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"Aquí todos estamos deprimidos". Percepciones del suicidio en la comunidad de Ciudad Bolívar (Antioquia)
Alzate R,Alejandra M; Benitez M,Juan G;
Revista Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública , 2011,
Abstract: the rate of death by suicide in the department of antioquia, colombia, in 2010 was 5 per 100,000 people. in the last decade, ciudad bolívar, a coffee-growing town in southwest antioquia, had a population rate of 17 per 100,000, this is almost four times as high as that of antioquia and well above the national rate, which is 4 per one hundred thousand persons. objective: to show the consequences of suicide and attempted suicide in the interpersonal relationships among the town's people, their perception of this phenomenon and the authorities' intervention. methodology: this is a qualitative and descriptive research. we considered the experiences and views of the inhabitants of ciudad bolívar city regarding suicide in their community. the methods used to obtain the information were participant observation, interviews, and document review, which are tools from investigative journalism. results: suicide no longer affects social relations because it has become part of the landscape: there is acceptance and people even view the suicide victim as a brave person. the mayor's office acknowledges that the actions undertaken to control these deaths have not been assertive enough. conclusion: it is necessary to create a network for promoting mental health and strengthening social ties. also, suicide prevention campaigns designed for and in this particular municipality should be planned and executed. ciudad bolívar constitutes a challenge for health professionals, the academia and the authorities.
Voces en el "taller de la memoria"
Alape,Arturo;
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2006,
Abstract: in the present article, the author describes the process lived by young inhabitants of ciudad bolívar-one of bogotá's poorest areas-throughout the research that served as base for the book ciudad bolívar: la hoguera de las ilusiones. by means of hearing and dialoguing, as well as by presenting these young people's stories tangled with their social contexts, and their experience with the memory workshop, the author approaches the imaginaries of youngsters from popular neighborhoods and their vision of the city
Voces en el "taller de la memoria"
Arturo Alape
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2006,
Abstract: In the present article, the author describes the process lived by young inhabitants of Ciudad Bolívar—one of Bogotá's poorest areas—throughout the research that served as base for the book Ciudad Bolívar: la hoguera de las ilusiones. By means of hearing and dialoguing, as well as by presenting these young people's stories tangled with their social contexts, and their experience with the "Memory Workshop", the author approaches the imaginaries of youngsters from popular neighborhoods and their vision of the city.
We are all depressed here”. Perceptions of suicide in a neighborhood in Ciudad Bolívar (Antioquia)
Alejandra M. Alzate R,Juan G. Benitez M
Revista Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública , 2011,
Abstract: The rate of death by suicide in the Department of Antioquia, Colombia, in 2010 was 5 per 100,000 people. In the last decade, Ciudad Bolívar, a coffee-growing town in southwest Antioquia, had a population rate of 17 per 100,000, this is almost four times as high as that of Antioquia and well above the national rate, which is 4 per one hundred thousand persons. Objective: to show the consequences of suicide and attempted suicide in the interpersonal relationships among the town’s people, their perception of this phenomenon and the authorities’ intervention. Methodology: this is a qualitative and descriptive research. We considered the experiences and views of the inhabitants of Ciudad Bolívar city regarding suicide in their community. The methods used to obtain the information were participant observation, interviews, and document review, which are tools from investigative journalism. Results: suicide no longer affects social relations because it has become part of the landscape: there is acceptance and people even view the suicide victim as a brave person. The Mayor's Office acknowledges that the actions undertaken to control these deaths have not been assertive enough. Conclusion: it is necessary to create a network for promoting mental health and strengthening social ties. Also, suicide prevention campaigns designed for and in this particular municipality should be planned and executed. Ciudad Bolívar constitutes a challenge for health professionals, the academia and the authorities.
Catálogo de plantas vasculares de ciudad Bolívar ysus alrededores, estado Bolívar, Venezuela Catalog of vascular plants of ciudad bolívar and its surroundings, Bolívar State, Venezuela
Wilmer A DíAZ P,Francisco DELASCIO-CHITTY
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2007,
Abstract: Se presenta un catálogo de las plantas vasculares de Ciudad Bolívar y sus alrededores con 868 especies, de las cuales 19 pertenecen a las Filicopsida (helechos), 141 a las Liliopsida (monocotiledóneas) y 708 a las Magnoliopsida (dicotiledóneas). La lista contiene 135 familias y 502 géneros. Se incluyen colecciones realizadas durante el período 1995-2005 y las especies registradas en Flora of the Venezuelan Guayana. Las diez familias más importantes según el número de especies son: Fabaceae s.s. (91), Poaceae (50), Cyperaceae (35), Mimosaceae (33), Caesalpiniaceae (30), Rubiaceae (29), Asteraceae (27), Convolvulaceae (24), Euphorbiaceae (24) y Malvaceae (20). Las muestras se encuentran depositadas principalmente en los herbarios GUYN,PORT,VEN y WIS A catalog of the vascular plants of Ciudad Bolívar and its surroundings is presented, comprising 868 species, of which 19 belong to the Filicopsida (ferns), 141 to the Liliopsida (monocotyledons) and 708 to the Magnoliopsida (dicotyledons). The taxa listed here include 135 families and 502 genera, including collections made by various researchers between 1995 and 2005, as well as specimens reported for the study area in Flora of the Venezuelan Guayana. The ten families with highest number of species are Fabaceae s.s. (91), Poaceae (50), Cyperaceae (35), Mimosaceae (33), Caesalpiniaceae (30), Rubiaceae (29), Asteraceae (27), Convolvulaceae (24), Euphorbiaceae (24) and Malvaceae (20). The specimens are deposited in GUYN,PORT,VEN and WIS herbaria
