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Título : Us or them? Social Representations and imaginaries of the Other in Venezuela
Autor : Lozada Santelis, Mireya J.
Palabras clave : social polarisation, controversial representations, imaginaries of the Other, Bolivarian Revolution, Venezuela
Fecha de publicación : 2014
Editorial : Papers on Social Representations
Citación : Lozada, M. (2014). Us or them? Social Representations and imaginaries of the Other in Venezuela. Papers on Social Representations, 23. 21.1-21.16
Resumen : Polarisation, which seems to have established itself and spread worldwide as a mechanism for power and social control, has become more acute in Latin America, a region of long standing socioeconomic and political conflicts. In Venezuela, in the context of the “Bolivarian revolution”, although political confrontation has encouraged social participation processes, it has also led to an acute social polarization and to controversial representations held in the imaginary of the enemy-Other, which generate rivalries and struggles between opposing groups, in a climate of emotional exacerbation, mistrust and collective fear. In this context, marked by polarisation and intergroup violence, there is a progressive fracture of symbolic practices, which hinders consensus, generating antagonistic relationships in a permanent struggle for positions of real or symbolic power. From the experience of research developed during the 2002-2013 period at the Universidad Central of Venezuela, and the experience derived from programs of mediation and psychosocial attention developed with different political groups, some lines of problematisation arise that I will set forth here. The article deals with the triad: polarisation, representation and social imaginaries, focusing on the controversial representations that emerge in a context marked by sociopolitical conflict...
ISSN : 1021-5573
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