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Author: Coca Pérez, Agustín
Río Sánchez, Ángel del
Talego Vázquez, Félix
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Antropología Social
Date: 2014
Published in: Revista Andaluza de Antropología, 6, 120-142
Document type: Article
Abstract: Pretendemos analizar el ciclo de movilizaciones habidas en España y conocidas como movilizaciones del 15-M o de los indignados, en el marco de la tensión que subyace en ellas, según pretendemos mostrar, entre el sustrato obrerista y el sustrato repu...
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In this article we aim to analyse the mobilisations which took place in Spain thar were known as the M-15 mobilisations or the indignados (indignants), in the frame of the tension between both the workerist and the republicanista (citizenist) backgrounds. Workerist ideologies were undoubtedly dominant in the protest expressions and reclaims about the public space until the 1960s, conditioning even the protests which were not stricktly related to the working class. Ecopacifism-feminism has been breaking through since then and is influencing the protest meanings and public manifestations with other vectors. Workerism and ecopacifism-feminism are essentially different thinking paradigms, although they use to appear mixed in organisations and movements. We illustrate this in the ambit of symbolic actions in the public space. We have limited our study to the period between the general strikes of September 29, 2010 and March 29, 2012, both convoked by trade unions against Labour Law Reforms.
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