Introduction to Special Issue: 25Years of Autonomy on Nicaragua's Caribbean Coast: Cultural Diversity and Governance in Indigenous Regions of Latin America

Baracco, Luciano
Gonzalez, Miguel


On the trajectory of urbanisation in Turkey - An attempt at periodisation
Şengül, Hüseyin Tarık (Liverpool University Press, 2003-05-01)
The main objective of this article is to provide a periodisation of the Turkish urban experience by dividing it into three distinct phases: the urbanisation of the state in the context of nation-state formation; the urbanisation of labour power in the context of rapid migration from rural areas; and finally the urbanisation of capital in the context of globalisation. The article argues that recent trends point to a striking socio-spatial polarisation as well as to fragmentation in the Turkish cities.
A Lexicon of Terror: Argentina and the Legacies of Torture
Baracco, Luciano (Wiley, 2013-04-01)
A new methodology for evaluating coastal scenery: fuzzy logic systems
Ergin, Ayşen; Micallef, A; Williams, AT (Wiley, 2004-12-01)
Coastal scenery evaluated by utilization of selected landscape components was subjected to a fuzzy logic systems approach. Twenty-six top-rated parameters were identified from a literature search/questionnaire surveys carried out in Malta, Turkey and the UK and coastal scenery investigated at 57 sites. A coastal scenic evaluation checklist system was finalized and consisted of assessment parameters based on a five-point scale ranging from low to high attribute values. Coastal user parameter preferences and ...
Revolutionaries for the Right: Anticommunist Internationalism and Paramilitary Warfare in the Cold War
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Patterns of change in child labour and schooling in Turkey: The impact of compulsory schooling
Dayıoğlu Tayfur, Meltem (Informa UK Limited, 2005-06-01)
Substantial improvements have taken place in the employment and schooling of children in Turkey. Decomposition analysis based on data from two time periods shows that a substantial part of the drop in child labour and over half of the increase in school enrolment can be attributed to the changing cost and benefit structures of work and schooling rather than to changing population characteristics. This paper establishes that work and schooling are incompatible activities and that the negative association bet...
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L. Baracco and M. Gonzalez, “Introduction to Special Issue: 25Years of Autonomy on Nicaragua’s Caribbean Coast: Cultural Diversity and Governance in Indigenous Regions of Latin America,” BULLETIN OF LATIN AMERICAN RESEARCH, pp. 289–290, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: