Parto o muertela extinción de España. Una revisión sistematizada de la literatura sobre la construcción de “pánicos demográficos”

  1. Aragón Morales, Alba María 1
  2. Ruiz Jiménez, Antonia María 2
  1. 1 Universidad Pablo de Olavide (España)
  2. 2 Universidad Pablo de Olavide
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    Universidad Pablo de Olavide

    Sevilla, España

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Journal:
Política y sociedad

ISSN: 1130-8001 1988-3129

Year of publication: 2023

Issue Title: Monográfico: Tres décadas de intervencionismo ruso en el espacio postsoviético: de la geopolítica al neoimperialismo; e92913

Volume: 60

Issue: 3

Type: Article

DOI: 10.5209/POSO.84616 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor

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Abstract

The ongoing process of demographic change in European and Spanish societies, deserved a considerable amount of media and political attention. This attention is related also to the recent electoral successes of different radical right-wing parties. Thus, the messages we receive daily are deeply influenced by their anti-feminist, nativist and xenophobic ideology. In this way, demographic change is being constructed as a crisis, as a “demographic catastrophe”, which furthermore, bear important consequences for gender and for the immigrant and refugee population in terms of sexual and reproductive rights, among others. To address this reality, we contextualize the change through different demographic indicators and carry out a systematic literature review. We focus on the bibliography dealing with demographic panics as the most relevant to understand the construction of demographic change as a problem. We conclude with a reflection on the need to analyse demographic change panics in Spain after the irruption of Vox on the national political scene.

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