Catálogo de plantas vasculares de ciudad Bolívar ysus alrededores, estado Bolívar, Venezuela
DíAZ P,Wilmer A; DELASCIO-CHITTY,Francisco;
Acta Botánica Venezuelica , 2007,
Abstract: a catalog of the vascular plants of ciudad bolívar and its surroundings is presented, comprising 868 species, of which 19 belong to the filicopsida (ferns), 141 to the liliopsida (monocotyledons) and 708 to the magnoliopsida (dicotyledons). the taxa listed here include 135 families and 502 genera, including collections made by various researchers between 1995 and 2005, as well as specimens reported for the study area in flora of the venezuelan guayana. the ten families with highest number of species are fabaceae s.s. (91), poaceae (50), cyperaceae (35), mimosaceae (33), caesalpiniaceae (30), rubiaceae (29), asteraceae (27), convolvulaceae (24), euphorbiaceae (24) and malvaceae (20). the specimens are deposited in guyn,port,ven and wis herbaria
Evolución del uribismo en Ciudad Bolívar: un análisis histórico, 2002-2007
FORERO HIDALGO,JYMY ALEXANDER;
Anuario Colombiano de Historia Social y de la Cultura , 2012,
Abstract: historiography has documented that authoritarian governments have relied on the support of masses using different strategies of domination depending on the type of regime and the historical moment. on this basis, the objective of this study was to analyze the historical conditions that explain the emergence and evolution of "uribism" as a political, economic, and social national project with broad levels of popular support and acceptance, particularly in the ciudad bolivar neighborhood in the south of bogotá. the study reveals that it is partial and insufficient to conclude that said support and popular acceptance were due to a single factor. "uribism" appears as a unique political phenomenon that cannot be explained through theories according to which domination and imposition of a project are achieved exclusively through political terror. the implementation of uribe's authoritarian project was accomplished through a combination of persuasive and coercive methods that established consensus in the population. this explanation implies an interrelation of both structural and situational historical factors.
Evolución del uribismo en Ciudad Bolívar: un análisis histórico, 2002-2007
Forero Hidalgo Jymy Alexander
Anuario Colombiano de Historia Social y de la Cultura , 2012,
Abstract: En tanto la historiografía ha documentado ampliamente que los gobiernos autoritarios han descansado en el apoyo de las masas utilizando distintas estrategias de dominación según el tipo de régimen y el momento histórico, el propósito de este estudio es analizar las condiciones históricas que permiten explicar el surgimiento y evolución del uribismo como proyecto político, económico y social nacional con amplios niveles de respaldo y aceptación popular en particular en Ciudad Bolívar, localidad del sur de Bogotá. El estudio revela que resulta parcial e insuficiente concluir que el respaldo y la aceptación popular se debió a un solo factor, sino que, a diferencia de teorías que plantean la dominación e imposición de un proyecto político por la vía exclusiva del terror, asistimos a un fenómeno político singular: la implementación del proyecto autoritario uribista se dio mediante una mixtura, una combinación de métodos persuasivos y coercitivos, que establecieron el consenso en la población. Tal explicación implica una interrelación de factores históricos tanto de carácter estructural como de carácter coyuntural.
Stakeholders de las telecomunicaciones en las Américas: las tic de aplicación social
Giovani Mancilla G.
Visión Electrónica , 2009,
Abstract: La globalización, como fenómeno contemporáneo de extraordinario desarrollo de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación (TIC), ha implicado cambios culturales significativos ligados a la llamada “culturainformática”. Sin embargo, los sectores mayoritarios de la población son excluidos para acceder y desarrollarse en esta cultura, ampliándose la denominada brecha digital, como una expresión más de la desigualdad social. En este artículo se examina la universidad como institución que es partícipe y tiene interés en las operaciones institucionales tecnológicas, es decir, un stakeholder o conglomerado con la responsabilidad social de influir en las decisiones para la existencia y desarrollo de políticas de acceso a TIC, dado que en las Américas debe considerarse como objetivo incluir comunidades vulnerables, como la de Ciudad Bolívar en Colombia, en la sociedad del conocimiento, de modo que las articulen democráticamente desde la tecnología a la vida académica, productiva y cultural.
Georreferenciación de ciudad bolívar: sistema de visualización e información UPZ 70 Jerusalén
Wilmer A. Parra,Gerardo Pati?o,Giovani Mancilla G.
Visión Electrónica , 2012,
Abstract: Este artículo presenta la descripción de la implementación de un sistema piloto que permite: georreferenciar un territorio, particularmente la Unidad de Planeación Zonal Jerusalén (UPZ 70) de Ciudad Bolívar, Localidad 19 de la ciudad de Bogotá (Colombia), a través de un dispositivo GPS; editar la información adquirida; almacenarla en una base de datos espacial; generar mapas, y mostrar la información mediante aplicaciones Web y Wap (Wireless Aplication Protocol), implementando el concepto de Web Mapping y utilizando programas de código abierto.
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