Political discourse and racial politics in Dominican Republic

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2017
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Diaz, Jazmin
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Diaz, Jazmin. 2017. Political discourse and racial politics in Dominican Republic -- Lambda Alpha Journal, v.47, p.91-97

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Political Discourse and Racial Politics in Dominican Republic Borderlands, the sites and symbols of power, constitute the imaginary somatic and cultural differences that categorize the elite from the poor. Physical barriers between states serve as a metaphor for the ethnic segregation beyond the tangible divisions. As a result of nation building tactics and selective appropriation of culture, identity becomes politicized and translated through symbols of power as a fixed national image.

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