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La cultura política y la formación en ciudadanía

The political culture and the formation in citizenship
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Aristizabal, Walter

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Abstract The political culture has become in the last fifty years (half of the twentieth century), in a paradigmatic way, which has been developed from theoretical orientations installed in Western societies, especially in countries viewed as "developed" and "industrial ". Is the product of an academic stream of origin in the U.S. and European Political Science (North), who understood a way to the masses conducted population (mainly) urban areas, to understand, assist and obey the commands of a political system and of managers of public bodies, by a sort of instructions that lead the individual to a type of action in the direction favorable to those interests defined as correct for the society of capital. In large part, those guidelines, would be adjusted to what the makers of societies would define as what to do under the law, while the law is treated as justice - the just.
Keywords political culture; colonialism; neocolonialism; hegemony; dominance
Classification Political Process, Elections, Political Sociology, Political Culture
Document language Spanish
Publication Year 2010
Page/Pages p. 122-128
Journal Revista Kavilando, 2 (2010) 2
ISSN 2027-2391
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial