The Second Wave of Incorporation in Latin America: A Conceptualization of the Quest for Inclusion Applied to Argentina

@inproceedings{Rossi2015TheSW,
  title={The Second Wave of Incorporation in Latin America: A Conceptualization of the Quest for Inclusion Applied to Argentina},
  author={Federico Mat{\'i}as Rossi},
  year={2015}
}
Between 1996 and 2009, a process of struggle for and (after 2002) partial achievement of the second incorporation of the popular sectors took place in Argentina. This process involved a combination of routine and contentious political dynamics that reformulated state-society relations in the postcorporatist period. As a continuation of the first incorporation (1943–55), the second incorporation displayed some similar features; other attributes were specific to this second process, mainly that… CONTINUE READING

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