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approach in the social sciences whose essence is the explanation of regularities in individual action by recourse to position vis-a-vis others. Position in the field indicates the potential for a force exerted on the person, but a force that impinges ‘from the inside’ as opposed to external compulsion.” Levi-Martin, J. (2003). What is field theory. American Journal of Sociology, 109(1), 1–49.
create new ones and re-elaborate them with an anticipatory view and an accent on Global South localism. A critical mass and part of the political class adopts the neo-liberal policies initially, and then immediately afterwards it commits anthropophagi—it digests what it finds useful, regurgitates what does not concern it, and absorbs what will do it some good.” Leite, D., 2010, ‘Brazilian higher education from a post-colonial perspective’, Globalisation, Societies and Education, 8(2), 219–233. Southern Epistemology