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en: This text discerning ballasts and crystallization that occur in the landscape of music research, youth and power. In this context we are interested especially discuss the uses of the concept of hegemony its possibilities and limits in the field of sociological analysis of music. From this we discern some of the challenges esrtán present in this field of study.>>>
en: Native references and academic literature agree to characterize the production and appreciation of dance music as an aesthetic phenomenon aimed at building dance music events characterized by freedom, liberation, expression, social inclusion and tolerance. Raves, clubs, parties and electronic festivals dance are valued for DJs and dancers to be social gatherings constructed from synergy between musical practice and dance practices not choreographed since in these dance floors participants and the technologies involved (lights, music, drugs, digital technologies) are articulated, merge and involve each other. Thus, in these contexts, plural practices and different dance are enabled as effective and communicative hands off instances of the word spoken between musicians and audiences. From an ethnographic description that characterizes the dance floor and problematizes the relationship between spoken word and movement in these social and musical contexts, this paper analyzes and interrogates constructions of meaning around these practices dance patterns absent practices and evaluations choreographic to discuss the modalities of processing the difference, heterogeneity and individuals of this socioaesthetic phenomenon social exclusion.>>>
Guadalupe M. Gallo
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en: This article discusses the intimate performances that display adolescents of the City of Buenos Aires through the social network Facebook. The methodology consists of a mixed ethnography: first, conducting content analysis of thirty in-depth interviews with adolescents of the universe of study and also face-to-face and virtual observations. Among the results, daily performances that publish everyday adolescents are described and the concept multimity (“multimidad”) is proposed to account for the ways in which they build and share their privacy in the digital platform.>>>
en: The objective of this study was to analyze how the Brazilian media treated both male and female athletes in sports mega-events. Methods: 36 photographs published in the newspaper O Globo (The Globe) during 2010 were analyzed. Results and discussion: increase in the visibility of the female face differently from what had been verified by Romero and Pereira (2008); volleyball and track and field had the greatest number of insertions in sports media; the angle from which the photos were taken suggests a change in the media perspective: feminine athletic quality was highlighted, but with evidence of exhibition of a healthy body; the photos of male athletes focused on the plasticity of movement and on the physical qualities; the photos of black female athletes were very few if compared against the photos of white female athletes; women in movement were not photographed if their hair was not well-arranged or if they were sweating, differently from the male athletes. Conclusion: although Brazilian sports media gave more visibility to female athletes, it still failed to acknowledge their athletic performance and physical qualities, making us believe that sports media con - tinues to reproduce gender inequalities.>>>
Erik Giuseppe Barbosa Pereira
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Ana Maria de Freitas Miragaya
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Karen Barsaglini Sampaio Sant’anna
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en: This research characterises social stratification and social mobility in Chile through the probabilities of accessing Higher Education Institutions (HEIS) from 1990 to 2009 conditional on householdís socio-economic and cultural characteristics. The main results show that those with more cultural and financial capital increased more their chances to be enrolled into HEIS in comparison to disadvantaged pupils, suggesting a lower relative social mobility. Specifically, the access to HEIS is more related to income in 2009 than it was in 1990; whereas parental education is more related to enrolment in “traditional universities”. This suggests that lower classes may face not only financial but also cultural restrictions to enrol into the most rewarded institutions. Consequently, in spite of the expansion in higher education, educational inequalities seem to be “effectively maintained”.>>>
Francisco-Javier Cabrera
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en: This article examines the global evolution of the modern family on two theoretical plans: in terms of its globalization/hybridization as well as regarding its answers to certain “existential questions” and how it relates to other social systems. It tries to argue, albeit with quali¿cations, for the idea of a global modernity and to make more complex that of autonomy of social systems. Also when it is not made explicit, these themes are closed related. We can therefore state that there is a tendency towards the development of the family, which changes it, opposed by another, originating in rutine and resistances, that tie it to pre-modern forms. Along the text some empiri- cal examples (India, China, Latin America) aiming at sustaining the proposed conceptual moves.>>>
José Maurício Domingues
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en: This research note’s objective is to discuss the theoretical and empirical relevance of the assortative mating process from the inequality and social stratification scope, as well to introduce the methodological strategy developed to compare the aforemen - tioned process in Mexico City and Buenos Aires, which constitutes my doctoral re- search project. This note is organized in three sections. In the first one, we would dis- cuss the theoretical approach that sustains this work. Later, we would introduce the results of previous research conducted in Latin America. Finally, we underline the main issues in our research program.>>>
Santiago Andrés Rodríguez
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Kristina Pirker
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Lukasz Czarnecki
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