SHADOW CAGE": REFLECTIONS OF THE POLITICAL SCIENTIST ABOUT THE FATE OF GUATEMALAN INDIGENOUS
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SHADOW CAGE": REFLECTIONS OF THE POLITICAL SCIENTIST ABOUT THE FATE OF GUATEMALAN INDIGENOUS
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S0044748X0000616-6-1
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Article
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Published
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104-106
Abstract
The history of Guatemala in the 19th and 20th centuries was characterized by a protracted social conflict and civil war, the sides of which were, in fact, the indigenous communities that make up the majority of the population, and the government expressing the interests of big capital. A long period of confrontation is comprehended for the first time by the political scientist Marcio Palacios, who examines the difficult problem of historical memory by the example of the particular history of the Maya-Ixil people. Each of the interested parties creates its own version of recent history, building up an ideological paradigm for the future.
Keywords
Guatemala, social conflictology, Maya-Ixil people, social conflict.
Date of publication
01.09.2017
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