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In order to shed light on this process, this article begins with a theoretical examination of the concepts of liminality and communitas of Victor Turner in a dialogue with the proposals of social science to understand the social dimension of mourning. Thus, the social action undertaken by the relatives of victims in cities such as Tijuana is also driving institutions to transform their skills and respond more efficiently to the new realities.

To see this ‘mole’ that emerged from the earth, and to imagine that one day, it might have been a relative of some of the people who just went there to pray for our relatives.

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That is, a chaotic organization will be in a state of permanent revolution, will welcome instability and create crisis as a means to transcend its limits Mintzberg et al, Vision, Understanding, Clarity and Agility. As explained in the following sections, the construction of communitas and the category of missing persons in the context of the War on Drugs draws on rituals that seek to lend meaning to the condition of the absent person and forge an identity for them as a social subject.

According to Susan Sontagtragedy as a spectacle is installed in these spaces, where images take on a political dimension as bearers of particular meanings that vary according to the interests of those who use them, but also of time and space. The recently discovered bodies and human remains dramatize excessive violence Blair, and constitute a symbolic power that can transform the frameworks of interpretation of disappearance, and the relationships that weave their integration into the political and social life of the country.

In liminality, the missing person is an individual devoid of social insignias and properties, who is in a state of transition to something else.

Since then, the image was established as common narrative of the identity of the missing, embodied in this “earth mole. The testimonials of pain accompanied by the image obtained by the media in the episode of the Easter Saturday were installed as a narrative that framed the limits of the identity of the absent subject.

Separation consists of the balanider or symbolic marginalization of the individual from his or her social structure or from a certain framework of pre-established cultural conditions “a state”. The study conducted in Argentina by Panizo shows that in some cases, the search for bodies could destroy the shared sense of identity among the community of mourners.

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Or, as DuBose saysit corresponds to the emotional response that comes from within. Other authors Scheper-Hughes, consider that in “cultures of death,” people become accustomed and indifferent to violence and families that are unable to flee become isolated, restrict their relations with the community, withdraw from collective life and withdraw into domestic life.

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Unlike disappearances during the dirty war, not only in Mexico but in much of Latin America, involving repression mechanisms used by the government to eliminate the opposition, today’s disappearances form part of an ambiguous framework of accountability and actors. Thus the dead person are given a new life without annihilating them, through the ritual and physical eesorden in which they are performed.

The body of a missing person in Tijuana is given meaning through the media discourse which generates its own narrative about the current state of things: It is precisely this encounter with institutions and the loss of their credibility that permeates the shared experience of loss.

This separation not only affects the family and personal life of those suffering his or her absence, but destabilizes the general order, because of the state of uncertainty implied by the lack of balanfier social category into which missing persons may be placed.

It is a category that identifies the missing as the disappeared, as victims, as a result of conflict and as social subjects. What do they want? It should be recalled that the discovery of the remains in Tijuana happened within a national context of powerful tensions.

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Turner, Victor,Dramas, Fields, and Metaphors: This shows how for Turner, social structure is not a rigid, inflexible construction, since liminoid spaces open up a unique range of possibilities for transformation. In this respect, much balandjer the plight of the families of the disappeared involves demanding an acknowledgement of their pain and an institutional response in terms of investigation and justice.

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Through its embodiment, the image of pain and cruelty publicized by the media, provided families with a reason to demand answers from the government. It is also essential for the consolidation of the communitas generated outside the structure. The belief in the possible death of the missing and the threat of oblivion by society creates a field of discussions and negotiations over the identity of the missing and promotes the struggle by their families.

The organic matter shown to relatives and society through the media proves that the missing have been killed in the context of a social conflict and constitutes proof of this with all the symbolic power of the violence it summarizes. Like Fernando, other relatives of missing persons in Tijuana have found the public sphere to be a refuge for surviving the experience of disappearance, which profoundly affected their lives. Cookies are little nuggets of information that web servers store on your computer to make it easier for them to keep track of your browsing session.

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Persistent cookies are desofden on your hard disk and have a pre-defined expiry date. These beliefs must therefore enjoy validity and credibility among those who share them so that they become an engine dexorden the fight.

It has subsequently been used in the fields of business strategy applied to all types of organizations. If the authorities are unable desprden do anything, let us do it The Egyptians conceived the primitive universe as a shapeless abyss called Nut ; The Chinese held that a pure ray of light, yingemerges from chaos and builds the sky, while the remaining heavy opacity, yang, shapes ek Earth.

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This process allows us to see how beliefs about death and the threat of oblivion have been consolidated as a trigger for action by relatives in Tijuana. Cookies come in two flavours – persistent and transient. The War on Drugs offers its own interpretations of war, repression, the enemy and therefore disappearance. As in the Jewish and Christian tradition, in most cosmogonies the divine action supposes the progressive incorporation of the cosmos order and harmony to chase away chaos confusion and darkness.

The third issue is the bodily presence of the missing person as a means of communicating and re-establishing their position in the world of the living. The search for bodies in Tijuana began in the wake of el Pozolero’s arrest and responds narratively to his statements.

According to the author, the lack of information on tragedies such as disappearance makes the expectations of the bereaved converge with rumors that may achieve a level of beliefs that lend meaning to what is happening in these scenarios: This does not mean that we do not experience the continuation or intensification of earlier forms of repression, but rather that these situations, which continue to occur, acquire other meanings due to the importance of the symbolic situation within which they are framed.