Revista Internacional de Sociología, Vol 74, No 4 (2016)

Movimientos sociales y efectos interrelacionados: El proceso de cambio social en las vidas post-movimiento de los voluntarios del IRA Provisional


https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2016.74.4.047

Lorenzo Bosi
Scuola Normale Superiore, Italia

Resumen


Este artículo sistematiza una perspectiva de investigación que evalúa cómo los diferentes tipos de resultados de los movimientos sociales se influyen mutuamente en el tiempo. Esto debería ofrecer una perspectiva diferente sobre las consecuencias de los movimientos sociales, cambiando el foco de atención desde los resultados individuales a procesos de cambio social generados a partir de la interacción entre diferentes tipos de efectos. La variedad de formas en las que los resultados de los movimientos se influyen potencialmente entre sí en el corto plazo, o durante un período prolongado de tiempo, se dividen en seis procesos hipotéticos. Empíricamente, a través de un enfoque centrado en los procesos, este artículo investiga cómo las respuestas políticas ofrecidas del Estado británico a la movilización disruptiva de la comunidad católica de Irlanda del Norte y la lucha armada del PIRA han dado forma a la vida post-movimiento de los voluntarios del PIRA.

Palabras clave


Cambio a Largo Plazo; Contienda Política; Irlanda; Resultados de Movimientos Sociales

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