Journal title PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’
Author/s Carlos Vázquez-Rivera, Jacquelinee Rojas-Livia, Grekchy Meléndez, Luz Sánchez, Jennifer Abreu, Alicia Montañez Bryan Sanabria, Dagnairé Rodríguez, Alexandra Mattos
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2021/2 Language Spanish
Pages 18 P. 76-93 File size 206 KB
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INARO is a Participatory Action Research which is working with a rural community in Puerto Rico. In 2017 they experienced one of the most devastated hurricanes in the past 100 years. Starting from the Social Community Psychology (SCP) and refortalecimiento the objec-tive of this article is to analyze the community characteristics that hinder people participation after a socio-natural disaster. The authors will be presenting the results of seven (7) focus groups performed with the community. Among the identified barriers can be mentioned: fear, personality differences, lack of generational communication, resistant to new relationships, shame, among others. Participation is a more complex notion in practice than we anticipate, so understand their barriers is essential.
Keywords: socio-natural disasters, participation, Social Community Psychology, refortaleci-miento, community, barriers.
Carlos Vázquez-Rivera, Jacquelinee Rojas-Livia, Grekchy Meléndez, Luz Sánchez, Jennifer Abreu, Alicia Montañez Bryan Sanabria, Dagnairé Rodríguez, Alexandra Mattos, INARO, participación comunitaria y desastres socio-naturales: Barreras y dificultades in "PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’" 2/2021, pp 76-93, DOI: 10.3280/PSC2021-002006