Una mirada a lo contemporáneo en Trabajo Social

Autores/as

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29344/07171714.42.3659

Palabras clave:

contemporáneo, conceptualización, derrotero, Trabajo Social

Resumen

El artículo analiza la conceptualización de lo contemporáneo y busca conocer cuáles son sus rasgos distintivos en el Trabajo Social como disciplina profesional. A través de una aproximación bibliométrica a 157 artículos, se observa una predominancia de publicaciones en países anglosajones y una tendencia ascendente, aunque no constante, en la producción de estas investigaciones. El análisis subraya que lo contemporáneo en el Trabajo Social trasciende cronologías específicas, al enfocarse en un sentido epocal que facilita la comprensión del mundo y la historia. Se resalta la importancia de la formación profesional, la adaptación a nuevas realidades sociales y la necesidad de un enfoque ético. Además, se enfatiza el papel del conocimiento científico en la comprensión y la explicación de fenómenos sociales, y se promueve la integración entre investigación y práctica. El artículo concluye que ser contemporáneo en el Trabajo Social implica un enfoque crítico y reflexivo, comprometido con la justicia social y los derechos humanos.

Biografía del autor/a

Victor R. Yáñez Pereira, Universidad Autónoma de Chile

Chileno. Doctor en Trabajo Social, Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina. Vicedecano de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Universidad Autónoma de Chile. Director de la Red Internacional en Trabajo Social (RIITS) y la Red Internacional de Estudios en Territorios y Familias (REIFT). Talca, Chile.

Ronald Zurita-Castillo, Universidad Autónoma de Chile

Chileno. Candidato a Doctor en Trabajo Social, Universidad Nacional de la Plata. Académico docente en la Universidad Autónoma de Chile. Talca, Chile. 

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