Moreno Correa, Julio César; Salas Picón, Wilson Miguel; Valenzuela Bonilla, Elsa Beatriz; Pérez Correa, Kethy Luz; Echeverri Londoño, Maria Catalina; Vásquez Campos, John Harold; Simancas Fernández, Marlen Raquel; Celedón Rivero, José Carlos; Carrasco Tapias, Nayib; Salgado Ruíz, Diana Esther; Hernández Padilla, Juan Alberto; Morales Martínez, Mario Alberto(Ediciones Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Bogotá, ColombiaExternoCiencia Inclusiva, 2019-06)
This work offers conceptual elements and reflection on the effective possibi- lity of repairing the survivors of the armed conflict, by the legal and psychosocial connotations of the term and the real scope of the Victims and Land Restitution Law. The book is based on the results and experience obtained in the research Psychological well-being, quality of life and social support of the population victim of the armed conflict in Colombia, a descriptive, cross-sectional study aimed at establishing the relationship between psychological well-being, quality of life and the perceived social support of the population victim of the armed conflict in Bello, Trujillo, Montería, Santa Marta and Barrancabermeja, and that was benefited with some measure of attention, assistance and reparation of the aforementioned law. Three instruments (whoqol-bref and mos, of perceived social support, and Ryff’s psychological well-being scale) were applied to a total of 1139 people (non-probabi- listic sampling) recognized by the State as victims and benefited with some measure of the law. The results show that there is an association between psychological well-being and the reception of the “attention” measure of the law. The quality of life and social support perceived by the participating population are associated with having received some of the care, assistance and repair measures. The last two chapters present two readings of realities that complement what was addressed in the study: the experiences in Trujillo, Valle and Montería, whose results coincide with the general findings of the study, according to a territorial and individual approach.