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Bibliography: Social Movements, the State and Public Services

Further reading

  • Albro, Robert. 2010. “Confounding Cultural Citizenship and Constitutional Reform in Bolivia.” Latin American Perspectives 37 (3). SAGE Publications: 71–90.
  • Álvarez Rivadulla, María José, and Diana Bocarejo. 2014. “Beautifying the Slum: Cable Car Fetishism in Cazucá, Colombia.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38 (6): 2025–41. doi:10.1111/1468-2427.12201
  • Burman, Anders. 2014. “‘Now We Are Indígenas’: Hegemony and Indigeneity in the Bolivian Andes.” Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 3 (3). Routledge: 247–241. doi:10.1080/17442222.2014.959775.
  • Doherty, J. (2017). Life (and limb) in the fast-lane: disposable people as infrastructure in Kampala’s boda boda industry. Critical African Studies, 9(2), 1–16.
  • Figueroa, O. (2005). Transporte urbano y globalización: Políticas y efectos en América Latina. EURE (Santiago), 31(94), 41–53.
  • Harari, Y. N. (2016). Homo Deus. Random House.
  • Maclean, K. 2015. Social Urbanism and the Politics of Violence. Springer.
  • Pírez, Pedro. (2013). La urbanización y la política de los servicios urbanos en América Latina. Andamios10(22), 45-67.
  • Ureta, S. (2014). Normalizing Transantiago: On the challenges (and limits) of repairing infrastructuresSocial Studies of Science,44(3), 368-392.
  • Valenzuela-Levi, Nicolas. 2016. “The Right to Connection” Revista ARQ 94 (December). Santiago de Chile: 136–45. 
  • Vieira Pinto, Otávio Luiz. 2013. “The Protests in Brazil; or How the Bus Fare Became Political Contradiction.” Badiou Studies 2 (1): 152–55.