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Un mesías, ladrón y paranoico en el Manicomio La Casta?eda. A propósito de la importancia historiográfica de los locos
Ríos Molina, Andrés;
Estudios de historia moderna y contemporánea de México , 2009,
Abstract: this article analyzes the case of alberto nicolat talocín: a paranoic that was hospitalized several times in the lunatic asylum la casta?eda. on the basis of their autobiographies and the thesis written by doctor gregorio oneto barenque, the author reconstruct the way "madmen" related to therapeutic institutions and psychiatric language. they also discuss the role of the mentally ill and the cultural context of the construction of scientific knowledge of psychopathies.
LOCURA Y ENCIERRO PSIQUIáTRICO EN MéXICO: EL CASO DEL MANICOMIO LA CASTA?EDA, 1910
Ríos Molina,Andrés;
Antipoda. Revista de Antropología y Arqueología , 2008,
Abstract: the manicomio general la casta?eda founded in 1910 at the outside of mexico city, was the most important psychiatric institution of the xxth century in mexico. when it was open, the families let there men and women whom had the requirement for being considered madness and in consequences, they where appropriate for having psychiatric treatment. in this article i explore the cultural bases of the therapeutic confinement through the imaginaries that the mexican society of those days had about madness, its causes, symptoms and treatments. it analyzes both faces of madness: the one of the degenerate and the other of the nervous. both refierences synthesize psychiatric terms and social variables as class and gender.
El ni?o y la niebla. La enfermedad mental según Rodolfo Usigli y Roberto Gavaldón
Ríos Molina, Andrés;
Cuicuilco , 2009,
Abstract: the play el ni?o y la niebla, written by rodolfo usigli in 1936, was staged in 1951 and made into a film in 1953 under the leadership of roberto gavaldón. the focus of this work is mental illness and the role of values that govern family relations. the aim of this paper is to discuss ideas about mental illness, both in the theatrical version and the film, were used as structuring of the story. to this end we reconstruct the major features of the field of theater and film that allowed the emergence and wide acceptance of the work in question. finally, we analyze the fusion of medical and cultural imaginary about mental illness.
Including students with disabilities in Learning Communities
Silvia Molina,Oriol Ríos
Psychology, Society & Education , 2010,
Abstract: Learning Communities is a project for school transformation theobjective of which is to achieve high quality education for all students, avoiding all type of segregation due to students’ level of attainment or other characteristics, and any type of differentiation or acritical adaptation of the curriculum, which may lead to unequal learning results. Students with disabilities have traditionallybeen subject to these types of practices which, nevertheless, have dubious results as far as the learning and social integration of these students is concerned. It is necessary to identify educational strategies which respond to the specific needs of these students within the framework of the same educational environment and the same learning objectives, as is being claimed from the inclusive education perspective. Starting from these premises, in this article we review the Learning Communities model as a school model which contributes to the inclusion of students with disabilities. Firstly, we will define the term “disability” and its educational implications as compared to other concepts which have also been usedin this field. Secondly, we describe some of the characteristics of the learning communities in relation to inclusive education and we focus particularly on the way in which the learning communities approach responds to the specific educational needs of students with disabilities. Finally, we will focus on a specific classroom practice, the interactive groups, and its contributions to the inclusion of students with disabilities.
Locura y Encierro Psiquíatrico en México: El Caso del Matrimonio la Casta eda, 1910.
Andrés Ríos Molina.
Antipoda. Revista de Antropología y Arqueología , 2008,
Abstract: El Manicomio General La Casta eda fundó en 1910 en las afueras de la Ciudad de México, fue la institución psiquiátrica más importantes del siglo XX en México. Cuando estaba abierta, las familias permiten que hombres y mujeres que tenían la obligación para ser considerado una locura y, en consecuencias, en su caso para tener un tratamiento psiquiátrico. En este artículo voy a explorar las bases culturales de la confnement terapéutico a través de los imaginarios que la sociedad mexicana de aquellos días sobre la locura, sus causas, síntomas y tratamientos. Se analizan las dos caras de la locura: la de los degenerados y la otra del sistema nervioso. Ambas referencias sintetizar términos psiquiátricos y variables sociales como la clase y de género.
Otra Revolución. Fotografías de la ciudad de México, 1910-1918. Catálogo Ricardo Espinosa
Andrés Ríos Molina
Estudios de historia moderna y contemporánea de México , 2011,
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Un mesías, ladrón y paranoico en el Manicomio La Casta eda. A propósito de la importancia historiográfica de los locos
Andrés Ríos Molina
Estudios de historia moderna y contemporánea de México , 2009,
Abstract: El artículo analiza el caso de Alberto Nicolat Talocín: un paranoico que tuvo varios ingresos al Manicomio La Casta eda. Con base en sus autobiografías y la tesis escrita por el médico Gregorio Oneto Barenque, el autor reconstruye la forma en que el "loco" se relacionó con la institución terapéutica y con el lenguaje psiquiátrico. Además, se discute el papel del enfermo mental y el contexto cultural en la construcción del saber científico sobre las psicopatías. This article analyzes the case of Alberto Nicolat Talocín: a paranoic that was hospitalized several times in the lunatic asylum La Casta eda. On the basis of their autobiographies and the thesis written by doctor Gregorio Oneto Barenque, the author reconstruct the way "madmen" related to therapeutic institutions and psychiatric language. They also discuss the role of the mentally ill and the cultural context of the construction of scientific knowledge of psychopathies.
Las movilizaciones del 4 de febrero y el 6 de marzo de 2008 Una lectura de las representaciones sociales en el discurso de la prensa nacional
JARAMILLO CORREA,CAROLINA; MOLINA RíOS,JULIANA;
Signo y Pensamiento , 2010,
Abstract: both the call for and the public's answer to the marches of february 4 and march 6, 2008, as far as mobilizations in colombia go, can be considered the two citizen mobilizations of biggest impact ever. mass media were decisive actors in both spreading news of the marches and persuading the citizens either to join them or not. the research team of the project press representations of the social mobilizations of february 4 and march 6, 2008, compiled the news of the marches published in three daily papers distributed nationwide: el tiempo (the main national paper), el colombiano (produced in the country's region with the highest social mobilization's rate), and the weekly voz (which represents left-wing political sectors and is owned by the communist party). this article presents a classification and categorization of information from a discourse analysis' (da) perspective and approaches the results obtained by the qualitative categorization of the information.
La representación social del fenómeno del desplazamiento forzado en la prensa colombiana
Molina Ríos,Juliana Angélica;
Universitas Humanística , 2009,
Abstract: the article presents, from a critical analysis of discourse, the essential elements for the characterization of the phenomenon or forced displacement due to the social conflict in colombia, through the revision and analysis of national newspapers with the largest distribution in the country during the year 2005. the article examines how this reality is configured and valued, based on the social representation of the actors and their actions.
Social Representation of the Forced Displacement Phenomenon in the Colombian Press
Juliana Angélica Molina Ríos
Universitas Humanística , 2009,
Abstract: The article presents, from a critical analysis of discourse, the essential elements for the characterization of the phenomenon or forced displacement due to the social conflict in Colombia, through the revision and analysis of national newspapers with the largest distribution in the country during the year 2005. The article examines how this reality is configured and valued, based on the social representation of the actors and their actions.
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