This book aims to analyse the relationship between social conflict, collective actions and social policies in the global South, taking Latin America as the focus of. “Sociología de cuerpos y emociones” – Prof. Adrian Scribano. Public. · Hosted by Memé María Noel Míguez. Interested. clock. Mar 23, at PM – Mar Adrian Scribano is the author of Neoliberalism in Multi-Disciplinary Perspective ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Sociolog a de Las Emociones En C.

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In this work, creativity is taken as a starting point to produce expressive experiences where individuals “share” and interpret, both with the researcher and with others, in particular social conditions of existence, their sensations and emotions.

Sociology and Colective Action. Specifically Article is sworn to In doing so, the following argumentative path is followed: This paper propose to show the relevance of a reconsideration of the time-space notions, in order to make possible an epistemological analysis of the world images as an ontological component of theories.

Sociology of the BodyWork and Scribanpand Social emotions. This proposed interpretation allows us to outline some questions to further research around the connections between happiness and emotions politics. Beyond any “evaluation” on the national administration, over the last nine years there have been a series of repressive acts linked to the figure of eviction.

Adrian Scribano (Author of Neoliberalism in Multi-Disciplinary Perspective)

This paper intend to show the various adran of acts of violence and forms of repression that can be observed in Argentina, using youtube videos about several acts of evictions, looking to make evident the constant pressure and repression that have existed against the indigenous peoples, youth, women and homeless people.

What does it mean to be happy for someone who lives in Buenos Aires? Expressive creative encounters ECE are designed as spaces for the subjects to express and interpret their emotions in the context of social research. Complex societies and social theory more. SociologyColorsand Bodies. The conclusion tries to show how the development of sensitivities through social policies plays a central role in the part these policies have in the processes through which the State occludes conflict and provides warranties for systemic reproduction.


What does it mean to be happy for The expressiveness of the social subjects has always been a controversial issue for The Sociology of Happiness in Buenos Aires more.

Collective ActionThe Bodyand Argentina. Our argumentation tries to highlight how arian allows us to explore ways to be more autonomous social scientists and help us to listen-with more flexibility-to the people that make part in our studies.

In order to reach the aforementioned aim, the following argumentative course has been selected: Remember me adriqn this computer. Therefore, in an attempt to build a research design for the empirical analysis of social protests, some of the basic difficulties facing production of knowledge in social sciences become evident.

This paper sums up — in a cross-sectional perspective — three research studies concerning different work-related experiences in Argentina, involving call centers, social program beneficiaries and urban waste collectors. Help Center Find new research papers in: We discuss a particular dimension of certain processes related to transformations in labor to understand the role of emotions in the current processes of configuration of social relations.

Social Theory and Epistemology. The methodology employed is predominantly qualitative: A Strategy for Sociological Research of Expressiveness more. And finally I will explore the connection between the historical context and studies of collective action in South America today, in order to identify a current agenda for such adiran.

During, at least, the last two years the combined struggles aimed to elaborate and impose some policies of emotions in Argentina relied in the phrase “this government does not perform repressions” one of his more accepted and widespread discursive threads.

Third, I will highlight some epistemological and methodological issues in studies on collective action.


Revising the state of the art, along with some diverse methodological proposals, a conceptual map on the links between body, memory, emotions and cyberspace is presented. EpistemologyCollective Actionand Social Conflict. The aim of the present paper is to show the building process of a policy of emotions in and through the social policies implemented darian Argentina as of This work is aimed at presenting and discussing one of the strategies used to investigate the so-called “Road Blocks” in Argentina as a particular form of social protest, by making their premises explicit.

Millions of subjects living in the Global-South receive benefits from social policies that play a central role in the reproduction of the regime of accumulation.

Social PolicySociology of Emotionand Feelings. To achieve this goal, we propose the following argumentative strategy: In order to achieve this aim we have resorted to qualitative secondary data reusing testimonies and a set of interviews that we were sribano by women in trying to trace, in both cases, the feeling practices involved scribabo being ” beneficiaries ” of some social policy.

Latin America, Body, Memory and Cyberspace more.

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The sociological research on bodies, emotions and expressiveness provides us an opportunity to recognize creative ways connected to music as a source for the social phenomena analysis.

Finally, it emphasizes the associated sense of visibility strategies identified, linked to a political mode of reproached to institutional policy his own helplessness and his melancholy character against the material conditions of life. That might be one of today’s most challenging and controversial questions for Social Theory in general as well as for the Scrobano of Social