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2015 In Process Understanding the Mapuche Conflict through Behavioral Games and Experimental Manipulations This project seeks to shed light on the fundamental question what the underlying cause of these tensions, economics, political ethnicity or identity is.
Investigador Responsable: Patricio Navia Co-Investigador(es): Roberto González
2017 In Process Transitional (In)justice and the Mapuche after the Dictatorship in Chile This project aims to critically reflect on the politics of memory during the postdictatorship by assessing the extent to which the main mechanisms of transitional justice applied in Chile have addressed indigenous experiences of state violence. As an integral part of this, the project will seek to analyze the struggle for recognition that Mapuche families and organizations have undertaken and the ways in which they have dealt with the official disavowal of their experiences during the dictatorship.
Investigador Responsable: Daniela Jara Co-Investigador(es): Ana Figueiredo
2015 In Process Towards a new model of participatory territorial management: Development and evaluation of its impact The purpose of this study is to continue the analysis, transformation and consolidation of the participatory territorial management model through direct work with the stakeholders involved. Transversally, the Territorial Teams (TTs) are calling for a shared narrative that can be translated into clearer and more effective methodologies. The authors seek to study the assessment of residents and key stakeholders from various territories about the quality of their connection to the municipality, levels of cooperation and the effectiveness of socio-territorial policies.
Investigador Responsable: Matías Sanfuentes Co-Investigador(es): Matías Garretón, Luis Valenzuela
2014 In Process The place of conflict in the experience of young Chilean couples To explore the meanings around conflict between couples and strategies for confronting it, employed by young people in the city of Santiago.
Investigador Responsable: Dariela Sharim
2016 In Process The experience of material and symbolic reconstruction after the 2014 fire in Valparaíso The objective is to compare two different experiences of material and symbolic reconstruction of space following the 2014 fire in Valparaíso. The first is the case of residents who have decided to stay in the location of the catastrophe despite the traumatic experiences that they survived. The second is that of residents who were voluntarily displaced to neighboring areas, specifically Villa Alemana.
Investigador Responsable: Nicolás Angelcos
2016 In Process The effects of confrontation on social relationships The main aim of this project is to analyze how people who confront and condemn prejudice are perceived. Specifically, the social consequences of confronting prejudice will be studied in terms of relationships with others.
Investigador Responsable: Gloria Jiménez-Moya
2015 In Process The effect of corruption perceptions on political engagement The goal of this project is to study the relation between corruption perceptions and political engagement
Investigador Responsable: Gloria Jiménez-Moya Co-Investigador(es): Roberto González, Paula Luengo
2016 In Process The declining electoral relevance of the authoritarian democratic political divide in Chile The main objective of this project is to evaluate differences in electoral preferences between those who lived through the dictatorship and those who came of age after the restoration of democracy.
Investigador Responsable: Patricio Navia
2016 In Process Survey of members of Parliament: social networks, immigration and morality To develop and apply of a survey to members of the Parliament in Chile. The survey will have three modules: the first will address the topic of social networks, the second immigration and the third the issue of moral transgressions.
Investigador Responsable: Héctor Carvacho Co-Investigador(es): Cristián Doña-Reveco, Matías Bargsted
2016 In Process Strike, state and territory: The geography of strikes in Chile The objective is to understand territorial determinants that affect labor conflict. Specifically, the researchers will explore the economic and government penetration aspects at the territorial level that affect the frequency and characteristics of labor strikes. The specific objectives of the project are: (a) to determine the effect of various territorial economic and political factors on the frequency of strikes; (b) to determine the effect of various economic and political territorial factors on the characteristics of strikes; and (c) to explore the mechanisms through which the characteristics of the territory modify the tactics and strategies employed by strike participants.
Investigador Responsable: Francisca Gutiérrez
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