Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11690/1181
Authors: Mazzucco, Maicon
Title: A luta do povo indígena Xukuru no sistema interamericano de direitos humanos: uma contribuição sociológica à perspectiva crítica e pluralista dos direitos humanos na América latina
Keywords: Human Rights;Legal pluralism;Critical theory;Indigenous Xukuru tribe;Direito;Direitos humanos;Pluralismo jurídico;Teoria crítica;Tribo indígena Xukuru
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Universidade La Salle
Abstract: The scope of this paper is set out in the analysis of the human rights violation case of the Xukuru indigenous tribe, submitted to the inter-American human rights system, under the guise of participatory community legal pluralism, theorized by Antonio Carlos Wolkmer and the theory criticism of human rights, worked by Joaquín Herrera Flores and David Sánchez Rubio. In this context, the object of this work is to demonstrate the correlation with the aforementioned theories, and its sociological contribution to the critical and pluralistic perspective of human rights. This claim is justified in the face of the crisis of traditional human rights theory, which requires formulation of its foundations, based on a critical proposal that considers the complexity of the real world and pluridiversity exists. Finally, it seeks to portray the insufficiency of the current dominant paradigm, that is, legal monism, faced with the processes of struggle and resistance of historically oppressed subjects, as in the present case, the Xukuru tribe.
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Wolkmer, Antonio Carlos
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