Percepción y espacios subjetivos del miedo en las víctimas retornadas en el marco del conflicto armado: hacienda las Tangas 1988 – 2016
Páez Vargas, Albert Andrés | 2020-08-06
The subjectivity of space has perception as its main element, which from humanistic and perception geography allows us to address the subject of interest of this research: the relationship of subjectivity in the construction of spaces of fear among the violent events that led to dispossession. and abandonment of land that occurred in the Las Tangas hacienda during the hegemony of the paramilitary group led by Fidel Castaño in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and the subsequent restitution of land to the victims between 1988 and 2016 by means of law 1448 of 2011 or law of victims and land restitution.
Las Tangas ranch had 2.014 ha, currently about 1.000 ha have been restored, which corresponds to 143 properties. The field visit and interviews with the parceleros allowed, based on the case study methodology and the technique of discourse analysis, speaking, to identify the main fears of the victims of the armed conflict, already returned or restored. The result of the field research work was able to show that the fear is still present in the victims, they have not yet managed to live completely in peace, the presence of the Castaños, of their violence, is still present, even if they are dead, generations will pass to extirpate his horror legacy of memory.