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Paulo Henrique Martins

A Proposal for a South-South Agenda

by Alberto L. Bialakowsky, Paulo Henrique Martins and Alicia I. Palermo

Global Express

Our interest is to address the following question: Can sociology constitute itself as a global phenomenon without considering the diversity of social and cultural contexts and without contributing to the formation of activist intellectuals and mediation networks that make the link between the global and the local? Globalization is not only an economic, financial or technological phenomenon but, perhaps above all, an intellectual process expanded...

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Latin America – A Community of Destiny?

by Paulo Henrique Martins

Globalization is creating new spaces of knowledge production that are changing the traditional intellectual division of labor dominated by Europe as the privileged center for thinking about modernity. For some authors, such as Arjun Appadurai, the “Third World” no longer functions as a data mill for the “North,” and, as a result, the “North” has lost its hegemony as the producer of ideas for the “South.” In...

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