Religación. Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades <p>RELIGACIÓN. Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades (ISSN 2477-9083), it is in charge of disseminating scientific research works produced by the different working groups, as well as works by external national and international researchers, under a double blind review system. Religación is a journal that publishes four regular issues (March, June, September and December) and &nbsp;sometimes special numbers depending on the thematic proposal.</p> <p>It is a journal based in Quito, Ecuador, manages areas that are related to Political Science, Education, Religion, Philosophy, Anthropology, Sociology, History and other related, with a global focus.</p> <p>It is aimed at professionals, researchers, teachers, and doctoral students from the various branches of the Social Sciences and Humanities.</p> <p>We have 5 sections: <strong>Dossier, General, Photoessay, South-South, and Reviews</strong></p> <p>Frequency: quarterly (March, June, September and December) and &nbsp;sometimes special numbers depending on the thematic proposal.</p> <div id="gtx-trans" style="position: absolute; left: 644px; top: 12px;"> <div class="gtx-trans-icon">&nbsp;</div> </div> CICSH-AL. RELIGACIÓN. CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES EN CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y HUMANIDADES DESDE AMÉRICA LATINA en-US Religación. Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades 2477-9083 A Translation into English of Khalil I. Al-Fuzai’s “No Rendezvous” <p class="p1">This is one of the stories that illustrate the failure to marry the woman that a man chooses to marry. Bassim and Salwa love each other, but due to his economic status, he cannot afford the marriage requirements.<span class="Apple-converted-space">&nbsp; </span>Like his other stories, Khalil I. Al-fuzai, a Saudi Arabian short story writer, addressed “many social, political, and religious aspects he found in his society” (Dohal, 2013).<span class="Apple-converted-space">&nbsp; </span>In this story as it is the case with many other stories written by Al-fuzai, Bassim “struggles to overcome the financial difficulties he faces” (Dohal, 2020).<span class="Apple-converted-space">&nbsp; </span>In translating this story, Khalil I. Al-Fuzai (1940- <span class="Apple-converted-space">&nbsp; &nbsp; </span>) will be introduced to new readers as an author of a different culture who has done his utmost to discuss the social issues found in his saudi 1970’s environment. <span class="Apple-converted-space">&nbsp;</span></p> <p class="p1">Here, like Khalil I. Al-fuzai’s other protagonists in his collection of stories, Bassim struggles with his economic reality; in his society, marriage requires wealth; without money, a male should not consider getting married. Bassim has a job, yet his job does not provide him with enough money to marry and have a family.<span class="Apple-converted-space">&nbsp;</span></p> <p>Here, like Khalil I. Al-fuzai’s other protagonists in his collection of stories, Bassim struggles with his economic reality; in his society, marriage requires wealth; without money, a male should not consider getting married. Bassim has a job, yet his job does not provide him with enough money to marry and have a family.</p> Gassim Dohal Copyright (c) 2020 Gassim Dohal 2020-09-30 2020-09-30 5 25 337 341 10.46652/rgn.v5i25.663 Discrimination and stigma in the Campeche city labor field <p>Campeche City, a Mexican urban area with little more than 250 thousand people and with an economy based on mining (oil extraction), construction, manufacturing, and a service sector, is a traditional and conservative city, where people belonging to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, transvestite an intersex (LGBTTTI) collectives constantly undergo attitudes of discrimination and segregation in their workplace.</p> <p>This research aims to determine why some work environments, which reduce in many ways both the possibility of having safe spaces and the opportunity for a better standard of living, are increasingly hostile to people with a diverse. To respond to this latent concern in many contexts, this question arises: What level of discrimination or stigmatization exist in works environments in Campeche City? to provide an answer, carried out an analysis on the local labor market, in both formal and informal settings, with members of the LGBTTTI community, using a methodology based on the implementation of structured interviews, which allowed us to obtain direct and detailed information on their own experiences and work reality. The results are surprising because, although the promotion of issues related to gender and equality is frequent, there is a marked contradiction between the acceptance of people with sexual diversity and the respect of their human and labor rights.</p> Martín Alberto Sosa Zumárraga María del Rosario Espinoza Sánchez Ana Rosa Can Valle Copyright (c) 2020 Martín Alberto Sosa Zumárraga, María del Rosario Espinoza Sánchez, Ana Rosa Can Valle 2020-09-30 2020-09-30 5 25 324 335 10.46652/rgn.v5i25.699 Ideological threats in Uzbekistan: recent history and modern techniques <p>This article focuses on an approach to the history of relations between religion and the state in Uzbekistan and how the tense relationship has influenced the progress of Uzbekistan's independence. The research uses historical, comparative, deductive, and systematic methods of analysis. The discussions show that as a result of the obstacles to obtaining religious education in Uzbekistan during the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, the spiritual and religious needs of many people were met with very limited notions, which have led to greater religious ignorance and pseudoscience that ultimately played a major role in activating extremist religious movements after 1991.</p> Rakhman Kuchkarov Copyright (c) 2020 Rakhman Kuchkarov 2020-09-30 2020-09-30 5 25 315 322 10.46652/rgn.v5i25.694 The citizen formation between theory and reality <p>The present article arises from the need to address the issue of the difficulties in citizen training particularly in countries like Mexico, in general in Latin America, which have been European colonies with multiethnic and multicultural populations, to which European models of being and doing have been imposed. The historical references to the concept of citizenship date back to antiquity, but when more conceptual and practical confusion appears, it is in relation to electoral processes. The last National Survey on Political Culture, conducted in 2012, and the reports of the Latinobarometro are the data for the analysis of the situation of a citizenship that does not accept the passive role in the electoral political participation. Achieving democracy through political participation represents an opportunity but also a problem that is reflected in social decomposition and violence. This reality inevitably leads to the question of whether the means and institutions exist to form citizens. To this end, the model proposed by T. H. Marshall, with some changes, continues to be an implicit foundation of the concept, political discourse, and citizen practice. The main objective is to correlate T.H. Marshall's concept of citizenship with the reality of the Mexican citizen in the 21st century.</p> Gonzalo Alejandre Ramos Copyright (c) 2020 Gonzalo Alejandre Ramos 2020-09-30 2020-09-30 5 25 249 261 10.46652/rgn.v5i25.687 Reflecting with "chispeza": what if we add it to the dictionary? <p>In 2014, a Chilean footballer used the word “chispeza” in an interview given during the World Cup in that discipline. The creation of this word caused so much interest in social networks that many people wondered about the possibilities it had to reach the dictionary. From the academy, the responses to these concerns usually point to criteria of frequency and permanence over time. With a distance of six years from the appearance of this word, this work aims to reflect on the possibilities of being included in the dictionary and, for this, we will contrast with neologism “carretear” is of four criteria: frequency, formal, semantic and documentary. The results indicate that “chispeza” does not meet the documentary criteria and only partially with those of frequency and semantics, so that it should not be included in DLE; However, its incorporation could be considered in dictionaries of Chileanisms because it has a considerable frequency of use that has lasted over time.</p> Gabriel Valdés-León Copyright (c) 2020 Gabriel Valdés-León 2020-09-30 2020-09-30 5 25 240 247 10.46652/rgn.v5i25.689