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El Estado “Ingobernable” La Relación Entre Usos Y Costumbres, La Migración, El “Progreso” / The "Ungovernable" State The Relationship Between Uses And Customs, Migration, "Progress", Rosario Rivera Oct 2018

El Estado “Ingobernable” La Relación Entre Usos Y Costumbres, La Migración, El “Progreso” / The "Ungovernable" State The Relationship Between Uses And Customs, Migration, "Progress", Rosario Rivera

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La Radio Comunitaria: Hacia Un Futuro Más Democrático Para Bolivia, Katharine Norris Apr 2015

La Radio Comunitaria: Hacia Un Futuro Más Democrático Para Bolivia, Katharine Norris

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Radio has been a companion of and crucial partner in democratic social change in Bolivia since its arrival to the country. Many of its inherent characteristics make it an ideal medium for communication of messages made for and by marginalized groups that are otherwise excluded from the production of and access to information. Historically, radio has been implemented in processes of progressive resistance to authority, in response to the oppression of the groups that community radio seeks to represent. This investigation attempts to understand the role of community radio in Bolivian society, with a view towards the democratic participation and ...


Rising Food Prices In Kenya: How The Government And Its Citizens Are Coping, Or Not, Teresa Eilers Apr 2011

Rising Food Prices In Kenya: How The Government And Its Citizens Are Coping, Or Not, Teresa Eilers

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Kenya’s food prices are skyrocketing and the price of Kenya’s staple food, maize meal, is escalating fastest out of all food prices. The global market is experiencing rising food prices; but, Kenyans are paying dramatically more for their food compared to other global citizens. The Kenyan government can confront these rising prices by utilizing various policy change options. Unfortunately, the Kenyan government and Kenyan citizens must confront the causes to exorbitant maize meal prices to address the current food crisis in the country.