Principios morales de la guerra: Actitudes frente a la transgresión

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Title Principios morales de la guerra: Actitudes frente a la transgresión
 
Creator Marulanda Hernández, Juan Carlos
Yañez Canal, Jaime
 
Description The possibility to stablish rules to control armed actions needs a broader understanding of the factors involved in the compliance and transgression of moral principles established by international humanitarian law. In this paper it explores the attitudes towards military strategies can be used to make war, as well as the conditions producing a change in attitudes. It used a sample of 169 persons, made up of demobilized people from illegal armed groups (FARC and AUC), member of armed forces and university students. After analysis of the results, it has beenconcluded that group differences and military target evaluations determine attitudes toward war actions.
La posibilidad de implementar reglas que regulen las acciones armadas en tiempo de guerra exige una comprensión más amplia de los factores implicados en el respeto o la transgresión de los límites morales establecidos por el derecho internacional humanitario. En el presente estudio se exploran las actitudes frente a un conjunto de conductas y estrategias militares empleadas en la guerra, así como de los factores que pueden dar lugar a un cambio en dichas actitudes. Se contó con la participación de una muestra de 169 personas, conformado por desmovilizados de grupos armados ilegales de Colombia (FARC y AUC), fuerza pública y estudiantes universitarios. Tras el análisis de los resultados, se concluye que las diferencias de grupo y las valoraciones sobre los objetivos de las acciones militares influyen en las actitudes frente a los actos de guerra.
 
Publisher Corporación Universitaria Iberoamericana
 
Date 2017-06-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://reviberopsicologia.ibero.edu.co/article/view/rip.10101
10.33881/2027-1786.rip.10101
 
Source Revista Iberoamericana de Psicología; Vol. 10 Núm. 1 (2017): Revista Iberoamericana de Psicología; 1-8
2500-6517
2027-1786
 
Language spa
 
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