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-------- Society fon- Participator Research (PRIA), op. cit.

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* PARK, Peter, Universidad de Massachusetts, Aniherst, 1989. Traducción de Maria Cristina Salazar, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, 1990.

1 En el Diccionario de María Moliner encontramos que comprender es “encontrar; naturales, razonables o justificados los actos o sentimientos de alguien, los motivos de ellos, etc.”. Comprender a una persona es “encontrarla estimable o admirable por sus sentimientos o ideas, o a pesar de ellos”.(Nota de MCS).

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