Table of contents for Who defines indigenous? : identities, development, intellectuals, and the state in northern Mexico / Carmen Martínez Novo.

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1 Introduction
2 Mixtec Communities at the Mexican Border
3 The Making of Vulnerabilities: Indigenous Day Laborers in Mexico's Neoliberal Agriculture
4 "We Are Against the Government, Although We Are the Government." State Institutions and Indigenous Migrants in Baja California in the 1990s
5 Representations of Indigenous Women Street Vendors in Tijuana 
6 Race, Maternalism, and Community Development 
7 Conclusion: Cultural Difference and Democracy 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mixtec Indians -- Mexico -- Tijuana (Baja California) -- Ethnic identity.
Mixtec Indians -- Mexico -- Tijuana (Baja California) -- Social conditions.
Mixtec Indians -- Mexico -- Tijuana (Baja California) -- Economic conditions.
Indian business enterprises -- Mexico -- Tijuana (Baja California).
Culture and globalization -- Mexico -- Tijuana (Baja California).
Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico) -- Ethnic relations.
Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico) -- Social conditions.
Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico) -- Economic conditions.