Different Understandings of ‘Control Social’ in Latin America

{!{wpv-post-title}!} Author(s): {!{types field=’blog-author’ separator=’, ‘}!}{!{/types}!} Date: {!{types field=’blog-date’}!}{!{/types}!} Country: {!{types field=’country’}!}{!{/types}!} Language(s): {!{types field=’language’}!}{!{/types}!} Share this: The Spanish language term ‘control social’ has been widely used in South America to mean ‘social oversight’ both by governments and in civil society. In Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, and Colombia the term appears often in national laws and…