Estructura evolutiva del cuidado, desarrollo socio-cognitivo y prácticas cotidianas

Evolutionary structure of care, socio-cognitive development and daily practices

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Juan José Giraldo Huertas, Mg.

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El desarrollo infantil en el marco del ciclo vital puede resultar limitado si se eligen variables, además de la edad, que sólo se circunscriben a condiciones inevitables para la supervivencia. Este artículo recoge un intento por lograr una definición amplia, más allá del ciclo vital y en el marco de una estructura evolutiva del cuidado. Para tal objetivo, además de una discusión conceptual previa sobre una estructura evolutiva del cuidado y desarrollo socio-cognitivo, se presentan algunos resultados del Programa Inicio Parejo de la Vida. Se analizan los datos de 1177 participantes sobre actividades delectura, juego y otras más consideradas constitutivas e indispensables en la definición adoptada de desarrollo infantil y cuidado. Un primer análisis descriptivo de estos resultados indica una situación adversa para más del 80% de los niños participantes y genera dos hipótesis a discutir e indica una necesidad de atender con mayor urgencia la función de los agentes de cuidado y desarrollo en diversos niveles de atención.

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Juan José Giraldo Huertas, Mg., Universidad de la Sabana

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Departamento de Psicología del Desarrollo y la Educación

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