Movilizando el nuevo paradigma de las movilidades

Mimí Sheller, John Urry

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La formulación de un “nuevo paradigma de las movilidades” surgió hace 10 años, o un poco más, en un contexto de varios cambios teóricos significativos, desarrollos metodológicos y novedosas preguntas y enfoques de investigación (Sheller y Urry, 2006). En este primer número de Applied Mobilities, revemos las formas en las que el nuevo paradigma ha transformado la investigación aplicada sobre movilidades durante la última década y cómo podría continuar reconfigurándola. Primero esbozamos el nuevo paradigma y examinamos tres aproximaciones teóricas que lo sitúan en una constelación incipiente de una innovadora ciencia social. Luego evaluamos el impacto del nuevo paradigma sobre ámbitos emergentes de las ciencias sociales, midiendo con ciertos indicadores la formación de una comunidad de expertos yla ecología del campo emergente. Finalmente, el artículo explora la relevancia del paradigma para la investigación aplicada en transporte urbano, cambio climático y transiciones energéticas.


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