Table of contents for Latin America transformed : globalization and modernity / edited by Robert N. Gwynne and Cristobal Kay.


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List of tables
List of figures
About the authors
Preface
Part 1. Globalization and Modernity
1. Latin America transformed: globalization and neoliberalism--, Robert N. Gwynne, Cristobal Kay
2. Modernity and identity: cultural change in Latin America--, Robert N. Gwynne
3. Structural reform in South America and Mexico: Economic and Regional Perspectives--, Robert N. Gwynne
4. Globalization, neoliberalism and economic change in Central America and the Caribbean--, Thomas Klak
5. The urban revolution--, Alan Gilbert
6. The political economy of sustainable development-- Warwick E. Murray and Eduardo Silva
Part 2: Political Transformations
7. Authoritarianism, democracy, and development--, Eduardo Silva
8. The new political order: towards technocratic democracies?--, Patricio Silva
Part 3: Space, Society, and Livelihoods
9. Livelihood transitions, place transformations: grounding globalization and modernity--, Anthony Bebbington
10. Civil Society, grassroots politics and livelihoods--, Sarah A. Radcliffe
11. Urban livelihoods, employment and gender--, Sylvia Chant
12. Rural livelihoods and peasant futures--, Cristobal Kay
Part 4: Latin American Futures
13. The alternatives to neoliberalism--, Robert N. Gwynne and Cristobal Kay
Bibliography
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Economic stabilization -- Social aspects -- Latin America.
Latin America -- Social conditions.
Latin America -- Politics and government.