Dr. Cristina Herencia, social psychologist and Latin American Studies scholar from Peru,  discusses her research and observations about the non-gendered roles of Andean Indian children and how this affects women’s empowerment both historically and in the present day. She sees today’s pressures to assimilate to western culture as a tactic of globalization.

ON WINGS | November 24, 2012 | 2:30 pm

Gender in the Andes: From childhood to nation-building, it’s a different world.

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Dr. Cristina Herencia, social psychologist and Latin American Studies scholar from Peru,  discusses her research and observations about the non-gendered roles of Andean Indian children and how this affects women’s empowerment both historically and in the present day. She sees today’s pressures to assimilate to western culture as a tactic of globalization.

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