Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz

Meta-synthesis: identity and reintegration of ex-combatants and veterans of civil wars in peace agreements

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Identity, economic reintegration, civil wars, agreements peace (en).

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Identidad, reintegración económica, guerras civiles, acuerdos de paz (es).

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Este estudio se enmarca en la estrategia Desarme, Desmovilización, Reinserción y Reinte­gración, aplicada por países transitando de guerras civiles a procesos de paz después de pac­tar amnistías o negociar acuerdos. Se realizó una revisión sistemática y meta-síntesis de 56 estudios empíricos cualitativos, publicados en revistas indexadas, idiomas inglés y español. Su propósito fue analizar los avances científicos alrededor del mundo sobre la reintegración económica en relación con la identidad de excombatientes y veteranos de guerras civiles entre 1993-2018. Los estudios fueron seleccionados mediante un procedimiento sistemático, se realizó un análisis de los componentes epistémicos y metodológicos, un resumen crítico sobre hallazgos y una síntesis sobre la redefinición de la reintegración como proceso de transformación múltiple. 73 % de los estudios investigó la reintegración desde lo estratégico, económico y político, mientras que 20% en lo subjetivo y 7% lo relacionó con la identidad. Los estudios analizados presentaron un limitado desarrollo metodológico.

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This study is part of the Disarmament, Demobilization, Reinsertion and Reintegration stra­tegy, applied by countries transiting from civil wars to peace processes after arranging am­nesties or negotiating agreements. A systematic review and meta-synthesis of 56 qualitative empirical studies, published in indexed journals, English and Spanish, was conducted. Its purpose was to analyze about scientific advances around the world on economic reintegra­tion in relation to the identity of ex-combatants and veterans of civil wars between 1993- 2018. The studies were selected through an sistematic procedure, an analysis of the epis­temic and methodological components, a critical summary of findings, and a synthesis on the redefinition of reintegration as a multi-transformation process were carried out.. 73% of the studies researched reintegration from the strategic, economic and political, while 20% in the subjective and 7% related it to identity.The studies analyzed had limited methodological development.

Biografía del autor/a

Nelson Molina Valencia, Profesor investigador

Psicólogo, especialista en Opinión pública y mercadeo político, magister y doctor en Psicología social.

Profesor y director del Instituto de Psicología de la Universidad del Valle, Colombia

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Melo M., A. L., & Molina Valencia, N. (2021). Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz. Ciudad Paz-ando, 14(2), 60–77. https://doi.org/10.14483/2422278X.18107

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Melo M., A.L. y Molina Valencia, N. 2021. Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz. Ciudad Paz-ando. 14, 2 (sep. 2021), 60–77. DOI:https://doi.org/10.14483/2422278X.18107.

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Melo M., A. L.; Molina Valencia, N. Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz. Ciudad Pazando 2021, 14, 60-77.

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MELO M., A. L.; MOLINA VALENCIA, N. Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz. Ciudad Paz-ando, [S. l.], v. 14, n. 2, p. 60–77, 2021. DOI: 10.14483/2422278X.18107. Disponível em: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/cpaz/article/view/18107. Acesso em: 21 oct. 2021.

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Melo M., Ana Lyda, y Nelson Molina Valencia. 2021. «Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz». Ciudad Paz-ando 14 (2):60-77. https://doi.org/10.14483/2422278X.18107.

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Melo M., A. L. y Molina Valencia, N. (2021) «Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz», Ciudad Paz-ando, 14(2), pp. 60–77. doi: 10.14483/2422278X.18107.

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A. L. Melo M. y N. Molina Valencia, «Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz», Ciudad Pazando, vol. 14, n.º 2, pp. 60–77, sep. 2021.

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Melo M., A. L., y N. Molina Valencia. «Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz». Ciudad Paz-ando, vol. 14, n.º 2, septiembre de 2021, pp. 60-77, doi:10.14483/2422278X.18107.

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Melo M., Ana Lyda, y Nelson Molina Valencia. «Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz». Ciudad Paz-ando 14, no. 2 (septiembre 9, 2021): 60–77. Accedido octubre 21, 2021. https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/cpaz/article/view/18107.

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Melo M. AL, Molina Valencia N. Meta-síntesis: Identidad y Reintegración de Excombatientes y Veteranos de Guerras Civiles en Acuerdos de Paz. Ciudad Pazando [Internet]. 9 de septiembre de 2021 [citado 21 de octubre de 2021];14(2):60-77. Disponible en: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/cpaz/article/view/18107

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