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Los movimientos sociales. Problemas teórico-metodológicos

Gilberto Giménez
Revista Mexicana de Sociología
Vol. 56, No. 2 (Apr. - Jun., 1994), pp. 3-14
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4624936
Page Count: 12
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Los movimientos sociales. Problemas teórico-metodológicos
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Abstract

Los problemas teórico-metodológicos que se plantea el análisis de los movimientos sociales se generan a partir de tres fuentes: la naturaleza del objeto de estudio; la dificultad de poder definir un paradigma explicativo de su génesis y, finalmente, la dificultad de establecer el tipo de relación que puede existir entre el analista y los actores sociales. El autor intenta desarrollar estos temas desde las perspectivas de tres autores que han contribuido a la conformación de una sociología de los movimientos sociales: Alain Touraine, Alberto Melucci y Alessandro Pizzorno. /// The theoretical and methodological problems posed in the analysis of social movements are derived from three sources; the nature of the object of study; the difficulty of being able to define a paradigm explaining their origin and finally, the difficulty of being able to establish the type of relationship that may exist between the analyst and social participants. The author attempts to develop these topics from the perspective of three authors who have contributed to the creation of a sociology of social movements: Alain Touraine, Alberto Melucci and Alessandro Pizzorno.

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