Malinchism as a social pathology

Philosophy and Social Criticism 47 (10):1176-1198 (2020)
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Malinchism is a social phenomenon, distinctive of Latin America, which generates an internalisation of valuation patterns characterised by denying and underestimating local cultural expressions and...

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Gustavo Pereira
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