In this issue we explore cultural, economic and social aspects of democratic life. The authors write from many different perspectives but address the question of power and mechanisms to cope with it: Social Justice is proposed as the ultimate goal. Our guest article is from Colegio de la Frontera Sur and explores the present of Chiapas, Mexico.
Identity seems straightforward. It is me. It is who I am. Yet, further analysis reveals that identity may not be as straightforward as it seems. This issue of Culture, Society & Praxis explores identity. We hope the reader finds this edition to be thought provoking.
It is a time of transformation during which power-the catalyzing force of change-is quite literally up for grabs. Transformation is generally articulated in terms of progression; in reality, it is ambiguous in nature, potentially liberating and potentially subjugating. Culture, Society & Praxis challenges you to participate in exploring these concepts as creators, readers, and writers.
Culture, Society & Praxis. ISSN: 1544-3159