¿ si pensamos la comunidad con derechos? Psicología Comunitaria, derechos y políticas públicas. Una relación compleja

Translated title of the contribution: And if we think about the community with rights?: Community Psychology, rights and public policies. A complex relationship

Bárbara Olivares-Espinoza, María Inés Winkler Müller, María Isabel Reyes-Espejo, Héctor Berroeta Torres, Maritza Montero Rivas

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Abstract

This article presents results from the third stage of an investigation called "Ethics and Politics: Dimensions forgotten in Community Psychology?", where he reflects on the rights of communities participating in community interventions. A qualitative methodology was used and applied techniques as focus groups and interviews with users of social programs of different nature. As a result a list of rights of the community that can be summarized in was developed: right to clear and transparent information; right to participation and decision making; right to respect and recognition of the community; right to autonomy of the community; right to receive quality interventions.

Translated title of the contributionAnd if we think about the community with rights?: Community Psychology, rights and public policies. A complex relationship
Original languageSpanish
JournalUniversitas Psychologica
Volume17
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 2018
Externally publishedYes

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