Racism and Discourse in Latin America

by Van Teun A. Dijk (Editor)
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Teun A. van Dijk brings together a multidisciplinary team of linguists and social scientists from eight Latin American countries (Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Peru), creating the first work in English that provides comprehensive insight into discursive racism across Latin America.

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Contributors
Neyla Graciela Pardo Abril (Collaborator), Marta Casaús Arzú (Collaborator), Carlos Belvedere (Collaborator), Luisana Bisbe (Collaborator), Adriana Bolívar (Collaborator), Miguel Bolívar Chollett (Collaborator), Roberto Briceño-León (Collaborator), Corina Courtis (Collaborator), Sergio Caggiano (Collaborator), Diego Casaravilla (Collaborator), Sandra Soler Castillo (Collaborator), Ronny Velásquez (Collaborator), Paulo Vinicius Baptista da Silva (Collaborator), Alicia Castellanos Guerrero (Collaborator), Gerardo Halpern (Collaborator), Jun Ishibashi (Collaborator), Jorge Gómez Izquierdo (Collaborator), Nora Kaplan (Collaborator), Diana Lenton (Collaborator), María Eugenia Merino (Collaborator), Esteban Emilio Mosonyi (Collaborator), Mauricio Pilleux (Collaborator), Francisco Pineda (Collaborator), Daniel Quilaqueo (Collaborator), Fúlvia Rosemberg (Collaborator), Berta San Martin (Collaborator), Teun A. van Dijk (Collaborator), Roberto Zariquiey (Collaborator), Virginia Zavala (Collaborator)
Publication date
October 26, 2009
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Page count
354
ISBN
9780739142783
Paper ISBN
9780739127285