru. Bayer D. L. Urban Peru, political action as sellout.—Rural politics: Whyte, W. F. Rural Peru, peasants as activists. Alberti, G. Peasant movements in the Yanamarca Valley. Chaplin, D. La Convenciaon Valley and the 1962-65 guerrill uprising. Strasma, J. Agrarian reform. Strasma, J. Some economic aspects of nonviolent revolution in Peru and Chile. Hunt, S. Distribution, growth, and government economic behavior in Peru.—The military and the church: Einaudi, R. Revolution from within? Military rule in Peru since 1968. Palmer, D. S. a Middlebrook, K. J. Corporatist participation under military rule in Peru. Astiz, C. A. The Catholic Church in the Peruvian political system.

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