Subjetividades Políticas de la Primera Infancia en Contextos de Conflicto Armado: Narrativas Colectivas de Agencia

TitleSubjetividades Políticas de la Primera Infancia en Contextos de Conflicto Armado: Narrativas Colectivas de Agencia
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsAlvarado-Salgado, Sara V., María A. Fajardo-Mayo, and María C. Ospina-Alvarado
JournalPsicoperspectivas
Volume17
Issue2
Start Page115
Pagination115 - 127
Date Published07/2018
Abstract

The Colombian armed conflict is one of the longest and most complex of the world. It has had relevant impacts on early childhood social construction. The article is based on a research project oriented towards the comprehension of how children in early childhood, whose families come from contexts of armed conflict, and their relational agents, create memories and promote peace-building processes. Theoretically, the study uses Social Constructionism, and its orientation to collective narratives to create realities; and Political Socialization to comprehend political subjectivities. The methodology of the study is qualitative, using ontological political hermeneutics -narrative study with categorical analysis of narratives, which promote social change-. There were implemented 7 creative workshops with 34 girls, 26 boys, 55 teachers, 54 mothers, 3 fathers, 5 grandmothers, 1 sister, and with 6 men and 5 women from social organizations who came from the contexts of armed conflict; participants that live in Bogotá, Manizales, Medellín, Santa Marta, and Villa Rica. The results and conclusions explain the relational constitution of early childhood, the potential present in narratives for change, and the emergence of the political subjectivity from early years. (Authors)

URLhttps://scielo.conicyt.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0718-69242018000200115&lng=en&tlng=en
Translated TitlePolitical Subjectivities of Early Childhood Living in the Context of Armed Conflict: Agency Collective Narratives
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