IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING THE TERRITORY IN THE TRAINING OF COLOMBIAN PROFESSIONALS
This article is part of the discussions generated in the academic field of the Francisco José de Caldas District University (Colombia), taking as reference the broader context of Colombian social and cultural dynamics. Thus, addressing the concept of territory as a specific space where interactions occur that can be of alliance or conflict, concurrence, tensions, cooperation, and co-construction between the different actors that inhabit and transform it, invites the university, society, and the Colombian government to carry out responsible and committed studies with the educational system. In this way, one of the main objectives is to study the implementation of programs in all fields of education that recognize cultural diversity and allow enriching, from a cultural capital, the conceptual and epistemological perspectives, with semantic, cultural, and historical approaches. Thus, this paper invites a profound reflection on the territorial events that affect cultural diversity, ecosystems, and the means of capital production, understood from the social, cultural, and economic spheres.