Xu Shicheng, born in 1942, Shanghai city. Graduated from Peking University in 1964, Hispanic, had studied in Cuba, University of Havana and the University of Nacional Autonoma Mexico. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences researcher, Latin American Research Institute deputy director of Academic Committee, Graduate School professor, doctoral tutor. Serve as vice president, deputy director of China learned Latin Latin American Historical Society Chinese long, China World National Institute Vice President, National Library of Expert Advisory Committee chairman. The main works include: "Cuba", "collision: Castro and American president", "Mexico", "Mexico's political and economic reform and the transformation of the pattern of" modernization ", Mexico: at the beginning of the new century Mexico political and economic patterns of change" (Spanish version), "a go without the former Mexican", "America and Latin America the history of the relationship between" (ed.), "imperial hegemony and Latin America: the American intervention in Latin America" (ed.), "Latin American history" (third volumes) (one editor), "Latin American political system research" (co authored), "Latin American civilization" (co authored) etc.. Translation: "the third revolution", "flute and the sword: Jose Marty anthology" (Translated).
The copyright page: this background to explain why throughout Latin America broke out in Indian peasant movement. A similar process in Europe has been called "the primitive accumulation of capital". Today's modern capitalist process also need to deprivation of peasant land, the concentration of capital to small business owners have been hit, the traditional workers are automatic blow. According to estimates, about 85% of the population, its basic economic survival directly threatened. In the face of Neo liberal capitalism bring threats to survival, these classes began to react. Start small organization action, spontaneous action even no organization, but by increasing social support, some of the sports mass organization to consolidate down, become permanent. This type of mass movement, including a large spontaneous mass sports influence expanding, the form of struggle and content not only arouses thought circles, while they themselves to express political views and ideology itself. Many people also use the Internet the most modern means of publicity. Be sure, this class from the private, non academic thought is an important part of Latin American history can not be ignored. Since twentieth Century, in the early 90 to the second half of 2003, the people of social protest movement has led the Ecuador and Argentina all two presidential, Paraguay, Peru, Brazil the president to step down, Venezuela and Peru's corrupt government disintegrated, delayed the privatization process in some countries, in some countries started to develop into the city city street protests uprising. The protest movement scale forced the ruling group to face them, sitting in the negotiations with a mat and their representatives. Have a great relationship between Venezuela, Brazil and Ecuador and other countries progress administration and their drive. The people of the protest movement has become a great resistance to neoliberal policies, and opened a non negligible gap in the existing model of capitalism.
"Latin American Studies Series" total order the Latin American Modernism of Latin American history, thought two, Latin American Modernism classification three, Latin American modern history and trends of the research status of Latin America [first series of Latin American political thought] first chapter the populist ideological trend, Peru Ayatollah and APRA doctrine, Peron and Peron in Argentina two in three, Vargas and Vargas, four, Brazil, Nicaragua, Mexico and the five Sandinista sandinismo Institutional Revolutionary Party and the revolutionary nationalism six, Ecuadorian dolbear Lascaux and Velasco, second chapter of socialism, communism in Latin America two, Castro three, Peru, and Cuba's socialist members and members of the four, Allende and Maria Chile's socialist five, Guyana six, Burnham cooperation socialist Venezuela for the socialist movement of the new socialism seven, Latin America eight, social democracy in Latin America Christian Democracy in Latin America nine, Trotsky, ten, Venezuelan Chavez "In twenty-first Century eleven, the socialist" Correa of Ecuador "in twenty-first Century twelve, the" Bolivia Morales "community socialism" thirteen, Brazil Labor Party "labor socialism" second] Latin American economic thought the first chapter of Latin American economic nationalism, the Latin American economic nationalism mainly two, Latin American economic nationalism three, the origin of the Latin American economic nationalism in the second chapter of Latin American structuralism theory, structure principle and its related concepts in Latin America two, Latin American structuralism thought origin three, Latin American structuralism the main contents of the four, the Latin American structuralism of the third chapter in Latin America, Latin America a new structure theory the new