Query : interculturalidad
- Juan Francisco Perera Lumbí6
- María del Mar Bernabé Villodre5
- Alta Hooker Blandford4
- Doris Santos3
- Nestor García Canclini3
- Adriana María Arpini2
- Alberto Ysunza Ogazón2
- Alejandro Maldonado Fermín2
- Alejandro Martínez2
- Álvaro B. Márquez-Fernández2
- Àngels Torras i Albert2
- Ascensión Palomares Ruiz2
- Barth Gomes, Luana,2
- Camilo Andrés Delgado Rodríguez2
- Carlos Bustos Reyes2
- Carlos María Pagano Fernández2
- Concepción Francos Maldonado2
- Damián Pachón Soto2
- Diana Priegue Caamaño2
- Dilma Imara Becerra Rozo2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences352
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology292
- Gender Studies61
- Political Science55
- Methods and Statistics47
- Art and Art History45
- Musicology and Performing Arts30
- Cultural Heritage and Museology20
- Architecture and Space Management9
- Environmental studies9
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- Communication Sciences8
- Archaeology and Prehistory6
- Biological Anthropology2
- Classical Studies2
Indigenous intellectuals and Decolonial thinking in contemporary Ecuador
To address interculturality: critical points from (and about) the new indigenous school education in South America
In this article, the notion of “interculturality”, one of the presumed conceptual axes of the new formal education policies that are aimed at the indigenous peoples of South America, is not conceived as a phenomenon of the “nature” of cultural and historical relations, but as a disitsive constructio...
Territorial transformations, livelihoods and social-nature relations in the Northern Amazonia of Ecuador: The case of Puerto Providencia
The continuous and increasing incorporation of the Ecuadorian Amazon into the extractive dynamics has led to the construction of a series of infrastructure to provide services to these megaprojects. This has involved not only a material transformation of the territory, but also a change in the life...
Prenatal care: tensions or routes of opportunity between culture and the health system?
target. The article contains the findings of the first phase of an investigation carried out in the municipality of Candelaria (Valle del Cauca-Colombia), in agreement with the professional practice of the Psychology career of the University of San Buenaventura — Cali and the Fundación el Amparo I.P...
Interculturalism, Bilinüe Intercultural Education (EIB) and public policies in Ecuador
For Sarah Dichy-Malherme (University of La Rochelle/Paris-Nanterre University/IFEA). In a context where the Ecuadorian government is opening up to “national dialogue” with social movements, in particular with indigenous organisations, Anne-Gaël Bilhaut, representative of the French Institute of Andi...
El caso arhuaco y la justicia intercultural en Colombia
The legal system of indigenous peoples: a way to do justice
Summary This article arises with the aim of making a scarcely explored right visible: that of indigenous peoples in Mexico to maintain and develop their own legal systems in accordance with their own co-movision, customs and cultural identity. This is protected by constitutional and conventional cut...
Territory and territoriality: Theories of confluence and refutation
Summary In Ecuador, issues relating to territory and territoriality are, at present, important axes of theoretical and socio-political interest. However, despite being a priority issue in the management and administration of projects of an institutional nature, their relevance in philosophical and s...
Is interculturalism and diversity taken into account in the training of indigenous teachers?
this research sought to characterise the interculturality approach implicit in the training programme for indigenous teachers, administered by the Libertating Experimental Pedagology University and its consistency with the current prevailing concepts of interculturality and diversity. Empirical work...
Interculturalism and Access to Justice: generating open and inclusive spaces for legal advice in Abasto, Pcia. Buenos Aires
In recent decades there has been a reconfiguration of Argentinian agriculture with the consolidation of the agrongotium model as the dominant form. This form of economic concentration excludes and segregates lxs puxs productorxs. Lxs productorxs of the family farming of Gran La Plata are affected by...
The Centre for Equatorian Studies (EEC), Paris Nanterre University: crosscheck of Ecuadorian cultural production for 45 years.
founded in 1972 at Paris Nanterre University, the Centre for Equatorial Studies (EEC) is the oldest European research centre dedicated exclusively to research on Ecuadorian cultural production from the perspective of cultural studies. It is not a question here of describing or listing the projects o...
