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|Title:||ACCIÓN PSICOSOCIAL CON MUJERES VÍCTIMAS DE VIOLENCIA SOCIOPOLÍTICA EN COLOMBIA|
|Author:||Martinez Chaparro, Angela Maria|
|Abstract:||Psychosocial action with women in contexts of sociopolitical violence in Colombia is a challenge for institutions and academia, it constitutes a source of reflection for social action located. This possibility of thinking about the task from a critical perspective calls for the inescapable need to systematize the experiences to learn from them (Ghiso, 1998), to return to praxis to build new knowledge and new ways of acting. The reflection on the experience during the process of psychosocial accompaniment constitutes a source of knowledge and reflective practices oriented to the construction of theoretical-methodological models from the praxis itself. From there, the systematization of experiences of psychosocial accompaniment with victims of sociopolitical violence in the city of Medellín was raised as a research interest, with the intention of understanding the emerging dimensions, from the characterization and analysis of its contents, events, components and changes. The approach of inquiry was placed in a socio-critical proposal of qualitative research, assuming an ontological and epistemological conception of a subject agent and constructor of reality. From the case study it was sought to recover the axiological, theoretical and methodological dimensions, emerging from the participants' narratives (community and professionals) of a community action process with victims of sociopolitical violence in the city of Medellín. The results of the study raise the need to promote narratives of agency, solidarity and community clinic practices that facilitate individual, group and community empowerment in the processes of psychosocial action with, for and from a gender perspective. © Copyright 2015 SIPS.|
|Citation:||MARTINEZ A. ACCIÓN PSICOSOCIAL CON MUJERES VÍCTIMAS DE VIOLENCIA SOCIOPOLÍTICA EN COLOMBIA. Pedagog. Soc. 2018. 31. p. 139-151. .|
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