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      Cambio y continuidad de El Cabildo indígena y prácticas comunales en el noroeste de la meseta purhépecha Translated title: Change and continuity of the indigenous Council (Cabildo indígena) and communal practices in the northwest Purhépecha plateau

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          Resumen Las instituciones de gobierno indígena que aún prevalecen en muchas comunidades de nuestro país son resultado de conflictivos procesos de apropiación social, de la resistencia y la resignificación de las distintas disposiciones jurídicas y de los diferentes ordenamientos político-administrativos impuestos desde la Colonia hasta la conformación del actual Estado-nación. Existe en la práctica comunal una imbricación de instituciones de gobierno indígena y no indígena, que da lugar a una forma particular de gobierno local. A pesar de la puesta en marcha de nuevas políticas de evangelización contrarias a la religiosidad indígena y de la emergencia de la competencia electoral por la presencia de partidos políticos que reconfiguraron la vida política comunal, el Cabildo indígena mantiene, en la comunidad de estudio, su autoridad religiosa y conserva un papel importante en el ejercicio de gobierno local.

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          Abstract The institutions of indigenous government that continue to operate in many indigenous communities in Mexico are the result of conflicting processes of social appropriation, resistance and re-signification of the various juridical dispositions and different political-administrative orders imposed since the Colonial period until the conformation of the current Nation-State. Given that communal practice contains a certain overlap with the institutions of government -both indigenous and non-indigenous- a particular form of local government has emerged. Despite the reconfiguration of communal political life brought about by the implementation of new policies of evangelization that are opposed to indigenous religiosity as well as by the emergence of electoral competition due to activities of political parties, in this community of study, the Indigenous Council (Cabildo indígena) maintains its religious authority and continues to play an important role in the exercise of local government.

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                UAM, Unidad Iztapalapa, División de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades (México, DF, Mexico )
                0188-7017
                2448-850X
                June 2006
                : 16
                : 31
                : 89-105
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                [1] La Piedad Mich orgnameEl Colegio de Michoacán orgdiv1Centro de Estudios de Geografía Humana Mexico ventura3@ 123456prodigy.net.mx
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                S0188-70172006000100089
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                : 15 March 2004
                : 25 May 2006
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                Church,custom,local government,Nation- State,institutions of indigenous government,partidos políticos,Iglesia,el costumbre,gobierno local,Estado-nación,instituciones de gobierno indígena,political parties

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