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¿Una sociología simétrica de la deuda?

“Desde una mirada algo estereotipada, la sociología a veces tiende a analizar la financiarización como una especie de desocialización, individualización o mercantilización, o colonización de lo social. 522 palabras más

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Making news of value: exploiting dissonances in economic journalism

Making news of value: exploiting dissonances in economic journalism

Tomás Undurraga

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This article explores the multiple modes of valuation that pervade newsmaking in economic journalism. 234 palabras más

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Sociology outside the United States: Sociology in Argentina

   

Sociology outside the United States

Sociology in Argentina

Claudio E. Benzecry

Mariana Heredia

“In a couple of recent review essays in the American Journal of Sociology, Andrew Abbott adopts the nom de plume “Barbara Celarent” to discuss two books first published in Argentina, one from the nineteenth century, Domingo Sarmiento’s Facundo, and a second one from the late 1970s, Gino Germani’s Authoritarianism, Fascism, and National Populism. 241 palabras más

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Positive psychology’s promise of happiness: A new form of human capital in contemporary neoliberal governmentality

Positive psychology’s promise of happiness: A new form of human capital in contemporary neoliberal governmentality

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The article seeks to contribute to governmentality studies by looking anew at the subjectivities posited by neoliberalism and especially by positive psychology. 150 palabras más

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The Elective Affinity between Elite Journalists and Mainstream Economists in Brazil

The Elective Affinity between Elite Journalists and Mainstream Economists in Brazil

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This article explores the ties between elite economic journalists and mainstream economists in Brazil. 224 palabras más

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Knowledge-production in journalism: Translation, mediation and authorship in Brazil

“Knowledge-production in journalism: Translation, mediation and authorship in Brazil”

Tomás Undurraga

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Based on a multi-site ethnography of two influential newspapers in Brazil, this article examines how Brazilian journalists mediate knowledge claims made by experts, policy makers and the lay public. 245 palabras más

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Sourcing newness: ways of inducing indeterminacy

“Sourcing newness: ways of inducing indeterminacy”

Michael Hutter & Ignacio Farías

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This paper engages with the question of the new as the first stage in what may, at a later time, turn into an innovation. 163 palabras más

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