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In this issue, INTERdisciplina focuses in the study of the social processes that determine the conditions to allow certain groups to be called indigenous. Paula López Caballero, guest editor, suggests that the term ‘indigenous’ alludes to multiple meanings that are understandable only through the study of the social and historical processes in which they were created.The connotation of “indigenousness” — associated with positive judgements, like cultural enrichment, or negative ones like expressions of primitivism, for example — is a social construct marked by power relationships not necessarily associated with ethnic type identities.


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CEIICH, R. (2016). Presentation. INTER DISCIPLINA, 4(9).