Subject people and colonial discourses economic transformation and social disorder in puerto rico 1898 1947 click on image to enlarge rican social history that undertakes to integrate political economy and subjectivization within the context of the discourse of otherness the topic is most significant it is the focus of concern within . This book rethinks the social processes that violently refashioned puerto rican society in the first half of the twentieth century santiago valles explores how the new regimes socio economic political and signification systems socially constructed the laboring poor of this caribbean island as wayward subjects. Subject people and colonial discourses economic transformation and social disorder in puerto rico 1898 1947by kelvin a santiago valles suny series in society and culture in latin america albany suny press 1994. Bhabha suggests that the colonial discourse is an apparatus that turns on the recognition and disavowal of racial cultural historical difference its predominant strategic function is the creation of a space for a subject people through the production of knowledges in terms of which surveillance is exercised and a complex form of . The strategic function of colonial discourse bhabha maintains is the creation of a space for a subject people through the production of knowledge in terms of which surveillance is exercised 1994 70
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