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The State and Rural Subjectivities. Ethnography of their Spatial Effects
The article deals with spatial effects and the creation of social subjects in the historical formation of the postrevolutionary State. From an ethnographic perspective, it discusses the importance of sociology and history for understanding the ways that neoliberal policies are currently understood and contested in rural areas. The exposition is illustrated through a case from southwest Puebla, Mexico, in which peasants have become themselves immersed in complex processes of modernization and regulation.doaj:3ffe8eed339645d1925e9a9003ae06a2 fatcat:d3t453mtbbbijc6g3kbrhb3coa