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Revista IUS

versión impresa ISSN 1870-2147

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SOLORZANO PENA, María Amelia  y  CONTRERAS ACEVEDO, Ramiro. Security, Information Technologies and Human Rights: Government Impunity and Citizen Inertia. Rev. IUS [online]. 2019, vol.13, n.44, pp.281-303.  Epub 01-Jul-2019. ISSN 1870-2147.  https://doi.org/10.35487/rius.v13i44.2019.452.

This work shows the contradictions and failures of public policies of social prevention of violence and delinquency and crime. This is a consequence of the excesses and inefficiency in the use of Information and Communication Technologies, impunity and the inertia of the citizen that is not perceived as part of the social phenomenon of insecurity in Mexico. The problem originates in the uncritical incorporation of the term Citizen Security into Public Policy. The methodological design corresponds to the critical paradigm, through an emancipatory-transformative research-action and a mixed methodological approach that will support the argumentation to eliminate the questions or attributions of subjectivity that are conferred to social investigations. The contribution of research to existing knowledge allows us to reveal the mimicry of what up to now has been understood as Citizen Security in Mexico and the false promises of the Trinomial Security, ICT and Human Rights

Palabras llave : Violence; Crime; Crime Prevention; Information Technology; Violation of Human Rights; Corruption; Public Policy.

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