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Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico City. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 February 2009.
Roger Bartra Murià (born November 7, 1942 in Mexico City) is a Mexican sociologist and . Guadalajara International Book Fair Honors Roger Bartra. Melancholy and Culture. Roger Bartra on IMDb.
Roger Bartra Murià (born November 7, 1942 in Mexico City) is a Mexican sociologist and anthropologist, recognized as one of the most important contemporary social scientists of Latin America. Bartra, son of Spanish Civil War refugee writer Agustí Bartra and Anna Murià, is well known for his work on Mexican identity in The Cage of Melancholy. Agrarian Structure and Political Power in Mexico, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. The Cage of Melancholy. Spanish: Roger Bartra at the site of the National Cultural Journalism Homage.
ISBN13:9780801845420. Release Date:February 1993.
Agrarian Structure and Political Power in Mexico. The Imaginary Networks of Political Power. Reflexiones Sobre La Transicion Mexicana. Autor Professor Roger Bartra.
Bartra, Roger, Agrarian Structure and Political power in Mexico (translated by Ault, Stephen . (Baltimore: The Johns . (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1993). Binswanger, Hans P. and Deininger, Klaus, South African Land Policy: The Legacy of History and Current Options (The World Bank and University of Minnesota, unpublished report, 37 pp, document in possession of author, 1993). ROAPE Publications, 1994) pp359–373.
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Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (March 1, 1993)
Pages: 240 pages