SOCIAL WORK AND DECOLONIALISM. INSURGENT EPISTEMOLOGIES FOR SOCIAL INTERVENTION

TRABAJO SOCIAL Y DESCOLONIALIDAD. EPISTEMOLOGÍAS INSURGENTES PARA LA INTERVENCIÓN SOCIAL

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SOCIAL WORK AND DECOLONIALISM. INSURGENT EPISTEMOLOGIES FOR SOCIAL INTERVENTION

TRABAJO SOCIAL Y DESCOLONIALIDAD. EPISTEMOLOGÍAS INSURGENTES PARA LA INTERVENCIÓN SOCIAL

The Indiscipline(s) series invites us to live the experience of inhabiting the world with our eyes wide open in order to finally inhabit it with all senses, letting ourselves be affected by registers that allow us to put into tension what over time, has been the great modern colonial narrative and, thus, be able to find the unparalleled beauty that means generating intrusive movements in favor of the decolonial perspective. This collection reflects the contributions from this perspective, its range and limitations around the questions raised from various disciplines and formations, but from a reality that crosses us equally, the experience of inequality and oppression that remains historically in our Latin American peoples.

  • SOCIAL WORK AND DECOLONIALISM. INSURGENT EPISTEMOLOGIES FOR SOCIAL INTERVENTION
  • Paula Meschini Compiler , María Eugenia Hermida Compiler
  • Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata
  • Available Worldwide
  • Spanish
  • Printed
    • 978-9871-921-98-0
  • No
    • Andrea Di Pace
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