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Fausto Bolom-Ton
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en: The Magical Towns Program (Programa Pueblos Mágicos / ppm) was launched in 2001 in otherwi- se marginalized cities in order to incorporate them to global tourism markets. Amidst neoliberal multiculturalism consolidation, this program has had varying effects among indigenous people. This article, which reviews the case of San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, analyzes the program using participant observation and semi-structured interviews. Drawing upon the concept of urban governmentality —a government project aimed at producing a particular social and spatial order— it argues the ppm recognizes local indigenous people inasmuch as they can be turned into docile subjects and that it produces urban spaces that reinforce social inequality.>>>
Sandra Cañas Cuevas
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en: This article analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the Program to Support Women’s Organizations in the States (Programa de Apoyo a las Instancias de Mujeres de las Entidades Federativas /PAIMEF), in Chiapas. It focuses on some of the issues faced by this care program for women victims of violence, which negatively affect the quality of its services, i.e., the weak institutional bond between PAIMEF and the authorities, or the role played by the Peace and Conciliation Courts and the fact that the professionals collaborating in the units located in indigenous municipalities lack knowledge of native languages. Despite this, users perceive and value symbolic gains such as the accompaniment of professionals, as well as the achievement of solutions to some of their demands.>>>
Inés Castro Apreza
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en: This article analyzes the social and economic transformations that took place in the region of Tonalá, Chiapas during the twentieth century associated with the presence of the railway. It reviews the significance of this means of land transportation, the impact of which on the Tonalá region kept decreasing throughout the twentieth century due to changes in various aspects of social, political and economic life in Chiapas State.>>>
Valente Molina Pérez
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en: From the perspective of environmental history, based on a thorough and complementary re- view of the existing literature as well as oral history, this article offers a historical review of the different land-uses in Eastern Yucatán State throughout 100 years. The purpose of this review is to identify and describe the different economic and social events that have transformed the region, thus affecting the economy of local communities. It describes the productive activities that have exploited the region’s natural resources (wood, gum, and salt), as well as those productive activities that have introduced alien flora and fauna species with the corresponding negative impact on the land (cattle-raising and the cultivation of pasture). It also includes social factors such as interstate migration, which have influenced the way surroundings have been managed.>>>
Miguel Ángel Pinkus Rendón
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en: This article analyzes what aging people think about the climate changes taking place in their region based on their religious beliefs, life styles and social interaction. The research questions are: How do inhabitants process the fears and insecurities caused by climate variations? How do they create an atmosphere of safety and a perspective regarding the future? The analysis details four positions: the evolutionist, the nostalgic, the conservative and the resilient perspectives that give rise to the decisions, actions and ways of constructing, narrating and giving meaning to people’s relationship with their environment.>>>
Felipe Roboam
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en: This article demonstrates the perception that elderly people have regarding the care they receive in different healthcare institutions in Durango City. A qualitative methodology and open interviews were used for this data collection. After an intentional sampling, some participants were interviewed when leaving the healthcare institutions and others in their own homes. Results demonstrated that on average half of the participants held a negative opinion. This negative perception revolves around the inappropriate treatment provided by doctors, as well as lengthy waiting periods and lack of medication.>>>
María Concepción Arroyo Rueda
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Liliana Vázquez García
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en: This article aims to demonstrate whether the public policies in effect in the Estado de México regarding the aging population do respond to the needs perceived by this sector of individuals. It is based on ethnographic work conducted in 12 municipalities, highlighting the way in which people aged over 60 perceive the effectiveness and relevance of social programs that carry out economic or in-kind support, how this impacts their everyday life and whether or not this contributes to their stability. It also reflects their «desires» or needs and their criticisms regarding the way in which this support is allocated.>>>
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Pablo Jasso Salas
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en: This article is an inquiry into how vulnerable youth have been governed fr om the perspective of the youth employment policy discourse in Chile. The analysis of this discourse was drawn from public documents drafted between 2008 and 2015. Four streams of ideas were identified in the Chilean youth employment policy: a ) the equity-inequity discourse; b) the human capital discourse; c ) vulne- rable youth; and d ) productive youth. From the standpoint of an analysis based on a governmentality approach, this article discusses the policy elements that prescribe forms of «conduct» for vulnerable youth and their inclusion into the labor market.>>>
Guillermo Rivera-Aguilera
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Federico Morales Barragán
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