This article ethnographically explores the form and the content of juridical practices of Guarani people living in the Capitanías of Charagua , Bolivia. Starting from the Bolivian legal pluralism main field and through the analysis of some juridical case study, I answer some questions about how the Guarani people act and interpret the legal field in a plural legal context. I argue that such guarani people practice is both rooted in an interlegal field of sense and meaning and product of a legal and political strategy useful to hide and protect the indigenous juridical habitus.
|Titolo:||Giustizia indigena in Bolivia: i Guaraní di Charagua|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|