Movimientos sociales y democracia: una reflexión a propósito del caso colombiano

This paper is an approach to the role of social movements in democratic societies and reflects on Colombian society. Though the social movements are not inherently democratic, they contribute to the democratization of the society and the political system, even if you assume minimalist definitions of... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Cruz Rodríguez, Edwin
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Libre 2012
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Laburpena: This paper is an approach to the role of social movements in democratic societies and reflects on Colombian society. Though the social movements are not inherently democratic, they contribute to the democratization of the society and the political system, even if you assume minimalist definitions of democracy and even if they represent a minority or their demands are undemocratic. To develop this thesis, first, examines the struggle over the meaning of democracy exemplified in the student protests of 2011 year. Next, investigate the relationship between democracy and social movements from the concept of social movement. Then, it analyzes the relationship between democracy, governance and social movements. Finally, it examines some of the ways that movements can contribute to democracy and democratization from examples of Colombian political history