Durán, Ferman, G. G.

Paginas: 89-114
Año: 2011
Volumen: 12
Lugar: Artículos y Ensayos de Sociología Rural
Abstract: This article offers an interpretation of neocorporatist theory applied to the Mexican political system that prevailed in the rural social sector from 1940 to 2000. It analyzes aspects such as the rise to power by strongmen (caciques) in the ejidos (the communities that were beneficiaries of land reform); peasant representation in the social sector exercised by the agrarian organizations of the National Peasant Confederation (Confederación Nacional Campesina or CNC) and the economic peasant organizations that appeared in the 1970s and 1980s; and the relationship between representation, patrimonialism and clientelism. It offers a definition of “statecorporatist social relations” that developed during the era of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (Partido Revolucionario Institucional or PRI) in power. Finally the paper offers some analytical guidelines about the transformation of the corporatist system in the democratic period that started in 2000.

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