Begoña Aramayona

Begoña Aramayona
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa | NOVA · CICS NOVA (Centro Interdisciplinar de Ciências Sociais)

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International PhD in Social Psychology at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Her main research interests converge on the field of urban studies from an interdisciplinary approach, specially focusing on: centre-peripheries relations; gentrification, touristification and displacement; marginalisation and the informal city; new left-wing local governments; and comparative and ethnographic studies, with special interest on qualitative and visual-based methodologies.

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Las llamadas “bandas” o “pandillas” aparecen como objeto protagonista de políticas públicas inclusivas o segregadoras en distintas ciudades del contexto iberoamericano: experiencias de mediación e integración social versus construcción de alarma mediática y punitivismo policial y penal. El presente artículo se propone analizar la situación de este...
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Aims This study reports the foundations, strategies, and results of an institutional change experience based on the combination of participatory‐action‐research and new currents of collective mobilization and political participation. It aimed to achieve the institution's greater social commitment and a more participatory and transparent management....
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So-called bandas (‘gangs’) have been the object of media, police and institutional violence, and the target of the processes of moral cleansing of public space in certain working-class outskirts of Madrid. But what happens when all this is implemented in a popular suburban neighbourhood, historically the territory of anti-capitalist left-leaning mo...
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Background Most family members of potential organ donors experience the death of their relative in an intensive care unit. While under an emotional burden, bereaved relatives must make a decision that will affect the life of other patients. A better understanding of grief within the context of organ donation will help intensive care unit staff bett...
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New progressive local governments (“municipalismos”) thought to be political experiments against neoliberalism at a local scale have emerged in big cities around the world. However, in Spain, this reality takes place in a context of intense economic crisis and a heritage of neoliberal policies, including the presence of a “governmentality” that rep...
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This study aims to verify the psychometric properties of the Spanish versions of the Social Roles Questionnaire (SRQ; Baber and Tucker, 2006), Modern Sexism Scale (MS), and Old-Fashioned Sexism Scale (OFS; Swim et al., 1995; Swim and Cohen, 1997). Enough support was found to maintain the original factor structure of all instruments in their Spanish...
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Nightlife scenes in central Madrid have been profoundly affected due to the expansion of tourist-oriented night-time leisure activities during the last three decades. This paper examines a range of tensions that have recently appeared in the La Latina neighbourhood due to the conflictual coexistence between the slow and locally-oriented everyday pr...
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New opportunities for consumption and leisure appear in the post-industrial “ludic city”. The generation of nightlife containers, usually settled in the urban centres, has sometimes raised opposition from the popularly called “traditional residents”. Often delegitimized as NIMBY (Not In My Backyard), fuzzy definitions of these groups are often foun...
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Organ transplantation remains currently limited because the demand for organs far exceeds the supply. Though organ procurement is a complex process involving social, organizational, and clinical factors, one of the most relevant limitations of organ availability is family refusal to donate organs of a deceased relative. In the past decades, a remar...
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Rationale: Family refusal to organ donation of a deceased relative represents one of the most important barriers to organ transplantation. Although a large literature about family decisions has amassed, the existing evidence needs further integration and structuring. Objective: This study seeks to analyse relationships between bereaved relatives...
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The purpose of the present study was to investigate the psychometric properties of the Spanish version of the Gender Role Conflict Scale – Short Form (GRCS-SF; Wester et al. 2012) in a sample of men. In addition, we extend the gender conflict paradigm by evaluating two samples of women with the same instrument. In Study 1, we investigated the inter...
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This study applied a mean and covariance structure analysis (MACS) to the data from a Spanish university sample to examine the invariance of the factor structure of the Hoffman Gender Scale (HGS) across gender. The findings indicated that the hypothesized second-order model structure of the HGS was a reasonable representation of the data for males...
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The qualitative research about out-group violence has examined different aspects of this social problem, but the evolution of violent groups has only been approached tangentially. This research analyses the discourses of 124 interviews done with youth from Madrid that belong to violent groups. Describe the interpretation made by young people and id...
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La investigación cualitativa sobre violencia juvenil ha indagado diferentes aspectos de este problema, pero el modo en que los jóvenes se involucran en grupos violentos y cómo evolucionan ha sido abordado solo tangencialmente. Este trabajo analiza cualitativamente 124 entrevistas reali-zadas a jóvenes de la Comunidad de Madrid que declaran pertenec...
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Se analiza diferencialmente la percepción de la conducta violenta grupal por parte de jóvenes. La muestra fueron 418 jóvenes de entre 13-17 años residentes en Madrid, de los cuales el 57.4% había “pegado en los últimos 12 meses a una o más personas pertenecientes a otro grupo” (variable dependiente). Las variables independientes midieron cuatro asp...

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