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  1. Notes on the representative and participatory innovation of Podemos

    Ramos Pérez, Alfredo
    Since its earliest public appearances, Podemos has claimed the development of participatory processes as one of its distinguishing marks, as well as the creation of new forms of representation. This paper pays attention to some of the innovations, which have been introduced in these areas, and establishes some key elements for future analysis.

  2. Going beyond the "inside-outside" dilemma?

    Subirats Humet, Joan
    This article addresses a classic dilemma of social movements: whether to "enter" political institutions in order to gain a position of power and change reality in the desired direction, or just stay "outside". In Spain today, after more than seven years of crisis, and with a clear understanding of what “a change of era” means, the emergence of other political parties raises this issue from new points of view.  It is not a question of substituting the elite, worn out as a result of their collusion with economic powers and corruption, with a new one that will regenerate the same...

  3. Podemos as event or not: what it looks like from Manchester

    Parker, Ian
    This paper explores Podemos by way of the notion of ‘event’ as theorised by Alain Badiou, and addresses two questions that bear on the nature of Podemos as an ‘anti-political’ phenomenon. The first, the relation between academic discourse and political events, makes the point that both Badiou and the Complutense group around Iglesias intervened in the real world, and successfully so, from within the university, from within an academic frame. The second question, which concerns how we relate to events that have not happened, makes the point that the fate of Podemos today is intimately bound up with the outcome...

  4. Red spice: Podemos as the season’s television revelation

    Avizanda Pérez, María
    “Red spice: Podemos as the season’s television revelation” is a reflection on Podemos, television channels and the symbiotic relationship they have built up between them. From the popularization of Pablo Iglesias up to what today the party considers a media campaign of discredit. ThePodemos effect has transformed television “roastings” into a sort of political reality show that boosts audience figures, but has unpredictable consequences for the project.

  5. Podemos, from invisibility to overexposure

    Sampedro, Victor
    The communicative success of Podemos is an example of how to apply the ideological hegemony theories that  its academic leaders have researched. The media strategy of Podemos consists of a sequential and symbiotic combination of self-controlled audiovisual production, viralization through digital networks, and visibility in conventional media and formats, such as TV talk-shows. Its limitations show just how important the political economy of conventional media actually is: They still keep an overwhelming audience majority and are decisive  in any hegemonic dispute.  In a short period of time, this new political party has gone from insivibility to a negative over- exposure.

  6. A techno-political look at the first year of Podemos. Six Hypotheses

    Toret Medina, Javier
    The eruption of Podemos in 2014 has radically transformed the Spanish political scene. Its impact can be framed in a context of economic crisis, increasing intolerance towards corruption and a changing cultural landscape after the effects of the 15M network-movement. In this essay we highlight some aspects of Podemos in relation to its 15M and Latin-American ADN, such as its strategic occupation of mass media and digital social networks. We look at Podemos exponential growth by focusing on less visible but key elements of its political and communicative emergence.

  7. Podemos and the politics of technology

    Galdón Clavell, Gemma
    Podemos has made a notable impact by introducing new technological tools into politics. Although Podemos has not been the first or sole actor to try out most of the software that has become widespread and normal over recent months, the quantitative leap in participation levels and size of their user communities also has qualitative effect: new technologies are no longer the 'modern' mask of old structures, but part of the scaffolding for the new. Without streaming, La Tuerka would never have been possible. Without social networks, a community would not have developed around Pablo Iglesias’ appearances on television. Without Appgree...

  8. The deliberative muscle of the democratic algorithm: Podemos and citizenship participation

    Ardanuy Pizarro, Miguel; Labuske, Eric
    In this interview, Miguel Ardanuy (1991) and Eric Labuske (1988) address their political careers, based on a cycle of mobilization and technopolitical learning in Madrid, which nurtures the Podemos Effect. The media, organizational and electoral challenge pushed them to devising a new use for social media and new IT tools. We will be discussing the dynamics of the online/offline participation  processes and public debate between traditional activists and the new hacktivists.

  9. New forms of political culture: an anomalous turnaround of social networks

    Fernández Rubiño, Eduardo
    In this interview with Eduardo Fernández we analyze the progressive use of social networks in Madrid, which became a mass phenomenon with the 15M Movement and has turned out to be a constituent part of Podemos’ media success. A sharp increase in numbers of followers and activity can be observed, along with the importance of social networks in both the creation of an organizational structure and the coordination with territorial Circles. Eduardo Fernández shows a high level of creativity in his management of social media, going beyond the usual corporate-stylecommunity management.

  10. Constructing a popular subject

    Errejón Galván, Iñigo
    In this interview, Iñigo Errejón describes his intense political career, which starts in an anti- Franco family of political activists, followed by his experience  of the decade of progressive governments in Latin America whilst observing Spanish politics from afar. This is a conversation with the young political scientist who set out the Podemos Hypothesis and has become the Political Secretary of the new party that promises to put an end to the two-party system in Spain in 2015.

  11. Neither money nor identities: social capital. Key elements for social transformation

    Bescansa Hernández, Carolina
    In this interview Carolina Bescansa (1973) gives us a glimpse of her intellectual and political biography, which has witnessed two cycles of mobilization, and has analyzed them both as a student and a Political Science Lecturer (UCM). By retracting  the origins of Podemos’ founding group, she provides essential elements for a critical analysis of our recent historical dynamic as well as the pursuit  of an ambitious transformational project of great  political importance based on social capital.

