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ISSN: 1665-8027 ISSN electrónico: 2007-8900
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Antropología
Centro de Estudios Superiores de México y Centro América
México

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Flor Marina Bermúdez-Urbina
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en: Nowadays, three models of interaction show the possible relationship between scientific and indigenous knowledge systems: an ethnocentric colonial perspective, an intercultural integrating perspective, and an autonomous, collaborative, decolonizing intercultural perspective. Often those three models do not analyze how the translation of knowledge and hybridization influences intercultural dialogue. In this paper, through the lens of interculturality, we reflect on the asymmetric interaction between the hegemonic scientific and the subaltern indigenous systems; and we propose that the construction of meanings, contents and purposes of interculturality can be accomplished through consensual mechanisms in order to move beyond the colonizing perspective prevailing in dialogue about knowledge.>>>
Maya Lorena Pérez-Ruiz
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en: This article analyzes the relation between certain programs devoted to the reduction of poverty and an inductive educational process that increases it by separating indigenous and peasant producers from their means of production. Considering the trajectory of an ethnic-political organization gestated in Chiapas, Mexico, as well as the recent experiences of nations refounded as “plurinational states”, the diverse scenarios of dispute over territory show how recognizing society and nature as integrated supports the recognition of Society and Nature as an integral whole the construction of other education forms. In this context, “the syntactic perspective of culture” contributes to the defense of rights weakened by neoliberal policies in Mexico.>>>
María Bertely-Busquets
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en: This article describes briefly several educational experiences that are part of the growing community education movement in the state of Oaxaca. It highlights the horizon that guides the direction of most of them. As opposed the prevailing view relating to interculturality, community education seeks to strengthen diversity, difference, and the local knowledge to move Mexico towards being an intercultural, pluralistic country. The colonial nature of the current Mexican government is evidenced by the findings of the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal, showing its vocation for repressing diversity, which contradicts its intercultural discourse.>>>
Benjamín Maldonado-Alvarado
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en: In 2011, the Department of Indian Education (known in Spanish as DGEI) showed its interest in conducting an externalqualitative and participatory evaluation of its educational policies for indigenous population. This article presents a brief historic view of indigenous education, our methodological approach for conducting an evaluation of public policies in the educational field, and a synthesis of the most significant findings on the following themes: perceptions of indigenous education, the policies using curricular parameters and frames in evaluation, dialogue and participation, training and formation.>>>
Yolanda Jiménez-Naranjo
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Rosa Guadalupe Mendoza-Zuany
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en: Mexico is different from other countries in that intercultural higher learning has become politically sanctioned. The General Coordinator of Intercultural and Bilingual Education has created so-called Intercultural Universities, however prior and parall el to these, other institutions with an intercultural focus have emerged outside of national public educational system. Based on a review of scientific bibliography, both analytic and descriptive, this article tries to explore the quality of the intercultural exchanges between actors at some of these educational centers in Mexico.>>>
Angélica Rojas-Cortés
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Erica González-Apodaca
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en: Children from various indigenous origins spend a long time in the field, working on different agricultural tasks, according to their age and gender. Instead, they should be at school, receiving a quality education in their own language. With the Modalidad Educativa Intercultural para la Población Infantil Migrante (MEIPIN), since 1999, intercultural education was established as a guideline for migrant farm indigenous children, and later was continued in the Programa Educación Primaria para Niñas y Niños Migrantes (PRONIM). In this article the educational activities around intercultural education for this population from the studies conductes by the education sector are analyzed.>>>
Lourdes Consuelo Pacheco-Ladrón de Guevara
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Laura Isabel Cayeros-López
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Jesús Antonio
Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit
México
en: The economic changes that have impacted indigenous communities in Chiapas, since the late twentieth century have accelerated migration to cities like Tuxtla, Tapachula, and San Cristobal de Las Casas. In the latter town, evidence shows an increase in the presence of indigenous children in public places with commercial and tourist areas, in various conditions. This article identifies different models of childcare for indigenous children, found in those operating civil organizations and public agencies, in order to learn the concepts of childhood behind these institutions. We analyze their effectiveness and cultural relevance, and we present the way in which these centers address interculturalism in the provision of childcare and the challenges facing formal education in order to respond to the diversity of indigenous children.>>>
Kathia Núñez-Patiño
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Claudia Molinari-Medina
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Cecilia Alba-Villalobos
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en: After analyzing primary aspects of intercultural education in Latin America from a critical position, this article presents the political, epistemic and pedagogical principles that characterize the intercultural inductive method (IIM). In the second part, the article analyzes how this method is implemented in the teaching and learning processes of a tseltal school in Chiapas and examines its success and limitations.>>>
Stefano Claudio Sartorello
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en: This article attempts to relate some aspects of the world views of different native peoples of Oaxaca State (Mexico) with certa in interests of contemporary environmental ethics, from the perspectives of environmental pragmatism and comparative environmental ethics. It will demonstrate that two elements displayed in the worldviews of several Oaxacan ethnicities are relevant for environmental ethics, these being the existence of deities linked to environmental protection and ideas about the place that human beings occupy in the world.>>>
José María Filgueiras-Nodar
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en: Current management of ecotourism centers is based on intrinsic knowledge of natural and economic areas, cultural resources of local communities where tourism is developed. However, knowledge about the sustainability of these centers is far from complete, and the existence and use of indicators for diagnosis and evaluation to determine the distance to meet sustainability goals. This manuscript is a review of the use of tourism sustainability indicators in México and it attempts to analyze the information gaps; it also suggests implications for ecoturism activity for ecotourism activity. The article proposes that the construction of a system of indicators with generalities and specificities not only promotes the sustainable management of the destination, but also can be a means to dialogue among social actors involved.>>>
Edali Camacho-Ruiz
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Arturo Carrillo-Reyes
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Tamara Mila Rioja-Paradela
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Eduardo E. Espinoza-Medinilla
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en: Current management of ecotourism centers is based on intrinsic knowledge of natural and economic areas, cultural resources of local communities where tourism is developed. However, knowledge about the sustainability of these centers is far from complete, and the existence and use of indicators for diagnosis and evaluation to determine the distance to meet sustainability goals. This manuscript is a review of the use of tourism sustainability indicators in México and it attempts to analyze the information gaps; it also suggests implications for ecoturism activity for ecotourism activity. The article proposes that the construction of a system of indicators with generalities and specificities not only promotes the sustainable management of the destination, but also can be a means to dialogue among social actors involved.>>>
Jaime Torres-Fragoso
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en: This article examines the degree of accomplishment and effectiveness of the gender quota in three states where local elections were held in 2015: Tabasco, Mexico City, and State of Mexico. The article looks at the new incorporation of gender parity, wich force political parties to include candidatures of 50% candidates for each sex, illustrates how this measure is interpreted and put in practice by political parties and electoral bodies. The article shows that in Tabasco parity was achieved in the integration of the Local Congress, in contrast to what appened in the Federal District and State of Mexico.>>>
Rafael Cedillo-Delgado
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Julián González Torres
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Jorge Rovira-Mas
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José Luis
Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social
México
Patricia Fortuny-Loret de Mola
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