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Trends in Research: Bioculture, Social Metabolism and Territory in the 21st Century

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Dustin Tahisin Gómez Rodríguez ,
Dustin Tahisin Gómez Rodríguez

Universitaria Agustiniana, FCEA, Colombia.

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to analyze the dynamic interaction between Bioculture, Social Metabolism and Territory, in order to understand how these complex and intertwined dimensions shape human societies, impact environmental sustainability and shape cultural practices. A qualitative methodology that integrates two complementary approaches is employed. First, bibliometric searches are conducted using specific equations focused on the analytical categories of Bioculture, Social Metabolism and Territory. Second, a documentary review is conducted through triangulation between these and emerging categories, using the PRISMA protocol as a guide. It is concluded that understanding the interrelationship between Bioculture, Social Metabolism and Territory as shaping elements of human societies offers a valuable analytical framework, fundamental to address contemporary challenges, from environmental sustainability to social equity

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Gómez Rodríguez DT. Trends in Research: Bioculture, Social Metabolism and Territory in the 21st Century. SCT Proceedings in Interdisciplinary Insights and Innovations [Internet]. 2024 Apr. 7 [cited 2024 Jun. 16];2:246. Available from: https://proceedings.saludcyt.ar/index.php/piii/article/view/246

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