  12. Análisis jurídico-político de la Iniciativa Ciudadana Europea en el contexto de un equilibrio institucional complejo: posibles efectos dinamizadores de la democracia a partir de la introducción de la iniciativa ciudadana en la Unión Europea

    Báez Lechuga, Isabel
    En el marco de una aparente creciente demanda en favor de una mayor transparencia y participación en la esfera política, se impone en la agenda europea un instrumento de democracia directa destinado a solventar ese déficit democrático a nivel europeo. De ahí la introducción de la Iniciativa Ciudadana Europea (ICE). El objetivo de este estudio es comprobar hasta qué punto la ICE puede dar respuesta a las demandas democratizadores de los ciudadanos y, en consecuencia, hasta qué punto esto puede alterar el equilibrio institucional de la UE. La hipótesis de este estudio es que, contrariamente a lo que se ha...

  13. Política de investigación en Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades: ¿es posible?, ¿qué tiene de específico?

    Vaccarezza, Leonardo Silvio
    ¿Por qué planteamos la necesidad de tener en cuenta una especificidad de la política de investigación en ciencias sociales y humanidades? Quisiera en esta presentación hacer referencia a los problemas de la llamada especificidad de las Ciencias Sociales, lo cual es totalmente conocido y transitado en el campo. Simplemente me parece que hay que volver a discutir sobre ellos para pensar en alguna especificidad de la política de investigación en Ciencias Sociales y Humanas. (Párrafo extraído del texto a modo de resumen)

  14. El cine y las transiciones a la democracia: algunas reflexiones en base al caso español

    Porras, Jaime
    Desde hace ya varias décadas, la ciencia política ha seguido con detalle los mecanismos y las formas en que una sociedad transita de un régimen político a otro en un periodo de tiempo determinado. Dicho interés ha sido considerablemente mayor en cuanto al estudio de las transiciones hacia la democracia.

  15. Colaboração interfederativa, política educacional e desigualdade no Brasil: um estudo de caso sobre a implementação do pacto nacional pela alfabetização na idade certa

    Cardoso, Beatriz; Stella, Paula; Santos, Alexsandro do Nascimento; Piedra, Nicole Paulet
    Esta comunicação oral apresenta resultados de uma pesquisa financiada pela representação da UNESCO no Brasil, no campo da análise de políticas públicas de educação, cujo objetivo foi compreender os processos de proposição, implementação e recontextualização do Pacto Nacional pela Alfabetização na Idade Certa – PNAIC, política de estado brasileira iniciada em 2012 e adotada em praticamente todos municípios do país. Articulando fundamentos teóricos da sociologia política da educação e da ciência política e combinando metodologias qualitativa e quantitativa, o estudo de caso concluiu que o cruzamento entre um pacto federativo com graves indefinições e um tecido social que ainda apresenta...

  16. O Doutoramento em Ciências Militares

    Raleiras, Maurício
    O presente trabalho aborda a problemática do enquadramento e conceptualização das Ciências Militares, apresenta a fundamentação da necessidade de desenvolver o ciclo de estudos conducente ao grau de doutor em Ciências Militares para as Forças Armadas e equaciona as implicações da criação deste ciclo de estudos. No que diz respeito à taxonomia das Ciências Militares, concluiu-se que constituem um ramo autónomo do conhecimento, cujo domínio de aplicação é a área da Segurança e Defesa e que em termos científicos integram a área geral das Ciências Sociais, através da área específica das Ciências Políticas e da sub-área específica dos Estudos de...

  17. Una revisión crítica de los estudios sobre el menemismo

    Fair, Hernán
    El tema de la identidad política del fenómeno conocido como "menemismo" y sus modos de legitimación ha sido analizado en los últimos años por decenas de autores desde las más variadas perspectivas teóricas Dos han sido, sin embargo, los enfoques predominantes dentro del campo de las Ciencias Sociales en general y la Teoría y la Sociología Politica en particular: la llamada teoría del "consenso de fuga hacia adelante" y la teoría del "discurso hobbesiano de superación del caos". El artículo analiza críticamente estas dos perspectivas dominantes. Según sostiene, ambas resultan inadecuadas para dar cuenta del complejo tema de la identidad menemista, al centrarse excesivamente en el aspecto de ordenamientopolítico.

  18. Amazônia Azul

    Aragão, Ricardo
    Em 2004 era empregada, pela primeira vez, a expressão “Amazônia Azul” para designar parte da área marítima no Atlântico Sul sob domínio soberano do Brasil, estabelecida em conformidade com os preceitos da “III Convenção das Nações Unidas sobre o Direito no Mar”. Esta convenção deu origem ao mais importante documento que rege, no âmbito da ordem mundial, a questão dos direitos e deveres relacionados ao mar. A expressão “Amazônia Azul” foi concebida pela Marinha do Brasil, com o propósito inicial de conscientizar a Nação Brasileira sobre a importância que o mar tem para o País sob o ponto de vista geopolítico que abrange,...

  19. Ciencia Política


  20. EL (QUE) HACER DE LAS “CIENCIAS” SOCIALES, EL DESARROLLO Y LAS POLITICAS PÚBLICAS EN COLOMBIA

    Javier Francisco Franco Mongua; Juan Carlos Villalba Cuéllar; Andrés González Serrano

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