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2017
Journal  - Youth & Society
Young Citizens Participation: Empirical Testing of a Conceptual Model

A growing body of literature from different disciplines addresses concepts and measurement of citizenship. The present article seeks to contribute to this field by examining the issue of youth citizenship[...]

Author (s): Daniel Miranda, Juan Carlos Castillo, Andrés Sandoval-Hernandez
Documento
2016
Journal  - Progress in Human Geography
Urban vulnerability and the contribution of socio-environmental fragmentation

As ongoing parallel processes, urbanization and climate change call for overarching context-specific responses that tackle the complex challenges involved and include a comprehensive data base to identify[...]

Author (s): Felipe Link, Krellenberg, K., Welz, J. y Barth, K.
Documento
2017
Journal  - Latin American Perspectives
The Impact of the Chilean Earthquake of 2010. Challenging the Capabilities of the Neoliberal State.

On February 27, 2010, at 3:34 am., an 8.8-magnitude earthquake hit the regions of El Maule and Bío Bío in southern Chile and was followed by a devastating tsunami. The earthquake has been ranked as[...]

Author (s): Kirsten Sehnbruch
Documento
2017
Journal  - Environmental and Planning A
Neighbourhood effects’ on children’s educational achievement in Chile: The effects of inequality and polarization

This article studies the effects of the neighborhood in which a school is located on children's mathematics achievement in Chile. It uses data taken from a sample of 127,020 sixth grade students measured[...]

Papers

Documento
2016
Journal  - Política y Gobierno
¿Marchas, ocupaciones o barricadas? Explorando los determinantes de las tácticas de protesta en Chile

Collective protest grew recently in Chile, yet we know little about the characteristics and determinants of the tactics employed. By examining more than 2300 protest events between 2000 and 2012, we[...]

Author (s): Nicolás Somma, Rodrigo Medel
Documento
2015
Journal  - Cuadernos de Teoría Social
¿Cómo escribir lo social?

(Available only in Spanish:) La presente edición de Cuadernos de Teoría Social congrega textos sobre la escritura de lo social. La motivación inicial de este número es doble. Por un lado, no obstante[...]

Author (s): Emmanuelle Barozet, Daniel Alvaro, Tomás Ariztía, Mauro Basaure, Esperanza Bielsa, Vikki Bell, Bernardo Bolaños, Sarah Burton, Christian Borch, Daniel Chernilo, Raewyn Connell, Rodrigo Cordero, Elena Espósito, Mariana Heredia, Bernard Lahire, Massimo Modonesi, William Outhwaite, Francisco Salinas, María Emilia Tijoux, Esteban Torres, Charles Turner, Fréderic Vanderberghe y Judy Wajcman
Documento
2015
Journal  - Gestión y Tendencias
¿Amenaza o Realidad? La Judicialización del Conflicto Laboral en Chile

(Available only in spanish:) El presente artículo muestra cómo el conflicto laboral en Chile se encuentra altamente judicializado. Se explica este proceso como el resultado de un doble proceso. Por[...]

Author (s): Francisca Gutiérrez
Documento
2017
Journal  - Youth & Society
Young Citizens Participation: Empirical Testing of a Conceptual Model

A growing body of literature from different disciplines addresses concepts and measurement of citizenship. The present article seeks to contribute to this field by examining the issue of youth citizenship[...]

Author (s): Daniel Miranda, Juan Carlos Castillo, Andrés Sandoval-Hernandez
Documento
2015
Journal  - Journal of Youth and Adolescence
Why and How to Promote Adolescents’ Prosocial Behaviors: Direct, Mediated and Moderated Effects of the CEPIDEA School-Based Program

Prosocial behaviors are considered integral to intervention goals that seek to promote successful youth development. This study examines the effect of a school-based intervention program entirely designed[...]

Author (s): Paula Luengo, Caprara, G.V.; Zuffianò, A.; Gerbino, M.; Pastorelli, C.
Documento
2016
Journal  - Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change
When social movements become a democratizing force: The political impact of the student movement in Chile

Drawing on debates on deliberative and participatory democracy, I argue that social movements can be considered to be promoting democratization when they are able to compel governments to increase effective[...]

Author (s): Sofía Donoso
Documento
2018
Journal  - Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change
When do political parties move to the streets? Understanding party protest in Chile (2000-2012)
Author (s): Nicolás Somma
Documento
2016
Journal  - Progress in Human Geography
Urban vulnerability and the contribution of socio-environmental fragmentation

As ongoing parallel processes, urbanization and climate change call for overarching context-specific responses that tackle the complex challenges involved and include a comprehensive data base to identify[...]

Author (s): Felipe Link, Krellenberg, K., Welz, J. y Barth, K.
Documento
2015
Journal  - Revista Ciudades
Urban land and residential segregatio: towards a social integration agenda for chile´s metropolitan central areas

An analysis of Chile’s residential segregation of metropolitan central areas shows that: a) expensive land prices in the centre expel the geographical location of social housing towards distant peripheries,[...]

Documento
2016
Journal  - dpu
Urban design in backstage: fostering self-transforming local potentials

Santiago’s Yungay neighborhood is an extremely rich and diverse social ecosystem, with Chilean families living on the grounds for over a generation, newly arrived young professionals and foreign immigrants[...]

Author (s): Matías Garretón
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