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SESIÓN 1 WORKSHOP ICHEM 2019

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Social Movements’ Continuity and Public Policies: Cycles of Protest, Chaining Mechanisms and Policy Outcomes in the Chilean Student Movement (2006-2018)

Fecha: 01 marzo 2018, 13:00-14:30.
Dirección: Galvarino Gallardo 1973, Providencia, Santiago.
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/E835er22PVH2

El workshop incluirá un snack de almuerzo para cada asistente confirmada/o.
Cupos limitados. Por favor, confirme su asistencia enviando un email a ggalvez@ichem.cl

Presenta:
Dr Antoine Maillet:
Profesor Asistente del Instituto de Asuntos Públicos de la Universidad de Chile. Doctor en Ciencia Política de Sciences Po-París y la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Investiga sobre movimientos sociales, conflictos socio-territoriales y descentralización.

Artículo:
Social Movements’ Continuity and Public Policies: Cycles of Protest, Chaining Mechanisms and Policy Outcomes in the Chilean Student Movement (2006-2018)

The literature on social movements’ policy outcomes agrees on the need for an intertemporal perspective that goes beyond a short-term action-reaction logic to account for the effects of mobilization on policies. However, little attention has been given to the causal mechanisms that link different cycles of mobilization between them and with diverse outcomes. As well, there is scarce consideration given to the nexus between mnemonic processes and these outcomes. To do so, we bridge the literature on eventful protests and memory in social movements with the research on social movements’ outcomes. We propose the concept of chaining mechanisms as a mean to connect different cycles of protest, the ways they are remembered by activists and other actors, and policy outcomes. We distinguish between two types of chaining mechanisms: strategic and inertial, and apply this conceptual framework to the Chilean student movement to account for the 2012-2016 major education reform.

Discussants:

Rodrigo Torres:
Investigador Asociado del Instituto de Ciencias Sociales (ICSO) de la Universidad Diego Portales. Master en Ciencias Humanas y Sociales de la Universidad de París 8 y Doctor en Ciencia Política de la Universidad de París 1. Investiga sobre juventud, movilización social estudiantil, medios de comunicación, y política subnacional.

Carlos Durán:
Académico e Investigdor del Centro de Estudios de Ciencias Sociales y Juventud de la Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez. Master y Doctor Ciencias Sociales con mención en Ciencia Política de FLACSO México. Investiga sobre juventud, migración y gobiernos locales, y conflictos y movimientos sociales.

 

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