Autoridad policial, socialización legal y justicia procedimental: percepciones en adolescentes de Guadalajara

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Áurea E. Grijalva-Eternod, Ph. D.

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La Policía es una de las instituciones peor evaluadas en México y su relación con la juventud es frágil. Este trabajo busca identificar qué variables influyen en la legitimidad policial de los adolescentes, operacionalizada como la percepción del deber de obedecer. Para ello,se utilizaron datos provenientes de 1011 encuestas aplicadas a estudiantes de secundaria de la Zona Metropolitana de Guadalajara, como parte del Estudio internacional de delincuencia autoinformada. Los resultados mostraron que, para reafirmar su autoridad, es necesario atender diligentemente a la ciudadanía, pero aplicando estrategias de justicia procedimental. Así mismo, se encontraron diferencias entre hombres y mujeres, asociadas al género, que se discuten en términos de sus implicaciones para las autoridades que intervienen en los procesos de socialización legal de los adolescentes.


Palabras clave: Legitimidad policial; deber de obedecer; adolescentes; justicia procedimental. Tesauro de Ciencias Sociales de la Unesco

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Grijalva-Eternod, Áurea E. (2024). Autoridad policial, socialización legal y justicia procedimental: percepciones en adolescentes de Guadalajara. Revista Latinoamericana De Ciencias Sociales, Niñez Y Juventud, 22(2), 1–29. https://doi.org/10.11600/rlcsnj.22.2.6319
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Monográfico: Actitudes de infancias y juventudes frente a la policía
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Áurea E. Grijalva-Eternod, Ph. D., Universidad de Guadalajara, México

Doctora en Criminología y Delincuencia Juvenil, Universidad de Castilla La Mancha. 0000-0001-8399-4247.
H5: 5. Correo electrónico: aurea.grijalva@academicos.udg.mx

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