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Conclusion

Rebecca Tarlau

in Occupying Schools, Occupying Land

Published in print August 2019 | ISBN: 9780190870324
Published online June 2019 | e-ISBN: 9780190870331 | DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780190870324.003.0008

Series: Global and Comparative Ethnography

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The Conclusion reflects on the significance of the MST’s educational initiatives for understanding states, social movements, and education. The chapter revisits the theoretical claims in the Introduction and clarifies how activists’ long march through the institutions sustains their movements. It outlines the exact mechanisms that facilitated the MST’s ability to lead this massive process of institutional change. It also makes a case for why public education is a strategic sphere for social movement participation. Finally, the chapter describes the implications of this study for understanding the consequences of social movements’ contentious co-governance of state institutions in Latin America and globally.

Keywords: Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (MST); Antonio Gramsci; ENERA; contentious co-governance; prefigurative politics; global education reform Movement; GERM; Latin American social movements; educational change

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Subjects: Sociology of Education ; Social Movements and Social Change ; Political Sociology

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