• P. Yanes
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 129-149

    Abstract
    Given the profound changes in the world of work and the increasing restrictions manifested by conditional transfer programs to overcome the intergenerational transmission [...]

  • G. M.
    (2015). Vol. 66 pp. 167-176

  • P. Villagómez
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 99-128

    Abstract
    In this article I discuss both conceptually and empirically the existence of a social norm about what is considered necessary in the field of food, and I analyze the capacity [...]

  • T. Cuéllar
    (2014). Vol. 63 pp. 125-139

  • J. Nafarrate, N. Luhmann
    (2015).

  • S. Tischler
    (2013). Vol. 62 pp. 31-43

    Abstract
    With the purpose of thinking revolutionary change, we expose certain notions oriented towards accounting for the crisis of the classical subject of the revolution and the [...]

  • E. Ledesma
    (2015). Vol. 67 pp. 111-139

    Abstract
    The present article has as objective to establish an analysis of the problem of the reflexivity of the technological forms of life exposed by Scott Lash, through the identification [...]

  • E. Ledesma
    (2015).

  • G. Seghezzo
    (2015). Vol. 66 pp. 61-99

    Abstract
    The practices of the security forces, and more specifically, the deep violent matrix that crosses, have become a privileged object in the field of knowledge production in [...]

  • G. Sancho
    (2013). Vol. 62 pp. 105-134

    Abstract
    For the last two decades, the expansion of Internet access as well as the new developments of the Information Technologies (it ), have transformed the forms of management, [...]

  • M. Rajs
    (2014).

    Abstract
    As part of a comprehensive study about violence against women (VaW) and media, we used a method of content analysis of newspapers, television and radio news in Mexico in two [...]

  • F. Fernández
    (2014).

  • M. Reyes, M. López
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 245-270

    Abstract
    In the measurement of poverty, the role of wages in the formation of household income has not been taken into account explicitly. The minimum wage arises in capitalist economies [...]

  • M. Torres, J. Parra, F. Arellano
    (2014). Vol. 65 pp. 65-95

    Abstract
    The levels of violence and insecurity in Mexico have grown significantly since 2006, while female deaths with presumption of homicide rose alarmingly. In this paper we will [...]

  • R. Flores
    (2015). Vol. 67 pp. 165-192

    Abstract
    This article aims to show the main proposals of Ulrich Beck about how the technological risks function in the context of the so-called second modernity, in order to expose [...]

  • A. Amador, A. Domínguez
    (2014). Vol. 65 pp. 151-171

    Abstract
    The armed conflict faced by Colombian population from this last half century has produced more than five million displaced people in recent decades (near to 10% of the national [...]

  • K. Oyarzún
    (2013). Vol. 61 pp. 101-126

    Abstract
    This paper discusses biopolitics, production and reproduction of the labor force, based on the interpretation of interviews carried out during 2010 with agribusiness workers, [...]

  • H. Ouviña
    (2013). Vol. 62 pp. 77-104

    Abstract
    The main objective of this article is to recover the notion of prefigurative politics as a potential “measuring unit” which allows for the analysis of the scopes and limitations [...]

  • P. García, E. Mira
    (2014).

    Abstract
    The intention with this article is to shed light on the different characteristics in the consumption of addictive substances considering gender, in order to provide the tools [...]

  • J. Reyna
    (2015).

    Abstract
    In this paper we present some of the main ideas developed by Carlos Pereyra around the subjects of politics, the State and civil society. We review his reflections on this [...]

  • M. Orozco
    (2014). Vol. 63 pp. 41-63

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to discuss two normative versions of Social Epistemology (se ), whose initial approaches raised 25 years ago gave place to a new tradition. Revisiting [...]

  • M. Ávalos, F. Reillo
    (2014). Vol. 65 pp. 121-150

    Abstract
    This paper summarizes the most important results from a research project on violence against women in Western Mexico that forms part of the National Study on the Sources, [...]

  • O. Rodríguez
    (2013). Vol. 61 pp. 127-154

    Abstract
    The purpose of this article is to analyze some subjective issues for understanding why the killing of workers in the School Domingo Santa María de Iquique, is one of the [...]

  • J. Álvarez
    (1990). Vol. 61 pp. 37-60

    Abstract
    The present article tries to point out the search and creation of Memory Theater in Chile through a scenic journey between 1973 and 1990. The reading of such a process is [...]

  • A. Murguía, M. Orozco
    (2014). Vol. 63 pp. 143-155

  • A. Lores
    (2014).

    Abstract
    Contemporary societies face tensions related with the unequal distribution of knowledge and simultaneous demands for democratic equality that are central to Social Epistemology´s [...]

  • A. Lores
    (2014).

  • M. Millán
    (2013). Vol. 62 pp. 45-76

    Abstract
    This essay poses the question of the spaces in which the social subject in the capitalist modernity can recover its self-determination capacity, spaces of widening of the [...]

