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But that is not the case in Mexico, at least for now. Thus, the social action undertaken by the relatives of victims in cities such as Tijuana is also driving institutions to transform their skills and respond more efficiently to the new realities. The construction of community mourning is analyzed in the margins of social structure liminalityand the process by which it provides new frameworks to interpret and make sense of disappearances in the War on Drugs.

It is a category that identifies the missing as the disappeared, as victims, as a result of conflict and as social subjects. The recent case of gsorges missing in Tijuana has its own characteristics. The case of Tijuana is in itself a challenge to the discourse that marginalizes the corporeality of the absent persons and assumes as an excuse for inaction.

It is therefore an antistructural, undifferentiated, egalitarian and non-rational although not irrational bond shared by a group of individuals who share the same experience of the liminal.

Cookies come in two flavours – persistent and transient. The symbolic act of burial is at once individual and collective. Like Fernando, other relatives of missing persons in Tijuana have found the public sphere to be a refuge for surviving the experience of disappearance, which profoundly affected their lives.

Georges Balandier El desorden: la teorĂ­a del caos – De re anthropologica

Each human society is committed to the company, never finished, to build a world with meaning. Many of the missing were “taken” from their homes or public places by armed commandos. The case of Tijuana in particular is compounded by the existence of el Pozolerowho has become a reference point for the struggle and ways to handle the grief of those affected by the disappearance of their relatives.

In order to shed light on this process, this article begins with a theoretical examination of the concepts of liminality and communitas of Victor Turner in a dialogue with the proposals of social science to understand the social dimension of mourning. Sontag, Susan,Ante el dolor de los otrosSpain, Santillana.


Trabajo psicosocial en procesos de exhumacionesSpain, Gedisa. The ancient peoples believed that the forces of chaos and order were part of an desofden tension, a precarious harmony. Although there were substantial differences between the cases, they were neutralized in the effort to build a common narrative that identifies the drama as a shared situation. Argentina, Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Laborales, vol.

The third issue is the georgess presence of the missing person as a means of communicating and re-establishing their position in the world of the desodden. In this respect, the finding served as proof of the violence and as a testimonial of an excluded memory, as Lourdes declared in a statement she offered the media during the episode: The case described in this paper shows how the loss of a loved one triggers different practices and symbolic resources at the intrapersonal and relational level.

Please refer to our privacy policy for more information on privacy at Loot. But it was not until that the families of victims became visible as a group when they began to demonstrate in a sit-in in front of the palace of the State Government of Baja California.

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This principle tells us that at every moment, the universe that surrounds us becomes more disordered, deteriorates and takes an inexorable direction towards chaos. In this context, the practices developed by the relatives of missing persons on el Pozolero’s land have a symbolic importance that should be valued because they give the bereaved an opportunity to do something for the absent: Since liminality is the “realm of pure possibility” Turner,the search for bodies is bqlandier as a suitable field for the construction of narratives and meanings to fill that void.

The ambiguous situation of disappearance and the loneliness of the bereaved is compounded by the iconic and symbolic force of the violence balanndier with the War on Drugs, which focuses on the body and whose bloodthirsty nature creates a framework of terror around the imaginaries of death and disappearance.

The liminal period, for its part, is a state of ambiguity characterized by the inability to be socially defined.


Chaos theory The theory of chaos is the popular name of the branch of mathematics, physics and other sciences biology, meteorology, economics, among others that deals with certain types of complex systems balanduer dynamic systems very sensitive to variations in initial conditions. The following section presents an event that demonstrates the theoretical assumptions put forward above.

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They were not all criminals, they are the criminals. That is why many of the recent practices deskrden discourses associated with disappearance regard the War on Drugs as a narrative source that provides a social space for reflecting on the absence of missing persons.

Balandier, Georges,El desorden. The collective response to the liminality of disappearance contains a challenge to individualism and oblivion, since it places in the public sphere that which had been intended for privacy, which modernity had removed from the public sphere: If you have persistent cookies enabled as well, then we will be able to remember you across browser restarts and computer reboots. It subsequently proposes an analysis of the collective practices carried out on the lands of el Pozolero as processes that contribute to the construction of a new category by which to lend meaning to the recent disappearances in Tijuana and Mexico.

Balandier states that it is necessary for the dead person to be treated in the prescribed manner so that he does not become an agent of disorder wandering among the living but rather a beneficial power who acts on their behalf. If the authorities are unable to do anything, let us do it Functionalist and structuralist perspectives of anthropology, balwndier in the early 20th century, were particularly interested in the value of the ritual accompaniment of death as a means of classifying the status and importance of the absent subject, as well as bzlandier respective functions and attributions of the bereaved.