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Resistance to integration. The transformations of the Association Madres de Plaza de Mayo into the Kirchner era

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Science, Political
Government
Politics
Political science
Political theory
Administration
Commonwealth, The
Civil government
Political thought
Self-government
Democracy
Communication
Mass communication
Communication, Primitive
Diplomatics
Documents
Newspapers
Periodicals
Journals (Periodicals)
Magazines
Diaries
Journals (Diaries)

Abstract

From the presidency of Nestror Kirchner some bodies of the Argentinian human rights movement progressively decided to accompany state policies and, in some cases, to join government structures. These include the Association Madres de Plaza de Mayo in Argentina, which has historically been confronting the state and the various governments, following the return of democracy in 1983. This work analyses some aspects of the changes in the strategies, collective action frameworks and key interpretations about the state and the policy that this partnership develops during the period 2003-2010, with the aim of understanding the factors behind the passage of a dominant strategy of confrontation against a state integration strategy by this organisation, perhaps the most emblematic of the Argentinian human rights movement. Primary sources of information are used to produce them, especially speeches and documents from the organisation selected from the huge amount of material produced by the Association Madres de Plaza de Mayo, and secondary sources such as Argentinian newspapers and magazines of national circulation.

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