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Elección racional, cultura y estructura: tres enfoques para el análisis político (Rational Choice, Culture and Structure: Three Approaches to Political Analysis)

Alain de Remes
Revista Mexicana de Sociología
Vol. 63, No. 1 (Jan. - Mar., 2001), pp. 41-70
DOI: 10.2307/3541201
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3541201
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Elección racional, cultura y estructura: tres enfoques para el análisis político (Rational Choice, Culture and Structure: Three Approaches to Political Analysis)
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Abstract

El estudio de los fenómenos políticos y sociales puede realizarse usando diferentes enfoques. En este trabajo se analizan las fortalezas y debilidades de tres aproximaciones (elección racional, cultura y estructura) en torno a las cuales han girado las principales agendas de investigación de los académicos norteamericanos en los noventa. A manera de conclusión se establece que en los noventa, más que en décadas anteriores, se abre la oportunidad de sentar en la misma mesa a académicos formados en diferentes disciplinas y escuelas, pero dispuestos a entender de manera más precisa los fenómenos políticos y sociales ubicuos en la cambiante realidad mundial. /// Political and social phenomena can be studied using a variety of approaches. This study analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of three approaches (rational choice, culture and structure) around which the main research agendas of North American researchers have revolved. By way of a conclusion, it states that in the 1990s, more so than in previous decades, the opportunity arose for academics trained in different disciplines and schools, yet eager to understand the political and social phenomena found throughout the changing world situation, to work together.

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