|Autores | Cynthia Torres Stöckl y María Paula Carreras|
En el 2013, la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán se convirtió en un escenario donde se produjo una de las movilizaciones más relevantes de los últimos años. Estudiantes de cinco facultades tomaron posesión de las instalaciones edilicias, impidiendo el habitual desarrollo de actividades académicas y administrativas. Este fenómeno, denominado “Toma”, se desencadenó en repudio a dos casos de abuso sexual padecidos por alumnas en cercanías al predio universitario donde realizaban sus estudios, generando posicionamientos diferenciales por parte de partidos políticos universitarios, estudiantes independientes, docentes y nodocentes.
Palabras claves: agrupaciones – representaciones – toma universitaria
In 2013, the National University of Tucumán became a stage where there was one of the most important demonstrations of recent years. Students from five academic units took possession of the building facilities, preventing the normal development of academic activities and administrative. This phenomenon, called “Takeover”, was unleashed to protest two cases of sexual abuse suffered by students at the nearby university campus where they performed their studies, generating differential positioning by college parties, independent students, teachers and non-teachers. This paper aims to make an approach from the theory of social representations to the concepts that the student maintains about the political parties who acted during the mentioned phenomenon. Study participants were 236 psychology students, from 18 to 43 years old. For the survey data, hierarchical evocation test was used and for analysis statistical calculations were performed using programs SPSS 17 and EVOC-2000. The results indicate that Franja Morada is viewed as a group associated with Radicalism, designed to meet the students’ needs, that hat due to their indifferent actions in the situation considered, evidenced privileging personal and/ or partisan interests, calling it for this reason as essentially corrupt. On the other hand, Movimiento Universitario Sur is outlined as a group referred to the driving of the student´s center, as well as the task of struggling for the rights of the same estate, that his ambivalent proceed in the addressed fact was conceived in response to individual and/ or group interests, receiving unfavorable attributes such as convenience, misrepresentation, opportunism, betrayal, lying and selling. Finally LUE-CEPA emerges as an independent group, not academically distinguished, that having an essential role in the examined occupation, was however differed with ideas of struggle and revolution, especially oriented to the benefit of the students.
Keywords: grouping – representations- university takeover