Can urban migration contribute to rural resistance? Indigenous mobilization in the Middle Rio Negro, Amazonas, Brazil

@article{Sobreiro2015CanUM,
  title={Can urban migration contribute to rural resistance? Indigenous mobilization in the Middle Rio Negro, Amazonas, Brazil},
  author={Thaissa S Sobreiro},
  journal={The Journal of Peasant Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={42},
  pages={1241 - 1261}
}
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