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Revista Mexicana de Sociología
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ISSN: 0188-2503
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Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
México

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en: he purpose of this article is to analyze the reform process in Cuba, begun in 2009, from a perspective called policy studies, which focuses on the political dimension of pu - blic policies and policy change. It is assumed that policies are the expression of a political- institutional framework: politics as a process that shapes policies. The argument is that re - forms are accompanied by a permanent tension between changes at the policy level, without disrupting the logic of politics that characteri - zes the decision-making level of the spheres of power.>>>
Gloria Del Castillo Alemán
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Danay Quintana Nedelcu
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en: This article describes the forms of domination and the effective exercise of autho - rity in the haciendas of Ocosingo, Chiapas. Narration, descriptions and perceptions of la - borers, foremen and employers are analyzed to understand the rules that prevailed, together with reflections on the social hierarchy. The ar - ticle presents the indigenous population’s inter - pretations of their experience with domination, authority and power, and the reasons that led the laborers to leave the hacienda and subse - quently set up a new community>>>
Carmen Legorreta Díaz
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Irene Ramos Gil
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en: There are two possible ways to re - cognize migrants’ rights: the expansion of citi - zenship and the recognition and enforcement of human rights. This paper evaluates these pos - sibilities and outlines the different political tra - ditions of citizenship and its ontological tenden - cies towards exclusion, as well as the ways these rights are taken up to expand citizenship. It highlights the proposal of post-citizenship, which seeks to transcend citizenship’s proclivity to exclusion and focus on the universal, humanistic nature of rights, and proposes a reformulation of the hegemonic concept of human rights in order to extend them to documented and undocumented migrants>>>
Ariadna Estévez
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en: This article is part of a project that seeks to understand the discursive specificity of a new Argentine political youth group known as La Cámpora. It studies a series of speeches taken from the group’s website and supports the hypothesis that La Cámpora creates its identity on the basis of a tension between an oppositional structure and the construction of equiva - lential chains. In this logic, the configuration of political enemies is crucial. In its speeches, the group employs a strategy of deploying two different poles that correspond, as appropriate, to different periods of time or different contemporary social actors.>>>
en: This article argues that both the public-sector bias and the technocratic approach to the stu - dy of corruption miss the mark. Neither of them tackles the root of the problem: domination and impunity. As heuristic alternatives, it proposes a new structural approach to corruption and the theory of a structural “ double fraud”. Both elements would contribute to rethink the con - cept of accountability. The article sustains that corruption is in the end a matter of political domination, structural impunity (especially for the private sector) and social disempowerment. Therefore its frontal combat lies in significant doses of civic, political and economic democracy.>>>
Irma Eréndira Sandoval Ballesteros
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Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales
México
Georgina Vega Fregoso
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Andrés Fábregas Puig
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Dan Nathan Hael Nava
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Francisco Collado Campaña
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