ESSAY ON: Aymara: Cultural Identity Disintegration?

Number of Pages 36

This research paper: 36 pages in length. The disintegration of cultural identity for Chile and Bolivia's indigenous Aymara reflects yet another cog in the wheel of global progress, which for some is no progress at all. The inherent struggle for cultural survival is not a new challenge for the Aymara peoples; however, the perpetual fight against succumbing to complete disintegration has become more and more difficult to overcome due to factors of globalization, technological advancement and the blatant circumvention of human rights. According to an Aymara man: "This is a fight between two cultures. One is a culture of life. One is a culture of death. In the West they seem to have lost the value of this culture of life, which has not been totally lost in Latin America." Bibliography lists 27 sources.


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