Indigenous Rights in the Web of global Antisystemic Movements

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irows working paper #87 Global Indigenism and the Web of Transnational Social Movements

 C. Chase-Dunn, James Fenelon, Thomas D. Hall,  Ian Breckenridge-Jackson and Joel Herrera

Institute for Research on World-Systems

University of California-Riverside

Riverside, California 92521 USA

v. 4-22-15

Appendix Table of Contents

Survey Instruments from Porto Alegre, Nairobi, Atlanta and Detroit

README file explains how some variables were recoded for the combined spss file: http://irows.ucr.edu/research/tsmstudy/data/allfour/all4README.htm

SPSS file with all four surveys:        4surveys_alpha.3.sav

Excel file with all four surveys:      4surveys_alpha3.xls

Excel file with porto alegre deleted (3 surveys): 3surveys_alt.xls

IROWS Transnational Social Movements Research Working Group web site (with survey instruments): http://www.irows.ucr.edu/research/tsmstudy.htm

Additional Tables and Figures

 

Respondents on the “International Monetary Fund”

Nairobi 2007

Atlanta 2007

Detroit 2010

All

Actively involved in indigenous rights

Negotiate

12 (36.4%)

11 (19.3%)

5 (20%)

28 (24.3%)

Replace

10 (30.3%)

14 (24.6%)

7 (28%)

31 (27%)

Abolish

11 (33.3%)

32 (56.1%)

12 (48%)

55 (47.8%)

Nothing

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

1 (4%)

1 (0.9%)

Total

33

57

25

115

NOT actively involved in indigenous rights

Negotiate

201 (55.2%)

102 (23.6%)

119 (26.9%)

422 (34.1%)

Replace

60 (16.5%)

86 (19.9%)

73 (16.5%)

219 (17.7%)

Abolish

89 (24.5%)

232 (53.7%)

242 (54.6%)

563 (45.4%)

Nothing

14 (3.8%)

12 (2.8%)

9 (2%)

35 (2.8%)

Total

364

432

443

1239

Actively involved in any other movement

Negotiate

130 (49.6%)

71 (19.6%)

103 (25.5%)

304 (29.6%)

Replace

51 (19.5%)

75 (20.7%)

66 (16.3%)

192 (18.7%)

Abolish

72 (27.5%)

206 (56.9%)

228 (56.4%)

506 (49.2%)

Nothing

9 (3.4%)

10 (2.8%)

7 (1.7%)

26 (2.5%)

Total

262

362

404

1028

Table A1

 

Respondents on the “World Bank”

Nairobi 2007

Atlanta 2007

Detroit 2010

All

Actively involved in indigenous rights

Reform

13 (39.4%)

8 (13.8%)

6 (25%)

27 (23.5%)

Replace

9 (27.3%)

15 (25.9%)

5 (20.8%)

29 (25.2%)

Abolish

11 (33.3%)

34 (58.6%)

13 (54.2%)

58 (50.4%)

Nothing

0 (0%)

1 (1.7%)

0 (0%)

1 (0.9%)

Total

3

58

24

115

NOT actively involved in indigenous rights

Reform

188 (54.2%)

119 (26.9%)

117 (26.4%)

424 (34.4%)

Replace

63 (18.2%)

93 (21%)

88 (19.8%)

244 (19.8%)

Abolish

80 (23.1%)

218 (49.2%)

226 (0.9%)

524 (42.5%)

Nothing

16 (4.6%)

13 (2.9%)

13 (2.9%)

42 (3.4%)

Total

347

443

444

1234

Actively involved in any other movement

Reform

131 (51.8%)

92 (24.9%)

99 (24.5%)

322 (31.4%)

Replace

47 (18.6%)

86 (23.3%)

84 (20.8%)

217 (21.2%)

Abolish

66 (26.1%)

182 (49.3%)

210 (52%)

458 (44.6%)

Nothing

9 (3.6%)

9 (2.4%)

11 (2.7%)

29 (2.8%)

Total

253

369

404

1026

Table A2

Respondents on the “World Trade Organization”

Nairobi 2007

Atlanta 2007

Detroit 2010

All

Actively involved in indigenous rights

Negotiate

8 (23.5%)

16 (28.1%)

6 (25%)

30 (26.1%)

Replace

14 (41.2%)

15 (26.3%)

6 (25%)

35 (30.4%)

Abolish

11 (32.4%)

26 (45.6%)

12 (50%)

49 (42.6%)

Nothing

1 (2.9%)

0 (0%)

0 (%)

1 (0.9%)

Total

34

57

24

115

NOT actively involved in indigenous rights

Negotiate

196 (57.8%)

101 (23.2%)

