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Psicologia em Estudo

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AMAR-AMAR, José Juan; REAL, Clara Inés De la Hoz-Del; MARTINEZ-GONZALEZ, Marina Begoña  and  LOPEZ-MUNOZ,, Laura. ADAPTATION STRATEGIES AND CARE PRACTICES AMONG CLIMATE-DISPLACED COMMUNITIES: COLOMBIAN CASE. Psicol. Estud. [online]. 2019, vol.24, e41489.  Epub Feb 18, 2019. ISSN 1807-0329.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4025/1807-0329e41489.

Climate displacement may be challenging to child development, since strategies adopted by families and communities, as well as those public initiatives and measures in order to ensure survival in this new order, are not always oriented to infants’ full development. Care practices are affected by the dramatic changes faced by displaced families, resulting in a sudden rupture or transformation in everyday life. In this regard, the following project seeks to identify the challenges in terms of care after the 2010-2011 rainy season, taking as its point of reference the case of the communities affected in the South of the department of Atlántico in Colombia.

Keywords : Adaptation strategies; care practices; climate displacement.

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