Marketing Democracy: Power and Social Movements in Post-dictatorship Chile
"In joining activism and fine ethnography, Paley enables us to appreciate the profound complexity of the links between civil society and public institutions." - Charles Briggs, author of Disorderly Discourse: Narrative, Conflict, and Inequality "An insightful and fascinating exploration of the shifting meanings of democracy for the Chilean state and for shantytown activists across the Pinochet dictatorship and through the contradictory democratic politics of the 1990s. The marketing of democracy is a highly relevant issue for societies and states throughout the world." - Kay Warren, author of Indigenous Movements and Their Critics: Pan-Maya Activism in Guatemala "This will be an important book, and a powerful exemplar for the growing numbers of anthropologists who seek to place such things as democracy, citizenship, and neoliberalism under an ethnographic lens." - James Ferguson, author of Expectations of Modernity"
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