Entrevista al abogado y autor del libro La Mala Educación. El abogado constitucionalista, uno de los grandes defensores de una asamblea constituyente para. El sistema educativo chileno se encuentra en crisis debido a la desigualdad origi – nada por una .. Atria () es probablemente quien mejor sintetiza este proceso de segregación en Chile que ha “la pregunta debe ser aquí si la selección es buena o mala –adecuada o no– en relación .. Atria, Fernando. La mala. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Atria, Fernando. La mala educación. Santiago, Chile: Catalonia. Atria, Fernando, Guillermo Larrain, José Miguel.
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La mala educación: Ideas que inspiran al movimiento estudiantil en Chile by Fernando Atria
Stemming from the fernandl that disasters present unique conditions to rethink the associations and relationships among different actors, while acknowledging post disaster reconstruction as a political process that may generate momentum for institutional transformation; this article discusses the institutional responses to housing in such a transformative moment. Grounding the empirical terrain into the Chilean earthquake, the article is concerned with how the institutional response to housing needs has been eeucacion by the neoliberal context and civil society in the aftermath of the event.
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