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Social change in Mexico : re-politicizing the agenda of reform
Héctor Cuadra Montiel
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1469-9273
https://doi.org/10.1080/03906700903239063
Democratización - México
Cambio social
"A key claim of this article is the need for re-politicizing the processes of social change in Mexico, while critically examining economic imperatives as selfinduced enforcement mechanisms. Focusing on the socio-political dimensions of the process, I undertake an analysis of the features of the democratization processes currently under way. It is emphasized that if the latter are to succeed, we need to be aware of the broad transformative effects which they entail. Therefore, the challenge for a more egalitarian and democratic society must be undertaken without delay. It is suggested that network governance could be of great help in drawing up a more democratic agenda, which may open up further possibilities of transformation."
Sapienza, Universidad de Roma
2009
Artículo
International Review of Sociology
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