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  • ,WNERIA,MOVIMIENTOSSOCIALESY RESPUESTASCAMPESINAS:una ecologa poltica detransformaciones territoriales

    ANTHONY BEBBINGTONEditor

    IEP Instituto de Estudios Peruanos

    (:ti) CENTRO peRUANO DE ESTUDIOS SOCIALES

  • Serie: Minera y Sociedad 2

    ANTHONY BEBBINGTON

    IEP INSTITUTO DEESTUDIOS PERUANOSHoracio Urteaga 694, Lima 11Telf. (511) 332-6194 Fax (511) 332-6173E-mail: publicaciones@iep.org.peWeb: www.iep.org.pe

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    BEBBINGTON, ANTHONY

    Minera, mouimienioe sociales y respuestas campesinas: una ecologa poltica detransformaciones territoriales. Lima: IEP: CEPES, 2007. (Minera y Sociedad, 2)MINERA; tvfOVIMIENTOS CAMPESINOS; MOVIMIENTOS SOCIALES; DESARROLLORURAL; AMRICA LATINAW/OS.13.01/M/l

  • CONTENIDO

    PRESENTACIN ~~ 13

    SECCIN 1UNA ECOLOGA POLTICA DE LA MINERAYLA TRA.NSFORMACIN TERRITORIAL ~.~ 21

    1. Elementos para una ecologa poltica de los movimientossociales y el desarrollo territorial en zonas minerasAnthonyBebbington 23

    SECCIN 2ECONOMA pOLTICA Y TRA.NSFORMACIN TERRITORIAL 47

    JI. Neoliberalismo, minera y cambios rurales en CajamarcaJ~reyBury 49

    111. La reestructuracin territorial y las bases de la reforma agraria:comunidades indigenas, minera aurfera y el Banco MundialEric Holt-Gmnez 81

    SECCIN 3RESISTENCIAS, MOVIMIENTOS SOCIALES Y DESARROLLO TERRITORIALEN ZONAS MINERAS ~ 115

    IV Minera y poltica: la recreacin de luchas campesinas en doscomunidades andinasGerardo Damonte ... ............................................ 117

  • V Movimientos sociales, lazos transnacionales y desarrolloterritorial rural en zonas de influencia minera: Cajamarca-Pery Cotacachi-EcuadorAnthonyBebbington,Jdfrey Bury, Denise Humphreys Bebbngton,Jeannet Lingan,Juan Pablo Muoz, Martin Scurrah 163

    VI. Minera, migracin y transformaciones en los mediosde subsistencia en Cajamarca, PerJdfrey Bury 231

    SECCIN 4CONCLUSIONES Z79

    VII. Conclusiones: Minera, neoliberalizacin y reterritorializacinen el desarrollo ruralAnthonyBebbington yLeonithHinojosa Ullencia 281

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    NOTA SOBRE LOS AmORES ............................................................. , 34-7

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