structure of the rise of two, new Latin American structuralism the main contents of the three, new Latin American structuralism, features four new Latin American structuralism developed five new Latin American structuralism, the fourth chapter of Latin American attachment theory, attachment theory in the context of a two, three, according to the dependency theory schools Also on the contribution and limitation of four, the representative scholars of the fifth chapter of dependency theory of new liberalism and new liberalism in Latin America, the origin, development, contents and its effect two, the new liberalism economic practical consequences of three, the new liberalism influence to Latin America four, new liberalism in Latin America began to ebb [Third] the Latin American social thought the first chapter New Latin American sociology, new Latin American sociology two, Latin America New Sociology of the historical conditions, three new Latin American Sociological basic argument four, new Latin American Sociological main representative figures and their basic proposition five, new Latin American social significance and defect of second chapter one social liberalism, social liberalism, social liberalism has two main representative figures three, social liberalism characteristics and basic ideas of Mexico four, social liberal practice five, on the Mexico social liberalism of the third chapter of a social cohesion, social cohesion, how to strengthen social cohesion three two in Latin America, social cohesion theory and the role of the Four, the social cohesion theory [Fourth] evaluation of Latin American cultural thought the first chapter of cultural nationalism, cultural nationalism is a historical background and development process of two, the representative of the three cultural nationalism, cultural nationalism of the main points in the four, the cultural nationalism of the second chapter of Latin American philosophy the Latin American philosophy, historical background and development process of two, Latin American philosophy representative three, Latin American philosophy major point four, the Latin American philosophy of evaluation in Chapter third, liberation theology, liberation theology of the historical background and development process of two, the representative of the three liberation theology, liberation theology's main point four five, liberation theology of liberation theology, the evaluation of the fourth chapter of pedagogy of liberation, liberation of education history two, Freire experience with three works, Freire's philosophy and politics four, Freire's Liberation Education five, Freire six, the teaching practice of Freire's educational thought and evaluation the fifth chapter The challenge of "globalization" thoughts, "globalization" of the historical background and the challenge of the thought of "globalization" has two, the "globalization" analysis and criticism, criticism of globalization three representative figures of the sixth chapter of the turn of the century of political turmoil, thinking a drastic changes in Eastern Europe and the disintegration of the Soviet Union in Latin America by ideological turbulence two, around the "500 anniversary" debate, "9 · 11" three incident on the four, Third Road and the new mass movement brought on the seventh chapter of Latin American magical realism, what is a Latin American magical realism writers? Two reasons, the Latin American magical realism three Latin American magical realism, the artistic features of the novel four, Latin American magical realism, five of Latin American magical realism evaluation [Fifth] Latin American diplomatic thought the first chapter Calvo doctrine, Drago doctrine, doctrine, Estrada doctrine Tobar, Calvo doctrine in two, three, four Tobar the Drago doctrine doctrine, Estrada doctrine for the second chapter thePragmatism diplomacy, responsible for pragmatism diplomacy put forward the main content two, responsible for the pragmatism diplomacy three, responsible for the pragmatism diplomacy effect and the effect of the third chapter of multiple foreign theory and the third world, plural diplomacy on a two, third world fourth chapter peripheral realism, a peripheral realism proposes two basic principles, external reality in three, peripheral realism influence on Menem's foreign policy @##@ bibliography The main research in the hands of the readers the "Latin American Modernism" is all kinds of thoughts of Latin America and countries since the late nineteenth Century, early twentieth Century. It intends to introduce the basic content of Latin America accuracy of various schools of thought, between various thought and Latin America's social development and changes, analysis of these trends in Latin American social history and in the history of human understanding of the significance, essence and dross discern, for our understanding of Latin American social and political life with a unique perspective, as we build socialist political culture, there are China characteristics thoroughly implement the Scientific Outlook on Development reference.
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