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2017
Revista Académica
`I think it’s more of a worthwhile job I’ve got now.’ A qualitative study of women’s changing work orientations over the life course

This paper contributes to a body of work which examines how women’s work orientations and evaluations of their paid work change over the life course. We analysed interview transcripts for a sub-sample[...]

Autor(es): Ignacio Madero-Cabib, Platts, L. G., Day, J. K., Gross, D., & von Ow, A.
Documento
2017
Revista Académica  - Youth & Society
Young Citizens Participation: Empirical Testing of a Conceptual Model

(Disponible solo en inglés:) 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[...]

Autor(es): Daniel Miranda, Juan Carlos Castillo, Andrés Sandoval-Hernandez
Documento
2015
Revista Académica  - Sociological Forum
World Culture, Uncoupling, Institutional Logics, and Recoupling: Practices and Self identification as Institutional Microfoundations of Political Violence

This study proposes a micro-institutional theory of political violence, according to which citizens' participation in political violence is partially an outcome of tight coupling of persons' practices[...]

Autor(es): Ana Velitchkova
Documento
2016
Revista Académica  - Progress in Human Geography
Urban vulnerability and the contribution of socio-environmental fragmentation

(Disponible solo en inglés:) As ongoing parallel processes, urbanization and climate change call for overarching context-specific responses that tackle the complex challenges involved and include a[...]

Autor(es): Felipe Link, Krellenberg, K., Welz, J. y Barth, K.

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2016
Revista Académica  - INVI
Acerca de una gentrificación “planetaria”, políticamente útil

En todo el mundo los centros urbanos se "redescubren" para objetivos de reproducción de capital, una recomposición que conlleva la inyección de altos niveles de inversión privada para el desarrollo[...]

Autor(es): Ernesto López
Documento
2018
Revista Académica  - Dialogues in Human Geography
A rural gentrification theory debate for the Global South?

Phillips and Smith’s attempt to refresh (rural) gentrification theory is successful as they provide a prolific set of epistemological comparative threads and substantiate this position via analysis[...]

Autor(es): Ernesto López
Documento
2016
Revista Académica  - Latin American Perspectives
A New Poblador Is Being Born: Housing Struggles in a Gentrified Area of Santiago

Desde principios de los noventa, los gobiernos democráticos chilenos que siguieron a la dictadura de Augusto Pinochet han intentado proveer vivienda social subsidiada a las clases populares. Sin embargo,[...]

Documento
2016
Revista Académica  - Research in Political Economy
A Multidimensional Approach to Urban Entrepreneurialism, Financialization, and Gentrification in the High-Rise Residential Market of Inner Santiago, Chile

(Disponible solo en inglés:) In 1975, private and social housing production in Chile started to become increasingly privatized, in parallel with capital switching into the secondary circuit due to[...]

Autor(es): Ernesto López
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