Fronteras simbólicas entre expertos y víctimas de la guerra en Colombia
Franco Gamboa, Angélica
Antípoda: Revista de Antropología y Arqueología, 1900-5407, Nro.24, 2016, p. 35-53
Universidad de los Andes
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In this article, I question the rationalities and sensitivities with which those implementing the Law of Victims in Colombia consider the subjects of their intervention. The article is divided into four parts. First, I present empirical elements that show the discrepancies between law, expert knowledge, and situated needs in bureaucratic contexts. Second, I analyze the social production of discordant notes in bureaucratic spheres. Third, I explore the relationship established between science as a distancing device in Colombia and the epistemic fissures underlying the law and the action of professional experts. Fourth, I present guidelines to contribute to destabilizing the westernist outlook of those who, under the authority of Law and Science, impact the life of war victims in Colombia.
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