129 (28.9%)

426 (34.9%)

Replace

62 (18.3%)

105 (24.1%)

80 (17.9%)

247 (20.2%)

Abolish

65 (19.2%)

218 (50%)

226 (50.6%)

509 (41.7%)

Nothing

16 (4.7%)

12 (2.8%)

12 (2.7%)

40 (3.3%)

Total

339

436

447

1222

Actively involved in any other movement

Negotiate

137 (55.2%)

76 (20.8%)

113 (27.7%)

326 (31.9%)

Replace

48 (19.4%)

96 (26.2%)

76 (18.6%)

220 (21.5%)

Abolish

53 (21.4%)

187 (51.1%)

210 (51.5%)

450 (44%)

Nothing

10 (4%)

7 (1.9%)

9 (2.2%)

26 (2.5%)

Total

248

366

408

1022

Table A3

Respondents on the “United Nations”

Nairobi 2007

Atlanta 2007

Detroit 2010

All

Actively involved in indigenous rights

Reform

26 (81.3%)

42 (72.4%)

18 (75%)

86 (75.4%)

Replace

4 (12.5%)

5 (8.6%)

1 (4.2%)

10 (8.8%)

Abolish

1 (3.1%)

11 (19%)

5 (20.8%)

17 (14.9%)

Nothing

1 (3.1%)

0

0

1 (0.9%)

Total

32

58

24

114

NOT actively involved in indigenous rights

Reform

276 (80.2%)

287 (67.1%)

322 (72.4%)

885 (72.7%)

Replace

30 (8.7%0

79 (18.5%)

55 (12.4%)

164 (13.5%)

Abolish

14 (4.1%)

41 (9.6%)

33 (7.4%)

88 (7.2%)

Nothing

24 (7%)

21 (4.9%)

35 (7.9%)

80 (6.6%)

Total

344

428

445

1217

Actively involved in any other movement

Reform

207 (81.8%)

238 (66.7%)

292 (72.8%)

737 (72.9%)

Replace

23 (9.1%)

70 (19.6%)

51 (12.7%)

144 (14.2%)

Abolish

11 (4.3%)

33 (9.2%)

30 (7.5%)

74 (7.3%)

Nothing

12 (4.7%)

16 (4.5%)

28 (7%)

56 (5.5%)

Total

253

357

401

1011

Table A4

 

“Which of the following best describes your political views?”

Actively Involved in indigenous rights

Not actively involved in indigenous rights

Actively in any other movement

Far left

39 (34.8%)

361 (30.7%)

333 (33.8%)

Left

47 (42%)

477 (40.6%)

411 (41.7%)

Center left

10 (8.9%)

130 (11.1%)

96 (9.7%)

Center

7 (6.3%)

100 (8.5%)

78 (7.9%)

Center right

0

46 (3.9%)

35 (3.5%)

Right

3 (2.7%)

27 (2.3%)

16 (1.6%)

Far right

1 (0.9%)

7 (0.6%)

3 (0.3%)

Indifferent

5 (4.5%)

26 (2.2%)

14 (1.4%)

Total

112

1174

986

Table A5

***These political views tables do not include Porto Alegre.

 

“Which of the following best describes your political views?”

Actively Involved in indigenous rights

Not actively involved in indigenous rights

Actively in any other movement

Left

96 (85.7%)

968 (82.5%)

840 (85.2%)

Center

7 (6.3%)

100 (8.5%)

78 (7.9%)

Right

4 (3.6%)

80 (6.8%)

54 (5.5%)

Indifferent

5 (4.5%)

26 (2.2%)

14 (1.4%)

Total

112

1174

986

Table A6

 

4 Survey Dataset (18 movements) – Indigenous Ego Network

4 Surveys AI 18 mvnts-Indigeneous Ego Network - Weighted Lines.jpg

 

 

 

Porto Alegre (18 movements) – Indigenous Ego Network

Porto Alegre AI 18 mvnts-Indigeneous Ego Network - Weighted Lines.jpg


3 Survey Dataset (27 movements – No Porto Alegre) – Indigenous Ego Network

 

3 Surveys - AI mvmts only - 27 mvnts-Indigeneous Ego Network - Weighted Lines.jpg

Nairobi (27 movements) – Indigenous Ego Network

Nairobi AI 27 mvnts-Indigeneous Ego Network - Weighted Lines.jpg


 

Atlanta (27 movements) – Indigenous Ego Network

Atlanta AI 27 mvnts-Indigeneous Ego Network - Weighted Lines.jpg

 

Detroit (27 movements) – Indigenous Ego Network

Detroit AI 27 mvnts-Indigeneous Ego Network - Weighted Lines.jpg