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POLITICAL SUBJETIVITY PROCESSES INTO YOUTH COLLECTIVE ACTION
Authors: Macarena Del Valle Roldán , María del Rocío Alonso & Paola Daniela Farías-Iten
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This article explores the different political subjetivation processes into a specific collective action. This study is framed in a research process that has taken place during 2014-2015, in the city of Cordoba, in Argentina, in a youth protest called “Marcha de la Gorra”. To explore those subjectivation processes, it’s resumed the Deleuze’s Dispositive concept, understanding the Marcha as a resistance action to the security politics from the Cordoba’s state. In this way, the
marchers’s corporality is constituted in an ineludible reference to contemplate those modes of subjetivation. Attending at the problem’s construction, is taken a qualitative approach, which it based on ethnographic records, using different techniques as participative observation, researcher’s experiential records, conversations during the march, virtual ethnography
about the event’s news and open interviews. This way, it is pretend to contribute with some reading keys that
helped the reflections about political subjetivation processes in youth.