  • M. Martín
    (2015). Vol. 68 pp. 131-152

    Abstract
    During the years 1955-1965 the Argentinian writer Leopoldo Marechal wrote several works that showed a deep concern for the contemporary technique and science. Marechal thought [...]

  • A. Bialakowsky, F. Ruiz
    (2015).

    Abstract
    This article proposes to recover an aspect of the work of Auguste Comte that we consider has not been given enough importance. Based on the principles of his sociology of [...]

  • D. Manchinelly
    (2015). Vol. 66 pp. 129-163

    Abstract
    This article points out the main social positions of the social structure of the Commu- nication Sciences’ community college, part of the Faculty of Social and Politica [...]

  • M. Navarro
    (2013). Vol. 62 pp. 135-153

    Abstract
    Facing the critical and conflictive socio-environmental scenery in our country, we expose an analytical approach to social antagonism and the processes of political subjectivation [...]

  • M. Navarro
    (2013).

  • E. Rodríguez
    (2007).

    Abstract
    From the heterodox economic theory, it seeks to describe the actual condition of the mexican labor market from 2007 to 2012 (flexible or rigid) and the characteristics of [...]

  • E. Espinosa
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Classical sociology was built upon three constitutive beliefs, rarely discussed. The first defined the space of sociology, the second defined the time and the third the position [...]

  • A. Sánchez
    (2015). Vol. 67

    Abstract
    Throughout this essay a balance on Jürgen Habermas’ theoretical itinerary is exposed. We review his deeper motivations and questions to see how they anticipated to his [...]

  • A. Kozel
    (2013). Vol. 61 pp. 15-36

    Abstract
    The paper presents a counterpoint between the works of Ezequiel Martínez Estrada (Argentina, 1895-1964) and Leopoldo Zea (México, 1912-2004), focusing on two basic dimensions: [...]

  • A. Kozel
    (2015). Vol. 68 pp. 49-70

    Abstract
    The article seeks to make a contribution to the sociology of anti-imperialist intellec- tuals through the study of the itinerary and work of Carlos Pereyra Gómez (Saltillo, [...]

  • M. Jaramillo
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 49-71

    Abstract
    There are schools of thought that study and measure subjective well-being and propose it as a substitute for objective well-being measurements. We should value and utilize [...]

  • K. Janello
    (2015). Vol. 68 pp. 9-47

    Abstract
    Argentinan Association for Cultural Freedom (AALC) and its global reference, the Congress for Cultural Freedom, were product of the Cultural Cold War. This organization had [...]

  • R. Jaimez
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 29-48

    Abstract
    The article addresses the need to hold a critical stance towards official and reductionist measurements of poverty, arguing for the development of multidimensional, integrated, [...]

  • D. Inclán
    (2013). Vol. 61 pp. 77-100

    Abstract
    This paper attempts to problematize the ways that have been built interpretations over the dictatorial past in Chile and Argentina, privileging the study of aesthetic productions. [...]

  • L. Huesca, L. Llamas
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 173-196

    Abstract
    This paper performs an evaluation of the redistributive effect achieved through the tax-benefit system in Mexico, including the tax burden and conditional cash transfers for [...]

  • R. Aguilar
    (2013). Vol. 62 pp. 11-30

    Abstract
    From critical theory, there is a proposal to think social struggles from the deployment of their contradictions and the instability they produce in the existing order. For [...]

  • I. Aguilar
    (2014). Vol. 63 pp. 65-97

    Abstract
    The goal of this paper compares the notion of social dimension of knowledge in two recently projects of Social Epistemology developed by A. Goldman and S. Fuller. The work [...]

  • A. Andrade
    (2015). Vol. 66 pp. 35-60

    Abstract
    The main objective of the paper is to show how love in society can be connected to certain sociological problems like social bonding. When love is analyzed through its connections [...]

  • E. Gambarotta
    (2014).

    Abstract
    This paper proposes an epistemological conception for sociology, based in a (self)reflexive movement that put in question the questioning point of view itself. For this we [...]

  • J. Galindo
    (2015). Vol. 66 pp. 11-34

    Abstract
    This articles main goal is to introduce the reader to the fundamental aspects of the sociology of Erving Goffman. More than a mere summary of his works, the article interweaves [...]

  • J. Galindo
    (2015). Vol. 67 pp. 141-164

    Abstract
    Undoubtedly, the concept of risk is one of the main theoretical tools available to contemporary sociology to account for the dynamics of modern society. Among the authors [...]

  • P. Rossi
    (2015). Vol. 67

    Abstract
    The concept of reflexivity is key within the body of work of Anthony Giddens because it links basic topics such as agency, routines and institutions. A bibliographic analysis [...]

  • S. Frías
    (2014). Vol. 65 pp. 11-36

    Abstract
    This paper present evidence of some of the multiple expressions of violence against Mexican women. The lack of analyses tha use representative samples about violence against [...]

  • O. Gatica
    (2015). Vol. 67 pp. 193-220

    Abstract
    In this article, I provide a historical reconstruction of five moments of reflexivity. The first moment is Cartesian-self (western science). The second moment is social-self [...]

  • H. Figueroa, J. Boltvinik
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 223-243

    Abstract
    After discussing the concepts of hunger, undernutrition, food insecurity and food poverty, we propose a methodology to measure food poverty which integrates two innovations [...]

  • H. Fair
    (2015). Vol. 68 pp. 95-129

    Abstract
    The article problematizes the self-positioning of Laclaus theory of hegemony in the “post-Marxist” field and in socialist traditions, from the analysis of the positions [...]

  • M. Díaz
    (2016).

    Abstract
    In Mexico, crime has increased and diversified over the last 20 years, but we have few theoretical, empirically verified, explanations. Here I explore a way of explaining [...]

  • A. Damián
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 151-172

    Abstract
    After discussing the role of pension systems in capitalism as instruments of redistribution of income between capital and labor and, therefore, of the class struggle, it is [...]

  • A. Cimet
    (2013). Vol. 61 pp. 179-200

    Abstract
    We present two poems from Yakov Glatshtein. A central question is asked: was there or was there not, a political and philosophical consciousness about the enormity of the [...]

  • R. Cassigoli
    (2013). Vol. 61 pp. 157-177

    Abstract
    This essay emphasizes some true conceivable links existing between three historical phenomena. At first, the remarkable german influence on Chile’s institutions and public [...]

  • R. Salamon
    (2013).

  • J. Casco
    (2015). Vol. 68 pp. 71-93

    Abstract
    This work focuses on the intellectual production of Portantiero linked to the work of Antonio Gramsci. To do this, he reviews some moments of his work taking care of the sociopolitical [...]

  • A. Hila
    (2014).

    Abstract
    Currently, the high and alarming youth unemployment rate in Spain invites to reflect on how this situation was on the previous and early stages of current economic and social [...]

  • M. Cázares, R. Duarte
    (2014).

  • P. Cázares
    (2015).

  • M. Ch.
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 73-98

    Abstract
    Any measurement of poverty must specify a threshold and what this represents. Is it possible to avoid arbitrariness in the determination of these thresholds? Or are they totally [...]

  • S. Campo
    (2013). Vol. 61 pp. 63-76

    Abstract
    Sociological analysis and political analysis have an epistemological support that determines the conceptualization of society and the position or placement of who analyzes [...]

  • J. Boltvinik, A. Damián
    (2016). Vol. 70 pp. 271-296

    Abstract
    coneval s official methodology for measuring multidimensional poverty (ommmp ) is critically evaluated, which underestimates poverty, and is contrasted with the lpmm . It [...]

  • J. Boltvinik
    (2016).

  • M. Celaya, M. Gálvez
    (2014). Vol. 65 pp. 97-120

    Abstract
    This paper examines the existing regulatory framework for addressing violence against women in Mexico, both nationally and at the level of the four states that make up the [...]

  • A. Hernández
    (2014). Vol. 63 pp. 15-39

    Abstract
    The project of an epistemology of anthropological sustenance similar ideas akin to those who have expressed solidarity between epistemology and social theory. In the present [...]

  • A. Carreño
    (2015). Vol. 67 pp. 87-110

    Abstract
    The purpose of this scholarly monograph is to introduce students of sociology and other social sciences to the theoretical postulates of Anthony Giddens about reflexivity [...]

  • L. Enríquez
    (2014). Vol. 64 pp. 35-69

    Abstract
    This text deals with the analysis of the policy of the rights of the government of Mexico City which took place during the last three administrations. This government is considered [...]

  • N. Filinich
    (2016). Vol. 69 pp. 17-50

    Abstract
    This paper intends to deploy a reflection on some of the general features of taylorism and fordism, two work organization and surplus generating devices that have marked the [...]

  • G. Leyva
    (2016). Vol. 69 pp. 125-136

  • O. Kozlarek
    (2016). Vol. 69 pp. 137-149

  • M. Domingo, E. Morales
    (2016). Vol. 69 pp. 181-205

    Abstract
    The socio-economic and financial crisis, which is affecting Europe since 2008, is spreading its influence to all European Union member countries. However, as the welfare models [...]

  • E. Martín
    (2016). Vol. 69 pp. 51-75

    Abstract
    ‘Going nowhere fast’ is the paradox that seems to arise from our temporal trajectories in late modernity, according to some theories of social acceleration and [...]

  • H. Crespo
    (2016). Vol. 69 pp. 153-180

    Abstract
    The outbreak of World War I compelled writers, artists and scientists to make a stand. Most of these intellectuals followed, with a plethora of nuances, the patriotism surrounding [...]

  • F. Medina, L. Medina
    (2016). Vol. 69 pp. 77-108

    Abstract
    The changes in the temporal structure of modern society are usually considered from a macro-perspective, which neglects the crucial role of articulation and negotiation, between [...]

  • M. Ibargüen, O. Kozlarek
    (2016). Vol. 69 pp. 7-13

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