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Gobernanza, ciudadanía y democracia. El desafío latinoamericano


  • Vitarelli, Marcelo Fabián


This paper presents the complex picture of situation that is constructed in Latin America from the last decades of last XXth century with the heyday and support of the new democracies that make his political platforms coincide with recognized for the financial global emergent markets. This way review spends to itself to the component social-political of behavior of the local governments and his measurements of force that draw geopolitical situations of opposing identities. Secondly one alludes to the capacity of governability tied to the behavior of the economy as key factor of the local and/or regional development, finally to raise the gobernanza in the center of the change of a civil commitment where the Latin-American State must take up office and learn to be employed as actor at the intergame of actions of the society. The above mentioned appears as the challenge to expire in the political life of our continent and the base for one restated of the role of the subject and the values that are adopted.

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  • Vitarelli, Marcelo Fabián, 2008. "Gobernanza, ciudadanía y democracia. El desafío latinoamericano," Entelequia. Revista Interdisciplinar, Entelequia y Grupo (Universidad de Málaga), issue 8, pages 29-38, Fall.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:ancoec:y:2008:i:8:p:29-38

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    Governance; democracy; citizenship; values; Latin America;


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