La Deontología Aplicada En El Racismo De La Población Indígena En El Caso De Chile

Translated title of the contribution: The Deontology Applied In The Racism Of The Indigenous Population In The Case Of Chile

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Abstract

Racism can be broadly defined as the inclusion of any ideology, or system of ideas, values, ethics and beliefs, in which racial differences are recognized and considered valuable and important. Such is the case where a court of guarantee in Santiago de Chile ordered the pretrial detention of four Ecuadorians formally charged as alleged perpetrators of the murder of a woman. What happened to two Ecuadorians in the penitentiary accused of murdering a woman is unacceptable, even if the perpetrators are the same. Justice is applied by judges and torture is an atrocious practice. All the rigour of the law for murderers, but let us not go back to the time of the caverns.
Translated title of the contributionThe Deontology Applied In The Racism Of The Indigenous Population In The Case Of Chile
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
JournalRevista Caribeña De Las Ciencias Sociales
Volume2018
Issue number9
StatePublished - 30 Sep 2018

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