Educational models in university education for indigenous people in the Latin American context
The university education available to indigenous Latin American students is primarily but not limited to one of three educational models. The standard, based on the scientific method, does not include the language, knowledge of indigenous cultures or their forms of learning; intracultural, based on...
The difficult task of interculturalism since the Social Sciences Didactics. Comparative analysis of the programmes of Argentina, Colombia and Chile
The following article is a comparative study of the curriculum currently used in the countries of Argentina, Colombia and Chile on the work of interculturality. The letter analyses and reflects, from critical literature, the treatment of texts, activities and proposals for curriculum teaching and le...
Micro-narrative as teaching material in the acquisition of grammar at ELE
[ES] In this article, the aim of this article is to reflect on the introduction of the literature of the target language into the classroom of foreign languages. We will analyse the use of micro-narrative in the Spanish classroom as a foreign language (ELE) as teaching material. To this end, we will...
The anthropological path: a need today
These reflections raise the need to base Latin American education on anthropological bases, which make it possible to understand the specificity of our communities. Venezuelan and Latin American education must be based on reflection with the human beings with whom the learning life process is shared...
Authorship processes in the creation of intercultural educational books: discussion and reflection from a replication exercise on the “Between Voices” methodology
The growing supply of educational books for interculturality shows that book remains a teaching and policy tool. As a result, more and more attention has been paid to their production processes, with a number of implicit principles emerging around how it should be authoritative to ensure symmetry be...
The re-founding contingency of the multinational state
The work outlines a historical look at the construction of a decolonising contingency that leads to the re-establishment of the country, built from a new horizon that unites decolonising struggles with class fights, bringing together anti-colonial and anti-imperialist struggles. In order to develop...
¿Construyendo interculturalidad?: análisis de las normas para "atender" en los asuntos relacionados con la lengua vehicular al "alumnado inmigrante" en la escuela
Own education. Resistance to the homogenisation model of indigenous peoples in Colombia
The purpose of the article is to present the results of the educational component of the co-smovision research into unity in the indigenous community Nasa de Caldono, Colombia, which aimed to identify the features of the culture of leisure in the indigenous guard of San Lorenzo de Caldono and its re...
Review of interculturalism in multicultural times by Carolina Álvarez Ávila, José María Bomfather and César Marchesino (Eds). Buenos Aires: Price Libraries, 2020. 220 pages
‘We then identify that at the core of the central criticism of multiculturalism, interculturalism promotes interpellation to the mono-cultural epistemology of modernity, and to the historical process in general and science in particular when explaining the world’ (2020, p. 32). The following stateme...
Recreation and quality of life in older adults living in geriatric institutions and their homes. A comparative study
The aim of this work is to reflect on indigenous school education in Venezuela and the scope of interculturality (taken as a perceptive framework and axiological horizon) by confronting different perspectives on the changes brought about by the new experiences that are being experienced. Through a q...
Discourse of future teachers about intercultural diversity
The theoretical discourse on intercultural diversity is still far removed from practice. One reason for this gap is the lack of properly trained teachers (both present and future). To implement the intercultural approach, it is essential to know the discourse of the agents who will apply it. The pur...
Education, adolescence and gender-based violence: les amours sent a jour
The basic objective of this article is to explain the expression of gender-based violence as a result of differential socialisation and processes of social and cultural legitimacy of violence. Several projects developed in different European countries for the prevention of violence and the use of re...
Preventing diversity related conflicts: intercultural as a management practice
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe increase in ethnocultural diversity in Quebec society poses particular challenges for organisations. Whether at different levels of government, in schools, SMEs or large companies, the question of diversity raises in clear terms the sometimes conflicting relationships betwe...
From the desks to the crossing of borders: an approach to the profile of transnational students in Mexico
International audience The present document consists of a theoretical approach on the profile of young migrants involved in the dynamics of the migration phenomena that currently exists between Mexico and the United States of America. Its main goal is to provide a series of recurrying characteristic...