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Outsiders?

The Changing Patterns of Exclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean, Economic and Social Progress in Latin America, 2008 Report

Edited by Gustavo Márquez

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$29.95 • £23.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9781597820592

Publication Date: 03/30/2008

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300 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies

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  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • I. The Changing Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion
    • 1. Outsiders?
    • 2. Traditional Excluding Forces: A Review of the Literature
    • 3. Discrimination in Latin America: The Proverbial Elephant in the Room?
    • 4. State Reform and Inclusion: Changing Channels and New Actors
    • 5. Bad Jobs, Low Wages, and Exclusion
    • 6. Social Mobility and Social Exclusion
    • 7. To What Extent Do latin Americans Trust and Cooperate? Field Experiments on Social Exclusion in Six Latin American Countries
  • II. Beyond Material Deprivation
    • 8. Privatization and Social Exclusion in Latin America
    • 9. Exclusion and Politics
    • 10. Social Exclusion and Violence
    • 11. Exclusion and Financial Services
    • 12. Modern Forms of Program Delivery and Exclusion
  • III. Advancing Inclusion
    • 13. Inclusion and Public Policy
    • 14. The Inclusion Process in Motion and Latin America and the Caribbean
  • References
  • Index

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