Invisibility in ellipsis: Perceptions of the vital space in childhood and in older adults in three communities in Quito.

Translated title of the contribution: Invisibilization In Suspensive Points: Perceptions Of Vital Space In Childhood And In Older Adults Of Three Communities In Quito.

Ana Lorena Campo Arauz

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Abstract

This article aims to present a report of psycho-social research on perceptions of life, which has employed the ethnographic method in 2 communities around Quito, Ecuador. The first one, at 24 de Mayo Boulevard, in which the invisibilization of children and adolescents (NNA) in street situations is observed. And the second, the "María Auxiliadora" dining room, located in the commune of Lumbisí, in which psychosocial factors are identified that situate it as a space of well-being for the elderly, in front of duels typical of their experiences.
Translated title of the contributionInvisibilization In Suspensive Points: Perceptions Of Vital Space In Childhood And In Older Adults Of Three Communities In Quito.
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Pages (from-to)1
JournalGrafo Working Papers Revistas Digitales (Redi-Uab)
Volume8
Issue number2019
DOIs
StatePublished - 22 May 2019

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