Iñaki Robles Elong
CEIC Former Member, Former Member of the Consolidated Research Group
Graduated in Sociology from the UPV/EHU in 2010. In 2012, he obtained the Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) in “Models and Areas of Research in Social Sciences”. He is currently a researcher in training at the Department of Sociology II of the University of the Basque Country and a scholarship holder of the Basque Government’s Pre-doctoral Programme for the Training of Non-Doctoral Research Staff. He is a member of the Centre for Studies on Collective Identity (CEIC). His research interests are the processes of subjectivation and construction of identity in situations of precariousness and social vulnerability. He has published, “Blood, guts and traumas: rhetoric of pathos for a (self)representation of the victim in contemporary Spain”. Kamchatka, nº4.; and “Critical review: Guinea-Martin, Daniel (coord.) (2012). Tricks of the researcher’s trade, practical cases of social research. Barcelona: Gedisa”, Papeles del CEIC (Critical Review), vol. 2013/1, no 17, CEIC (Centre for Studies on Collective Identity), University of the Basque Country.
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