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Cuadernos de antropología social

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MONTESINOS, María Paula  y  SINISI, Liliana. In between exclusion and rescue: An anthropologic study about the implementation of programs socio-educative. Cuad. antropol. soc. [online]. 2009, n.29, pp. 43-60. ISSN 1850-275X.

In this paper we analyse how social regulations, implicated in public and educative polices, use the idea of educative inclusion from a psychologism point of view of poverty while are mentioned structural and "objective" causes. Our research and fieldwork on the "Programa Todos a Estudiar" shows, in one hand, how the exclusion effects related to the low self esteem grows/rise in teenagers that had abandoned their studies and in the other hand, a quasi-missionary praxis related to the use of categories such as rescue, recuperation , etc. to mention the socio-educative intervention that different persons involved in the implementation of the Programme does. We assure, as a hypothesis on this paper, that what this individuals persons "does" and "says" produce a contradictory paradox: it is assumed that the school is the best -and unique- place for those teenagers and, at the same time, those educative institutions are considered as the central producers of the processes that promote the social exclusion.

Palabras clave : Policies; Poverty; School; Young; Inclusion [Exclusion].

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