DOI: 10.17151/rasv.2022.24.1.1
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Gómez Mejía J., Quiñones Reyes E., & Congram D. (2021). Transiciones históricas, conflicto y antropología forense. Revista de Antropología y Sociología : Virajes, 24(1), 7-17.


Juliana Gómez Mejía
Universidad de Caldas
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Edixon Quiñones Reyes
Universidad del Magdalena,
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La violencia y el conflicto no son estados permanentes de los colectivos humanos y, al igual que otros comportamientos sociales, están insertos en contextos complejos. Constituyen fenómenos dinámicos, culturalmente definidos e históricamente contextualizados, que han sido interpretados como prácticas sociales arraigadas en el tiempo.

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