Cartografía social como metodología participativa y colaborativa de investigación en el territorio afrodescendiente de la cuenca alta del río Cauca

  • Vélez Torres I
  • Rátiva Gaona S
  • Varela Corredor D
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Abstract

This article explores the opportunities and challenges given by social cartography as a participatory and collaborative methodology to characterize the socio-environmental conflicts in three areas of the upper basin of the Cauca River, Colombia. The text is organized in five parts: (i) introduction to the article, (ii) description of the problem and the research context, (iii) presentation of the ethnographic context and methodological decisions, (iv) reflection on the cartographic process and products, and (iv) conclusions on the main methodological challenges identified during the development of the research.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Colombia
  • Colômbia
  • Conflictos Socioambientales
  • Conflitos Socioambientais
  • Mapas Sociais
  • Mapas Sociales
  • Metodologia Participativa
  • Metodología Participativa
  • Participatory Methodology
  • Social Cartography
  • Socioenvironmental Conflicts

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Authors

  • Irene Vélez Torres

  • Sandra Rátiva Gaona

  • Daniel Varela Corredor

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