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Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Azcapotzalco
México

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en: This article analyzes the strong program for cultural sociology proposed by Jeffrey Alexander in his performative and iconic turns, as a proposal for multidimensional analysis that does not, despite his efforts, provide a general explanatory model for society. The authors examine Alexander’s cultural sociology as the result of a career rooted in his multidimensional neo-functionalist program. This allows them to situate this author’s proposal, observe the tensions attributable to his project, and perform a critical reading that explains its potential and interpretative limits.>>>
Nelson Arteaga Botello
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Javier
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
México
en: While organizational theories have created solid conceptual bases for the study of organizational decisions, a continued theoretical exploration seems needed of the function of decisions in the configuration of organizational order beyond compliance with formal objectives. In the framework of this discussion, it is appropriate to adopt a theoretical approach based on suppositions of complexity that conceives of decisions as adaptive responses to uncertain conditions in the organizational setting.>>>
Carolina Espinosa Luna
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en: Taking into account sociology’s break with the extensive tradition of political philosophy, recognized by both social science and political theory, this article proposes a reconstruction of the difference between science and art, as well as the ways of situating politics in that classification, according to five classical authors that Durkheim looks at to mark the differences that make his project unique: Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Rousseau, and Montesquieu. In contrast with some current literature, the aim here is to deepen our understanding of the social not as the field of politics, but as its limit.>>>
Rodrigo Oscar Ottonello
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en: This article defends the idea of broadening children’s participation beyond the traditional mechanisms used until now in Mexico. It looks at a series of ideas and arguments used by authors and institutions to underline certain advantages that can come out of it. It also mentions certain obstacles and conditions for thinking about greater agency for children. It concludes, among other things, that children’s participation deserves to be broadened both to recognize the different implications for them in public and social affairs, and also to make their rights as people a reality.>>>
Abraham Osorio Ballesteros
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en: This article brings together a discussion and a theoretical proposal for analyzing the empowerment of indigenous women. Based on the intersection of analytical categories like ethnic group and empowerment, the authors emphasize the need to understand the latter as a complex process, more than a state of emancipation, in which at the same time that there are advances, different steps backward persist and co-exist. To a great extent, these steps back are favored by deeply-rooted gender structures, which are a barrier to the struggles taken up by indigenous women.>>>
Miguel Ángel Sosme Campos
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Estela Casados González
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en: The traditional P’urhépecha song, the pirekua, was declared an Intangible World Heritage Treasure by the uNesCo. The decision was received enthusiastically by the Michoacán state government, institutions, and P’urhépecha musicians. However, it also sparked a conflict in which pirériecha (pirekua singers) and P’urhépecha musicians, mainly from rural communities participated. This article looks into how the uNesCo declaration was interpreted by the pirériecha and P’urhépecha musicians, and what caused the affront and why it spurred them to organize to express their disagreement. The author analyzes the conflict using Pierre Bourdieu’s theory of the field.>>>
B. Georgina Flores Mercado
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en: This article deals with the mingling of the feminist movement and the Okupación (squatters) movement in Spain. The authors analyze the case of Eskalera Karakola, the most emblematic, long-standing feminist occupation in Spain. To do that, they did two in-depth interviews with key activists, and based on that, lay out feminism’s(s’) current debates and the reciprocal implications they have with the practice of okupación. They conclude that this collective displays the traits of third-wave feminism, seeking the sustainability of life and caring. These, together with the thirst for autonomy, are some of the convergences with the Okupa Movement.>>>
Robert
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo
México
Alejandra
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo
México
Nora Rabotnikof
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