Youth Academic Production: A Latin American Perspective

presenter: Gabriela Marzonetto, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
published: March 14, 2010,   recorded: February 2009,   views: 102
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When we speak of youth participation in politics, one tends to imagine activism within diverse types of organizations, associations or movements. Political participation is in fact a complex phenomenon which takes many forms. Amongst these types of manifestations, questioning, researching and writing is a way of being active in political spheres. Thus, the academic production of political science students is a topic worth reflecting upon. As the Latin American representative of Politikon (IAPSS’s academic journal), I have noted at times a certain lack of interest for producing academic material. In this presentation I will engage in questioning why and how academic production in our discipline is important. Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.

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Comment1 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION (IPSA), March 4, 2010 at 4:43 p.m.:

Youth Academic Production: A Latin American Perspective

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When we speak of youth participation in politics, one tends to imagine activism within diverse types of organizations, associations or movements. Political participation is in fact a complex phenomenon which takes many forms. Amongst these types of manifestations, questioning, researching and writing is a way of being active in political spheres. Thus, the academic
production of political science students is a topic worth reflecting upon. As the Latin American representative of Politikon (IAPSS’s academic journal), I have noted at times a certain lack of interest for producing academic material. In this presentation I will engage in questioning why and how academic production in our discipline is important.

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Maria Paula Brito
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Peru

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