by Acquisitions Dept., University of Florida Libraries in Gainesville .
Written in English
|Statement||Russell W. Ramsey.|
|Series||Bibliographic series ;, no. 8, Bibliographic series (Gainesville, Fla.) ;, no. 8.|
|LC Classifications||Z1750.3 .R34, F2278 .R34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||74622346|
In their outstanding survey of Colombian history, published last year and entitled Colombia: Fragmented Land, Divided Society, Marco Palacios and Frank Safford argue that “spatial fragmentation has found expression in economic atomization and cultural differentiation. The country’s most populated areas have been divided by its three mountain ranges into isolated mountain pockets that fostered the . called simply "la violencia," or "The Violence." The phenomenon known as la violencia never has been completely absent from Colombia since , but it has had two periods of particu-lar virulence, the first between and affecting the departments of Tolima, . Bandits, Peasants, and Politics: The Case of "La Violencia" in Colombia by Gonzalo Sánchez G. avg rating — 8 ratings — published — 4 editions. Subsequently, from to , s to , died in murderous partisan warfare that came to be called “La Violencia.” More t died in the Drug Wars of the s and in the escalating guerrilla warfare of the s. In their outstanding survey of Colombian history, published last year and entitled Colombia.
Between and , the Republic of Colombia was the scene of widespread and systematic political violence, known as La Violencia. An estimated , people were killed during this period, including , between and alone. [i] Two million others migrated, mostly to Venezuela. Colombia - Colombia - La Violencia, dictatorship, and democratic restoration: Liberal hegemony continued through the s and the World War II era, and Alfonso López Pumarejo was reelected in ; however, wartime conditions were not favourable to social change. - 7 - The rate of sexual violence, for the period , in municipalities with an active presence of the armed forces, paramilitaries, guerrillas, and other armed actors in Colombia was estimated at %; this means that during these nine years , women were victims of sexual violence. Between and every hour 6 women were victims of some type. In-text: (ITA, ) Your Bibliography: ITA, Colombia GROWTH AND STRUCTURE OF THE ECONOMY - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, .
Addeddate Call number FG99 Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II External-identifier urn:oclc:record FoldoutcountPages: La Violencia took place between the paramilitary forces of the Colombian Liberal Party and the Colombian Conservative Party, which organized as armed self-defense groups and as guerrilla military units. Both also fought against the paramilitary forces of the Colombian Communist Party Location: Colombia. Author of God's joyful runner, Survey and bibliography of la violencia in Colombia, A lady, a champion, Guerrilleros y soldados, Civil-military relations in Colombia, , Guardians of the other Americas, The modern violence in Colombia, , Essays on Latin American securityWritten works: God's Joyful Runner. Colombia is perhaps the least-known or understood country in Latin America, and yet the United States' involvement with it only continues to grow. By following the day-to-day evolution of partisan conflict in the region of Antioquia during the dreadful period of carnage remembered simply as la Violencia, Cited by: