I believe that these tensions and con- flicts are .. Anthropologist, Carles Feixa ( , 60), who defines juvenile cultures .. Carles. (). El reloj de Arena. See, for example, Garcia Saldafia, El Rey criollo; Arana, Guaraches de ante azul; and Anthropologist Carles Feixa points out that, beginning in the early , young See Feixa, El reloj de arena, 43, 51; Manzano, “The Making of Youth in . Feixa Pàmpols, Carles. La joventut com a metáfora. Barcelona: Secretaria General de Joventut, —. El Reloj de Arena. Culturasjuveniles en México.

Author: Akinomi Maktilar
Country: Indonesia
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Science
Published (Last): 10 August 2010
Pages: 383
PDF File Size: 7.54 Mb
ePub File Size: 3.30 Mb
ISBN: 951-6-44965-584-2
Downloads: 37242
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Yozshusho

The SE mass of demonstrators was surrounded by the police, who watched the activist performances with curiosity, sometimes trying to restrain them, other times U arfna quietly. Strictly social questions are interspersed with more cultural and symbolic issues. This is not only true for economic, political and cor- porate multinational structures, but also for the networked resistances to those R hegemonic forces.

Urteaga MaritzaPor los territorios del Rock. Lisbon — Emergent networks14 The years teloj witnessed the birth of a series of different social SE movement platforms in Portugal, along with the consolidation of previously established ones. Melucci, Alberto Nomads of the Present: In IA case there is trouble, we arema to enter a bar, an Irish pub in the gothic neigh- C bourhood evoking images of the old sites where anarcho-syndicalists gathered ER a century ago. It is for the people, our representative, and against the people, constantly assessing the risk of our rebellion, always at the ready to repress.

Will be grateful for any help! They emerge ER from processes of negotiation between different, often pre-existing networks.

L’engagement politique des jeunes militants à Puebla (Mexique)

Log In Sign Up. The participation of young people gave rise to myriad youth micro-cultures, often with a transnational dimen- sion but assuming diverse forms in each country. As pointed out by the editors in the introduction to this run- FO ning theme: Castells, Manuel The Internet Galaxy: For example, more radical youth movements including anti- R militarism Pastor, or squatting Feixa et al.

Although some participants were older, New Social Movements were often conceived as youth and gender-based movements, as they stressed youth emancipation and sexual liberation. Great thanks in advance! Voir aussi David Srena, Rebel Cities. The WTO had summoned the so-called Millennium Round, a set of negotiations aiming to establish new rules for the liberalization of world trade.


II — The Power of Identity, 2nd edition. Maffesoli MichelLe temps des tribus. Barcelona — arsna case of MRG11 Although, young squatters and re activists in Barcelona had taken part in previous globally coordinated actions against the G8 and WTO, anti-corporate globalization movements in Catalonia were largely spearheaded by a network called the Movement for Global Resistance MRGwhich was founded to coordinate the Catalan mobilization against the WB and IMF in Prague in September In contrast to traditional political parties and unions, network- U based politics involve the creation of broad umbrella spaces, where diverse organizations, collectives and networks converge around a few common hall- L IA marks, while preserving their autonomy and specificity.

Over the next few months a common statement was written, new in- dividuals were involved, information was shared on a new mailing list, and a wiki was created to discuss the activities of veixa platform. Las relaciones entre escuela y cultura juvenil pueden equipararse a las que se dan en un matrimonio mal avenido que se pasa la vida discutiendo aunque no Carles Feixa Publicaciones – fr.

Help Center Find new research papers in: Tapscott, Don Growing Up Digital: The Internet plays a critical role, disseminating information and pre- R paring events, mainly through mailing lists, websites and blogs. The most visible action repertoires had a playful dimension sit-in, happen- ings although traditional activities, including demonstrations and assemblies, also had a role.

In the information age, the arena of citizenship is extended in three directions: The territorial base of the new social movements moved away T from the local toward the regional and transnational.


In this sense, the rise of U youth, student and ecology movements reflected a partial decline of the central role of factories, the increasing importance of universities, and the rise of L IA the middle class Touraine, His SE book, Networking Futures: As with the new social movements, action repertoires involve marches and demonstrations, but calls to action are distributed through the Internet, while mass marches and actions articulate with feixs forms of virtual resistance.

Numerous journalists were on hand collecting statements. The march was particularly colourful, and included songs and dances rehearsed the night before at the May Day party. Shortly thereafter, we set off to a great fanfare. During the yearsimilar events occurred in cities of five continents, as each major summit became an occasion for an alternative summit and protest.


Younger activists are also characteristically drawn to more non- M conventional forms of direct action protest, involving creative, expressive or O violent repertoires. We analyze particular aspects of each case, but also discuss their European and global dimensions. Caccia-Bava C and Y.

M Juris, Jeffrey S. This group also decided to create a semi-formal network called Rede: The forum process has also expanded transnationally, IA as global forums have been held in Feixs and Nairobiwhile C local and regional forum events have been organized in nearly every continent. The commotion was re- inforced by a truck carrying a sound system at the front of the march. The dominant organizational model is best ER represented by the metaphor of the band arwna that old social movements were usually based in local groups with strong internal cohesion as well as signs and M symbols of identity that clearly differentiated insiders from outsiders.

Although, some have questioned whether such a distinction is relevant Calhoun,we find it useful for our limited purposes here to highlight the characteristics associated with emerging forms of movement that combine elements of both old and new.

ER Juris, Jeffrey S. No one could ignore a caged activist proclaiming he had been arrested in a call centre or protesters carrying massive banners.

El reloj de arena: culturas juveniles en México – ScienceOpen

No registered users and 9 guests. In R the second PSF took place, and it was marked by the same kind of tensions. They were often local, but occasionally involved in revolutionary or reform processes at the national and international levels. Since then, subsequent forums have drawn hundreds of thousands of participants, includingat the third L WSF in Porto Alegre.

At the conclusion of the march, the precarious workers arrived at University City, where, as has become traditional, a popular fiesta had begun. In this article, I discuss the advantages and limitations of these dl approaches with respect to the study of political engagement of young people in Puebla.

Young people play an important role within this complex geometry.