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GONZALEZ ORTIZ, Felipe; TINOCO GARCIA, Ivett  and  MACEDO GARCIA, Alejandro. Insecurity and violence: Narratives about violence and insecurity in Mexico State. Espiral (Guadalaj.) [online]. 2012, vol.19, n.55, pp.79-116. ISSN 1665-0565.

This paper builds an interpretation of violence in the State of Mexico. Part of recognizing that the continuing conflict/ violence/crime is likely to be canceled to the extent that society generates a public moral with conflictuality minimums, and police to engage with society. From the construction of the two components may create conditions for building a democratic and peace society in which the state maintains a monopoly on force. The inputs of this work was the focus groups of police and representatives of civil society.

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