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La nation costaricienne et les populations afro-descendantes : vers l’adoption du modèle multiculturaliste

Abstract : For more than 500 years, the Spanish-American subcontinent has experienced many waves of migration from Europe, Africa, the Middle East or Asia. Although voluntary or forced migrants have contributed over time to make this part of the world a veritable melting pot of largely mixed populations, the original suffering of uprooting and/or enslavement has not been uniformly alleviated because Europeans and their descendants have often succeeded in imposing themselves at the expense of other populations. Faced with these situations of discrimination and even segregation, which haven't all disappeared today, ethnic outsiders have adopted various strategies to actively fight for the recognition of their rights. This article aims to study the situation of African descendants in Costa Rica.
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Nicolas Balutet. La nation costaricienne et les populations afro-descendantes : vers l’adoption du modèle multiculturaliste. Naveg@mérica. Revista electrónica de la Asociación Española de Americanistas, Murcia: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Murcia, 2019, pp.1-42. ⟨hal-03697327⟩

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