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Demandas democráticas y participación electoral en la Ciudad de México: dos estudios de caso

Ma. Luisa Tarrés
Revista Mexicana de Sociología
Vol. 56, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 1994), pp. 185-207
DOI: 10.2307/3541088
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3541088
Page Count: 23
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Demandas democráticas y participación electoral en la Ciudad de México: dos estudios de caso
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Abstract

Mediante dos ejemplos específicos, la investigadora señala los hilos de negociación clientelista tendidos entre el sistema político y la ciudadanía. ¿Qué papel desempeñan entonces la oposición electoral y la demanda democratizadora en dos zonas disímiles del Distrito Federal? El estudio realizado a niveles microsociales, y centrado en espacios locales, resulta indispensable para comprender el comportamiento político electoral. Dada la falta de organizaciones y partidos verdaderamente independientes, el corporativismo sigue teniendo una función estructuradora de la acción política. /// By means of two specific examples, the author traces the lines of clientelist negotiation between the political system and citizens. What then is the role played by electoral opposition and the demand for democracy in two dissimilar areas of the Federal District? The study, carried out at microsocial levels and focussing on local areas, is essential to an understanding of electoral political behavior. Given the lack of genuinely independent organizations and parties, corporatism continues to play a role in structuring political action.

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