El Fútbol en Tres Tiempos Sociales: Observaciones de un Festival Asociativo en Caju, Río de Janeiro, Brasil 2014

Fernando Segura Millan Trejo, Adriana Islas Govea

Resumo


El objetivo del artículo radica en exponer avances de investigación sobre el deporte, el fútbol en particular, en tanto herramienta de trabajo social. Con base en la observación del festival Football for Hope Caju 2014 desarrollado durante el Mundial de Brasil en la zona portuaria de Rio de Janeiro en julio de 2014, se busca aquí reflexionar sobre el uso del deporte para fines sociales. A partir de un marco de referencia general, emanado de investigaciones internacionales ya realizadas, el foco de atención se extiende desde los relatos de los participantes entrevistados de la delegación de Ecuador, la observación etnográfica del festival y su metodología conocida como Fútbol 3 Tiempos. Por este medio, el artículo apunta a un análisis de las percepciones del pasado, el momento del festival y las expectativas de los participantes en tanto destinatarios principales del encuentro.

Palavras-chave


Fútbol - festival asociativo- Ecuador- Tres Tiempos - participación - género

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