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Zapotec women : gender, class, and ethinicty in globalized Oaxaca
In this revised and updated edition of her originally published ethnography in 1991 Stephen explores the intersection of gender, class and indigenous ethnicity in southern Mexico. Based on research in Teotitlan during the mid-1980s, in 1990 and between 2001 and 2004 she describes how the lives of women weavers and merchants have changed in response to the international demand for Oaxacan textiles.
Stephen, Lynn
boek
2005
indianen / inheemse volkeren / weefsters / textielindustrie / dagelijks leven / etniciteit / sociale klasse / politieke participatie / globalisering / Mexico / 1980-1989 / 1990-1999 / 2000-2009 / 20e eeuw / 21e eeuw
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Aletta
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