POLITICS, SPACE, IDENTITY: QUESTION OF HETEROTOPY AND SOCIAL SPACIALIZATION / SPACIAL SOCIALIZATION
Keywords:heterotopia, utopia, space, social spacijalization, spacial socialization, identity
This article analyzes the importance of the concepts of heterotopia and social spatialization/spatial socialization for understanding heterogeneous political strategies/discourses of power. In this respect, heterotopies are important because thay, unlike utopia, establish parallel realities with essential political implications. while social spatialization/spatial socialization, not only represents a spatial/territorial requirement of integration into some social entity, but also in that process implies the adoption of a narrative of common traditions.
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