The anti-fujimorism and the defense of democracy: a study on the political consciousness of young people mobilized against fujimorism in Lima

Christian Carlos Goñez Cruz, Rosa Maria Cueto Saldívar

Abstract


The objective of this study is to explore the dimensions of political awareness in young people who participated in social mobilizations against fujimorism between 2016 and 2018. e group of participants consisted of 8 young people (6 men and 2 women) between 21 and 29 years old. To achieve the objective, a semi-structured in-depth interview guide was based on the dimensions of political consciousness of Sandoval (2001). e interviews were conducted during the pardon period for Alberto Fujimori and the preventive detention for Keiko Fujimori (between July and November 2018). e results show that the 7 dimensions allow us to understand the process of political consciousness experienced by the anti-Fujimori collective. e main dimension is that of collective identity. Given the high bond of the participants with the anti-Fujimori collective, they are highly identified with its norms, behaviors and objectives

Keywords


Political consciousness, social mobilization, beliefs, identity, democracy, anti-fujimorism

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