Cuadernos de la Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy
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CIEZA, Fernanda. The other like adversary. Cuad. Fac. Humanid. Cienc. Soc., Univ. Nac. Jujuy [online]. 2010, n.38, pp. 99-108. ISSN 1668-8104.
Within the framework of the investigation "Violence: scenes and processes of identification" this communication shows to the advances in the boundary of the concept violence and on the meaning of the Other. Other equal, but as well opposing one, that with which they are identified but from adversity. A support luck search but to divide the differentiation extreme. Understanding that problematic the youthful one faces to us all crudity the problematic present historical partner in all its expression. To investigate on subjective causes, characteristics, motivations and categories that reflect with greater objectivity to what we talked about when we spoke of violence, but framed in a concrete context: the school and in a determined group: the young people dialectic between the being and thinking, allow to conceive a type of analysis instrument where she does not reach with investigating on the representations, that although necessary do not allow the problematic total visualization of specific of the violence between pairs. The objective is to include/understand as they are the mechanisms that allow her that the social violence takes place and reproduces, through the incorporation of tie models, to approach the contradiction that marks the definition of this like a negative phenomenon and as well the existence of social processes that generate models of identification with the violence. To dive on the different modalities you will tie and of communication that processes of identification with violent models favor, it will allow us to conclude provisory if at the moment the young people identify themselves positively with these models and what function would have for the reproduction of the system or its questioning.
Keywords : Violence; Identity; Relationship; Youth.