La inserción de los movimientos sociales en la protección del medio ambiente: cuerpos y aprendizajes en el Recôncavo da Bahia

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https://doi.org/10.58763/rc2024208

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desarrollo comunitario, educación física, educación superior, necesidad social, participación comunitaria

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El artículo tiene como objetivo discutir las posibilidades y acciones de los movimientos sociales y comunidades tradicionales en la defensa y protección del medio ambiente en el Recôncavo da Bahia, mediante intervenciones de la Universidad Federal del Recôncavo da Bahia, UFRB. Como territorio de identidad, el Recôncavo alberga nichos para movimientos sociales y comunidades diversas. Con sus cuerpos, acciones educativas y sus culturas, desarrollan acciones que van desde la preservación del patrimonio hasta la lucha por los espacios naturales para la supervivencia cultural, actuando junto al aparato estatal para la preservación y protección del medio ambiente. Metodológicamente se realizó una revisión bibliográfica con estudio de las áreas de Educación, Medio Ambiente y Educación Física; como resultado se plantean nuevas reflexiones que puedan ayudar a la sociedad en general a conservar el medio ambiente con sustentabilidad. Los principales resultados apuntan al fortalecimiento de las configuraciones institucionales y comunitarias, la visibilización de colectivos y grupos minoritarios, la generación de plataformas de cambio democráticas y basadas en el dialogo entre diferentes conocimientos y visiones del mundo. Se concluye en la posibilidad de integración disciplinar y necesidad de estudios posteriores.

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2024-01-15

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Moreira, A. de J., & Reis Fonseca, R. M. (2024). La inserción de los movimientos sociales en la protección del medio ambiente: cuerpos y aprendizajes en el Recôncavo da Bahia. Región Científica, 3(1), 2024208. https://doi.org/10.58763/rc2024208

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