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Espiral (Guadalajara)

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ALONSO REYNOSO, Carlos  and  ALONSO SANCHEZ, Jorge. Following the traces of social movements at the beginning of the second decade of the Twenty-first century. Espiral (Guadalaj.) [online]. 2015, vol.22, n.62, pp.09-42. ISSN 1665-0565.

The analytical elements to study social movements have fallen short in understanding the movements that have erupted in the second decade of the century. There have been some theories that confirm that this issue continues to appear open to debate. The main analytical lines from which approaches have been tried to movements of indignant are reviewed. We propose a conceptual set to investigate the movements from below. We call the attention of the Zapatista movement as founding the new dynamic in which we find the search demoeleuthería and highlight its performance around the tragedy of Ayotzinapa. We propose as a clue to try to discern the configuration of emancipatory movements.

Keywords : social movements; from below; indignation; Zapatistas; demoeleutheria.

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