Project Details

Description

1) To provide a space for socialization in the generation of new knowledge around the thesis of the master's degree in Physical Activity and health with a qualitative and social approach.

2) To socialize research on physical activity and its relationship with social determinants of health in different contexts.

3) To consolidate the collaborative work between CEMA researchers and the group of "Social Studies of Sciences, Technologies and Professions" (GESCTP) of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences of the Universidad del Rosario, in order to socialize the collaborative research work carried out in the last five years between the two groups. This will allow building a future agenda of collaborative research between the research line in Social Studies of Physical Activity of the CEMA group, and the research lines in Social Studies of Health, Cultural History of Science and Technology, and Cultural Studies on the Body and Gender of the group (GESCTP), which favors collaborative work between research groups of the EMCS and the University (ECH), which responds to the interests of the Dean's Office.

Keywords

Social studies; body; physical activity; health; qualitative research; qualitative research

Commitments / Obligations

Participación como conferencista internacional invitado al “CUARTO SIMPOSIO INTERNACIONAL DE ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y SALUD” para estudiantes de especialización, maestría y doctorado de nuestra escuela

Desarrollo y trabajo colaborativo para el desarrollo de dos artículos científicos en el área de estudios sociales. Estos artículos serán publicados en revistas de impacto indexadas en la Web of Science (antiguo ISI).

Discusión abierta de temas relacionados con el cuerpo y llamado para integrar diálogos transversales con otras unidades en la Universidad.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date2/22/198/22/19

Main Funding Source

  • Internal

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