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Cuadernos de antropología social

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Abstract

BENGOA, José  and  CANIGUAN, Natalia. Chile: Mapuche and the Bicentennial. Cuad. antropol. soc. [online]. 2011, n.34, pp. 7-28. ISSN 1850-275X.

The conmeration of the 200 years of the Independence of Chile was in September 2010. This year was also the political change from the Concertación de Partidos por la Democracia to the right political wing chilean political parties. During the last 20 years the Goverment of Chile was in the hands of the center left coalition, after the dictatorship period of Gral Augusto Pinochet end in 1990. During two decades the state aplied social policies in order two develop the indigenous comunities, specially the mapuche comunities of the south of Chile. During 2010 the research proyect named “Conmemoraciones y memorias subalternas” tried to understand the current situation of the comunities, the conflict and others aspects of the indigenous situation. This paper is part of those research.

Keywords : Mapuche; Indigenous peoples; Social Policy; Conflict; Peasants.

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