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자료

The Role of Culture in the Construction of Democracy: A Reflection on Cultural Democracy From Haiti
출판지역 | 출판년도 | 페이지: 
Buenos Aires | 2015 | 54 p.
저자: 
Wooldy Edson Louidor
단체 저자: 
Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO)
지역: 
라틴 아메리카 및 카리브해 지역
© Wooldy Edson Louidor, Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO) 2015

This research studies the relationship between culture and democracy, from the analysis of the case study of the Sanba cultural movement in the late seventies in Haiti, from the biographical analysis of its initiator, the musician Sanba Zao, and from the analysis of the content of its songs. From the deconstruction of the univocal, unilateral and unilinear criterion of modernity used by the main theories of social movements, it proposes a paradigmatic transition towards the perspective of ambivalence increasingly used in the social sciences. From there, he revisits the theories of democracy and, based on a theoretical matrix of ambivalent democracy, explains the recent history of Haiti since the 20th century and the multiple faces of the ambivalence of democracy in the Caribbean country in the last four years. decades. Based on the analysis of the information collected, the research traces a new definition of culture from Sanba Zao's call to return to the roots and to the revaluation of Haitian tradition and identity.

 

자료 타입: 
사례연구 및 연구논문
학술지 논문 / 정기간행물
주제: 
시민 / 시민성 / 민주주의
문화이해 / 문화간 교육 / 다문화
교육 분야: 
비형식교육

키워드

Democracy; Culture; Identity; Tradition