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Polis (Santiago)

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REYES ESPEJO, María Isabel; OLIVARES ESPINOZA, Bárbara; BERROETA TORRES, Héctor  y  WINKLER MULLER, María Inés. From the discourse to the practices: Social policy and community psychology in Chile. Polis [online]. 2015, vol.14, n.42, pp.387-413. ISSN 0718-6568.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-65682015000300018.

In this work we address through a descriptive approach the ethical and political dimensions of Community Psychology (CP) in Chilean social policy, starting from a qualitative study which implied three progressive phases: (1) Confection of a cadastre on the offer of Community Programs (CPr) currently available on websites of ten Ministries (N = 101); (2) Descriptive analysis of the orientations and practices implemented in CPr close to ethical-political principles of CP; and (3) Case study of three CPr executed in the Valparaiso and Metropolitan regions. The results show a poor convergence between the principles and ethical-political values of CP and the foundations and practices implemented in examined PCr, while at methodological level exists greater closeness models and strategies proper to the discipline. It is concluded that the incidence of Chilean’s CP in social policies is limited only to technical-methodological level, excluding its guiding principles.

Palabras clave : social policy; community psychology; community intervention; social programs; Chile.

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