El marco analítico de la construcción social

Un enfoque crítico para analizar el diseño de las políticas públicas.

Palabras clave: construcciones sociales, diseño de políticas públicas, análisis de políticas públicas, grupos-objetivo de política

Resumen

En este artículo se presenta el marco analítico de Ingram y Schneider para estudiar el rol explicativo de las construcciones sociales de los grupos meta en el diseño de políticas públicas. Para tal finalidad se realizó una indagación bibliográfica de la aplicación del marco en investigaciones empíricas. Así mismo, se revisaron diversas fuentes primarias de las autoras del marco para sintetizar una versión consolidada, tanto de su estructura como de su operabilidad empírica en el análisis de políticas públicas. Del mismo modo, se dejó abierta la discusión sobre la pertinencia de conectar la categoría de interseccionalidad con la aplicación del marco analítico en investigaciones empíricas. Se concluye que el marco ha logrado notoriedad y enraizamiento, especialmente en el sector de políticas sociales en el contexto académico anglófono, por su capacidad de integrar al análisis de las políticas el papel explicativo de las percepciones, representaciones e interpretaciones de los actores en las fórmulas de distribución de beneficios y restricciones públicas.

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Manosalvas, M., & Rave Restrepo, J. C. (2022). El marco analítico de la construcción social: Un enfoque crítico para analizar el diseño de las políticas públicas . Reflexión Política, 24(49), 64-76. https://doi.org/10.29375/01240781.4400

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2022-06-30