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El río sigue siendo el río. Children and intersectional resiliences : des/ombligamientos in the department of Chocó-Colombia, 1991-2020

Abstract : This research mainly deals with the comprehension of intersectional resiliences processes in children, females and males deracinated (des/ombligados) by the colombian armed conflict having place in the state of Chocó between 1991-2020. The investigation focuses on recognition of the particularities of the armed conflict in the State of Chocó, basically taking into consideration the municipalities of Riosucio and Quibdó. It also considers the impacts of war in Afro, Embera, Waunnan, Kuna and mestizo peasant children. It emphasizes on the identification and analysis of collective and individual strategies, supportive networks, creative development, recreative and playful dynamics in children from Chocó as well. They constitute protective factors with regard to war. It is correspondingly bear in mind that trauma or traces of deracination are reinforced by political crossroads that aggravate vulnerability: colonization, extreme impoverishment, social exclusion, systematic racism, State absence, installed corruption, extractive economy, absence of vital minimum, drug trafficking, and several conflict envisaging the territorial control. Furthermore, children from Chocó grow up in familiar, scholar, and socio-communitarian contexts (resilient tutors) that do not prepare them to face up the exterior world. Considering the changes brought up by the armed conflict in social structures above mentioned, a purpose of this research encompasses the inquiry about the role played by this institutions and communitarian environment in the development of resiliences, resistance, adaptation, agency, copying, and beyond that, intime sufficiences in deracinated children (des/ombligados) from Chocó.
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Yeison Meneses Copete. El río sigue siendo el río. Children and intersectional resiliences : des/ombligamientos in the department of Chocó-Colombia, 1991-2020. History. Université de Perpignan; 035282738, 2020. Español. ⟨NNT : 2020PERP0030⟩. ⟨tel-03160575⟩

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