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How are we to interpret this then? Social cartography, transdiscipline and epistemological disorder working with three social health organizations to the south of Buenos Aires

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Francisco Gelman Constantin ,
Francisco Gelman Constantin

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Instituto de Biociencias, Biotecnología y Biología Traslacional (FCEN); Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Instituto de Justicia y Derechos Humanos; Agencia I + D + i. Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Anahí Sy ,
Anahí Sy

Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Departamento de Salud Comunitaria e Instituto de Justicia y Derechos Humanos; CONICET. Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Paula Derossi ,
Paula Derossi

Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Departamento de Salud Comunitaria. Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Brenda Moglia ,
Brenda Moglia

Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Instituto de Justicia y Derechos Humanos; CONICET. Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Cinthia Sapienza ,
Cinthia Sapienza

Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Instituto de Justicia y Derechos Humanos. Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Abstract

The presentation dealt with an experience of a transdisciplinary research project carried out with different spaces of participation and territorial work, close to the National University of Lanús. Methodologically, it put into practice collectively social mapping. The selected spaces - an community orchard, a soup kitchen and a day center for the elderly - were linked in different ways to health care in an integral sense. The objective was to understand the way in which care strategies and practices were deployed in these spaces before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Each of the three experiences had its particularities, but as a whole they represented an instance of dislocation of the place of disciplinary knowledge in the production and interpretation of the cartographic object. Cartography is linked to colonial expansion, its maps function as a mode of appropriation of the real; social cartography, on the other hand, proposes a counter-geography, subverting the established order through a reconfiguration of territories.(1) In this sense, knowledge was deployed through novel ways of writing and reading. Likewise, the feedback spaces contributed to the reworking with the organizations, outside the conventional epistemic and analytical parameters. When it came to interpretation, mapping also disarmed and reconfigured the researchers for the analysis, favoring an inter, multi- and transdisciplinary dialogue that operated on images, memories and accounts of experience towards the production of a knowledge in movement

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Gelman Constantin F, Sy A, Derossi P, Moglia B, Sapienza C. How are we to interpret this then? Social cartography, transdiscipline and epistemological disorder working with three social health organizations to the south of Buenos Aires. SCT Proceedings in Interdisciplinary Insights and Innovations [Internet]. 2024 May 3 [cited 2024 Jun. 16];2:264. Available from: https://proceedings.saludcyt.ar/index.php/piii/article/view/264

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