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Más allá de la apropiación humanista: agencia y co-construcción de los adultos mayores frente a las tecnologías digitales

Alexander Castleton

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Este ensayo crítico busca contribuir a la discusión emergente en América Latina sobre la relación entre el envejecimiento y las tecnologías digitales. Para ello, parte de la problematización de ideas deterministas sobre la apropiación de la tecnología por parte de los adultos mayores y su inclusión digital. Se discute la postura de este grupo frente a la tecnología y se contrasta esta posición humanista con enfoques posthumanistas del llamado “giro material”, los cuales han considerado la co-construcción o constitución mutua entre adultos mayores y la tecnología, y argumentan en contra de ontologías esencialistas. Se sostiene que el envejecimiento es un proceso que sucede de manera conjunta a distintos artefactos, así como a discursos, políticas, normas, entre otros aspectos. De esta manera, se propone que el estudio sobre la relación entre adultos mayores y tecnologías digitales vaya más allá de la discusión sobre distintas formas de apropiación y se enfoque en su co-construcción.


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Tecnologías de la información; Envejecimiento; Vejez; Brecha digital; Digitalización; Internet

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