El modelo de coaliciones promotoras:

puente para la integración del enfoque de políticas públicas y la sociología de los movimientos sociales

  • Juan Roberto Joel Flores-Mariscal Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Palabras clave: políticas públicas, movimientos sociales, modelo de coaliciones promotoras

Resumen

El objetivo del artículo es argumentar la utilidad del modelo de coaliciones promotoras para articular la integración de la corriente de políticas públicas con la sociología de los movimientos sociales. A partir de una revisión de la literatura se analizan las premisas teóricas de los tres modelos y se llega a la conclusión de que dicha integración es posible ya que coinciden en tener como objeto el análisis de agendas y procesos de cambio político, además de que han incorporado desde su formación referentes teóricos compartidos con la sociología política y premisas sobre el proceso político, asimismo compartidas con la sociología de los movimientos sociales.

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2021-06-26
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Flores-Mariscal, J. (2021). El modelo de coaliciones promotoras:. Revista Mexicana De Estudios De Los Movimientos Sociales, 5(2), 53-79. Recuperado a partir de https://www.revistamovimientos.mx/ojs/index.php/movimientos/article/view/234