https://journals.eagora.org/revSOCIAL/issue/feed SOCIAL REVIEW. International Social Sciences Review / Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales 2023-02-22T13:09:07+01:00 Publishing Coordinator publishing@eagora.org Open Journal Systems <p>DISCONTINUED MAGAZINE (CONSULTATION ONLY)</p> <p><em>SOCIAL REVIEW</em> is a scientific journal that publishes original works of anthropology, archeology, political sciences, economy, geography, history, pscychology, sociology, that have as main purpose, the study of behavior, conduct, relationships, and ideas of human as group members, societies and institutions. The journal welcomes research articles, critical reflection articles, systematic review articles, book reviews, and proposals for the publication of Special Issues. The journal is peer-reviewed (double-blind) and publishes papers written in Spanish and English.</p> https://journals.eagora.org/revSOCIAL/article/view/3397 El mundo a través de las palabras 2022-06-22T13:18:49+02:00 Joaquín Marqués-Pascual jmp595@gmail.com 2022-06-29T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 SOCIAL REVIEW. International Social Sciences Review / Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales https://journals.eagora.org/revSOCIAL/article/view/2917 Reconciliation as a Theological Contribution for the Construction of Peace in Colombia 2022-09-30T13:38:32+02:00 John Edward Trujillo Ríos trujillorios12@gmail.com <p>After fifty years of confrontation, the Colombian government signed the peace agreement with the FARC-EP (Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces). Since November 24th, 2016, with the consolidation of the agreement at the Colón Theater located in Bogotá- Colombia, a schedule for the post-conflict period was implemented by the government. From this reality, they propose a culture of communion that provides for a healing encounter between the victims and the victimizers. For that reason, it is recognized that it requires a procedural and verified consolidation that includes the theological element of reconciliation.</p> 2022-02-09T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 SOCIAL REVIEW. International Social Sciences Review / Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales https://journals.eagora.org/revSOCIAL/article/view/3272 Sustainable Philosophy in Times of Uprooting 2022-09-30T13:38:30+02:00 Elisa Fernández Bascones elisa.fbascones@gmail.com <p>Our objective will be to reflect on the idea of ​​rootedness by referring to authors as relevant as Heidegger or P. Sloterdijk. The meaning of human existence needs the depth of the earth. The essence of rootlessness lies in the fact of becoming a stranger to the homeland. We are going to reflect on the technique as a possible cause of current uprooting. Rootedness will be defined as the possibility of being close-to: close-to-oneself, close-to-the-Other, close-to-the-Earth, close-to-the-future, and close-to-death. This proximity could be recovered to the extent that we are able to rediscover the meaning of things.</p> 2022-05-18T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 SOCIAL REVIEW. International Social Sciences Review / Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales https://journals.eagora.org/revSOCIAL/article/view/3285 Agenda 2030 in Mexico. COVID-19 Pandemic Increases Gender Inequalities 2022-09-30T13:38:26+02:00 Débora Fabiana Boeff deboraboeff@outlook.com <p>Knowing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on women allows us to understand the scope of this phenomenon in the process of social hierarchical organization of genders. This article aims to analyze the assertion of gender inequalities in Mexico due to the pandemic, and its impact on the fulfillment of Objective Five of the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations Organization. Through statistical and documentary exploration and a descriptive-argumentative method, the setback of Mexico to deal with this objective is argued by evidencing the worsening of the historical-cultural problem of gender inequality.</p> 2022-08-04T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 SOCIAL REVIEW. International Social Sciences Review / Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales https://journals.eagora.org/revSOCIAL/article/view/2445 Community Clown and Psychological Well-being 2022-09-30T13:38:23+02:00 Neith Gamez Ibarra nitagamez@hotmail.com María Ofelia Ortiz Mancera oortizm@ipn.mx Lenoska Adriana Lemus Ortíz llemuso@ipn.mx <p>This publication intertwines community psychology and clown art to problematize psychological well-being; It arose from giving workshops with participants from cities in the Mexican Republic. The methodology used was the research called: "Participatory Action", to analyze the experiences of 10 years of work in 8 cities of Mexico. As a result, we found that well-being according to Prilleltensky, and cited in Montero (2004): In the sphere of individual needs, there was personal growth; in the relational sphere, the participants showed a commitment to the community, in the collective needs, by de-dramatizing the communities’ environments, they created a strengthening process.</p> 2022-08-16T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 SOCIAL REVIEW. International Social Sciences Review / Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales https://journals.eagora.org/revSOCIAL/article/view/3421 Proposal of a Circular Economy Model for a Value Chain 2022-09-30T13:38:20+02:00 Maria Fernanda Vizcaino Del Rio mvizcaino@unicolombo.edu.co <p>Currently the food industry works under a linear production system using significant amounts of natural resources and producing vast amounts of waste. Cartagena de Indias is one of the territories with this problem. This paper aims to analyze the impact that the enterprise Coolechera is causing applying the theory of the circular economy. This paper is divided in three sections, first the characterization of the enterprise’s value chain, second the diagnostic of its missional processes according to the circular economy theory, and finally the proposal of strategies and models for promoting a transition to a circular production system.</p> 2022-09-02T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 SOCIAL REVIEW. International Social Sciences Review / Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales https://journals.eagora.org/revSOCIAL/article/view/3329 Transforming Powers 2023-02-22T13:09:07+01:00 Mónica Álvarez monica.alvarez@unibague.edu.co María del Pilar Salamanca pilar.salamanca@unibague.edu.co <p>This article presents a reflection on participation and citizenship from the perspective of transforming powers, in four municipalities in southern Tolima, Colombia. The research process is framed from participatory research, with a commitment to the dialogue of knowledge between co-researchers from the coordinating institutions and the participating organizations and the construction of narratives about the territories. The participating communities have recognized and strengthened their collective and political, transforming power, which arises from their experiences of civil resistance, of collective care for life, despite living in an environment framed in the Colombian armed conflict.</p> 2022-09-06T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 SOCIAL REVIEW. International Social Sciences Review / Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales