El Carnaval una estrategia educativa y política de visibilizaciónel caso de la población desplazada en Altos de Cazucá, Bogotá, Colombia

  1. Adriana patricia Moreno Gutiérrez
Supervised by:
  1. Martha Orozco Gómez Director

Defence university: Universidad de Burgos

Year of defence: 2017

  1. Martín Rodríguez Rojo Chair
  2. Dolores Fernández Malanda Secretary
  3. María Asunción Cifuentes García Committee member
  4. Maria Elizabeth Galarza de Eid Committee member
  5. Evangelina Bonifácio Committee member
  1. Ciencias de la Educación

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 453895 DIALNET lock_openRIUBU editor


Throughout history the party has always accompanied humanity, as is evidenced by the festive character of the human being, homo Festus. Elements such as the power of laughter and joy to cope with the daily demands of life create time and space for relaxation and total detachment, enabling routine discharge burden to proceed to the next business day. Carnival becomes the space to not forget or hide the fact but to mock her, to vent and to shout loudly, disagreements, needs, injustices and ailments of a community absorbed by poverty, fear and violence. A community marginalized by an ignorant world of existence in this context of human beings who also have dreams and illusions, but unfortunately the media have stigmatized, causing the total exclusion of members to society.