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CANON O., Óscar E.. Subject’s tracks in the narratives of constructionist authors. Diversitas [online]. 2008, vol.4, n.2, pp. 245-257. ISSN 1794-9998.

The subject is a construction that allows us to understand a certain period and a society. Its study is key to clarify the ways in which human beings relate to each other. Constructionist authors studied here converge in their relational ideas versus the modern identity of a rational, authentic subject. At the same time, some criticisms of this relational look of Social Constructionism are presented and debated, looks that hold it responsible for being a kind of subject dissolvent, instead of viewing a changing, time-admitting subject.

Keywords : Subject; Identity; Relationship; Self; Social constructionism.

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