The Trampoline of death: Infrastructural violence in Colombia’s Putumayo frontier
Roads are usually conceived as technologies aimed at improving peoples’ economic and social welfare. As they are commonly portrayed as synonymous with mobility and with access to markets, jobs and services, their existence tends to be assumed as a major catalyst for development. This view often obsc...
SAGE Publications Inc.
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