Un corps qui émancipe : pratiques et représentations du corps dans les quartiers populaires vénézuéliens

Abstract : This paper analyzes different kinds of popular politicization in today Venezuela. It is based on an ethnographic study made after the introduction of participatory devices. I will show how the use of the body can lead to a political subjectivity, when popular inhabitants use it to undo negative representations or in a protest way. The results of this ethnographic study show that the body has a great importance when we question how subalterns access to policy. Further, this brings up questions about the relevance (the good or bad uses) of the concepts of emancipation and populism in sociology.
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Federico Tarragoni. Un corps qui émancipe : pratiques et représentations du corps dans les quartiers populaires vénézuéliens. Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale ED 382, Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2014, pp.69-95. ⟨hal-01158305⟩

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