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CANTILLAN, Roberto  and  HERRERA, José. Centralidad de actores y bloques en las redes organizativas de movilización en el conflicto por el Plan Regulador Comunal de Peñalolén el año 2011. EURE (Santiago) [online]. 2020, vol.46, n.138, pp.25-46. ISSN 0250-7161.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0250-71612020000200025.

In the Chile of the last decade, the analysis of collective action in episodes of urban conflict has focused on the cognitive mechanisms of political subjectivation that are deployed in the praxis of social movements. In a complementary way, this article focuses on the emergency processes of political identities, analyzing the dynamics of influence and coordination between voluntary organizations involved in a particular conflict. Among the results, the heterogeneity of the most prominent actors stands out, but with a marked capacity of intermediation of some organizations of settlers. At the structural level, the analysis of blocks indicates that a dynamic of social movement coordination was deployed through the interaction of differentiated collective action domains, and that it was this relationship that determined its greater probability of influence.

Keywords : networks; social movements; social conflict.

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