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Social Movements, Protest, and Policy
European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies
The capacity of Latin American social groups to mobilize has excited the imagination of students of the region since the birth of Latin American studies itself. Alongside the cultural turn, many social movement organizations continue to engage directly with politics. Aspirational goals notwithstanding, in order to improve conditions they devote much of their energy to influencing policy. Although scholars have begun to address the policy impact of Latin American social movements, we havedoi:10.18352/erlacs.10122 fatcat:ainqa6oirnb5lcxh73r3xu37ma