Construction of citizenship in hospitalized children, Peru

Fernando Ledesma Perez, Maria Caycho Avalos, Juana Maria Cruz Montero, Andrea Ayala Sandoval

Abstract


Citizenship is the exercise of the fundamental rights of people in spaces of participation, opinion and commitments, which can not be violated by any health condition in which the individual is. This research aims to interpret the process of construction of citizenship in hospitalized children, was developed through the qualitative approach, ethnomethodological method, synchronous design, with a sample of three students hospitalized in a health institute specializing in childhood, was used Observation technique and a semi-structured interview guide were obtained as results that hospitalized children carry out their citizenship construction in an incipient way, through the communication interaction they make with other people in the environment where they grow up.


Keywords


Construction, citizenship, hospitalized children, participation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32829/ges.v1i1.73

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