Socio-environmental conflicts on the periphery of modernity. Notes for intervention in local contexts
This paper proposes to contribute to intervention in socio-environmental conflicts that have occurred in Chile and Latin America. In its general structure, the proposal tries to state the empirical evidence, that is, the context and pressure regarding natural resources that end in conflicts, such as the current proposal for intervention to resolve socio-environmental conflicts. Later, the study introduces some theoretical suppositions from the Social Systems Theory of Niklas Luhmann that should be taken into account for the intervention, and which will help to clarify a possible kind of intervention that takes into account the form and type of operation of the society where the socio-environmental conflict occurs.