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Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 15 2020)
In this context, far from forming a more equal society thanks to a virus that beyond its current reach does not distinguish between social origins, it should be noted that the situation widens material, social and symbolic inequalities.
SDG 10: Reducing inequalities
Simone Cecchini, Senior Social Affairs Officer of the Social Development Division of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) spoke about SDG 10. Reducing inequality between and within countries requires an understanding of the social and economic processes that generate i...
Invisible violence against women and girls with disabilities: elements supporting the continued practice of forced sterilisation in Chile
In 2017 Chile is denounced by the United Nations, together with 37 other countries, for practising forced sterilisation against women and girls with disabilities. This research explores the views of Chilean activists, professionals and researchers on elements that support the continuation of this pr...
Political militancy and aesthetics in the neoliberal city
This article analyses the development of forms of militancy in conjunction with how urban space is experienced and produced in the district of La Boca, the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. I show that the state and private developers transformed the neighbourhood space, relying on the aes...
Young academics, new technologies and inequality
The purpose of this article is to analyse the social and economic characteristics of young academics in relation to internet access and the skills they have in the use of technological resources in the context of developing virtual distance courses. The interest emerged from the current discourse an...
FERIA Y JUEGO : de espacio público a lugar común, Santiago de Chile
Marco Zuriaga, A. (2020). FERIA Y JUEGO : de espacio público a lugar común, Santiago de Chile. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/150575
LA POBREZA EN JALISCO: UNA COMPARACIÓN REGIONAL
there is no doubt that one of the great achievements of the French Revolution was the idea of ‘democracy’ and the beginning of the struggles for the recognition of ‘human rights’ since the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. The good ideas and laws that have given rise, ho...
Towards an economy of wellbeing
In this text “being well” is related to the aim of achieving “the greatest happiness for the greatest numbers”. Contrary to what it might seem, this perspective can be translated into a quite concrete set of priorities, such as reducing poverty, decreasing inequality, eliminating different forms of...
LA PARTICIPACIÓN DE LA MUJER EN EL DESARROLLO DE LAS HUMANIDADES Y CIENCIAS SOCIALES. REFLEXIONES DE NUESTRO TIEMPO
This paper analyzes the repercussions regarding equality or inequality that have a social impact both economically and politically on either men or women. Therefore, among other aspects, this study addresses women ́s par- ticipation in the History of México; the education imparted to women and men i...
Media literacy in primary school: new challenges in the digital age
today there are heated debates in the world about the major changes and immense advances that technology has made possible in our societies. Digital divide, digital skills, information and knowledge society, resource inequality, etc. These are all concepts that inevitably emerge when reflecting on w...
Stories and simulation games to work on social justice in science at the earliest ages
Social justice is an increasingly important reference in today’s world, where constant technological advances and global economic effects coexist with a growing social inequality gap. There is an urgent need to reconcile progress with social engagement. In the field of education, this concern should...
Wage inequality between Latin American and native immigrants in the United States (1980-2010)
We look at the pay gap among US workers between 1980-2010. Pay differences by gender, place of origin and type of occupation are analysed. Overall, the pay gap between men and women, and between natives and immigrants, is maintained over time and increases in both cases. There is a higher concentrat...
Corruption for the rich and poor in Mexico: Who supports it even more?
summary of who is most affected by corruption, rich or poor? Who is most likely to validate corrupt, rich or poor activities? A key question that a citizen faces is whether he or she accepts to coexist in a corrupt system or not; in other words, if people had an option to choose between a corrupt an...
New social security models in the face of new forms of employment and technological change
Summary New forms of work, technological change, demographic and epidemiological conditions, poverty and inequality, pose challenges and require social security, keep pace with change, diversify and adapt for the benefit of the whole population. In this context, international solutions have emerged...
Municipal expenditure on education and its effect on the distribution of income at local level in Chile
Summary Four municipal expenditure measures on education per capita are used to analyse their effect on income inequality at community level in Chile. Inequality is quantified by Gini, Theil, 10/10 and 20/20. The longitudinal study considered 316 communes to estimate fractional response probit model...
Elements of reflection for the purpose of making science a more trusted ally in the fight for social justice
In this article we present some elements of reflection for the design of mechanisms that will enable science and technology products to have a positive effect in terms of equity, i.e. we intend to provide avenues for answering the question on how can we turn science and technology into a more confid...
The new American middle class. Towards greater economic and social security
All economic and social data provided by the most diverse official bodies show that the Ibero-American countries continue their path towards higher levels of prosperity. Only a few clouds obscure this picture, such as social inequality and citizen security.
Social education politics in a Europe of inequalities
The aim of this research is to analyse some indicators which allow us to understand the current state of social education politics in Europe, with special reference to Spain. Some European and Spanish social and educational policies which try to confront the challenges of the current financial crisi...
Navarro Rodríguez, MÁ. (2019). Palimpsestos mexicanos. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/130234
La construcción social del problema de la educación: un estudio antropológico desde la perspectiva y los modos de vida de los grupos familiares The social construction of the education problem: an anthropologic study from the perspective and way of life of family groups
Este trabajo presenta algunos resultados de una investigación antropológica en curso sobre el problema de la educación y la desigualdad. Este artículo se centra en los procesos de construcción social de la "persona educada" teniendo en cuenta la perspectiva y los modos de vida de un conjunto de fami...
Cultural expansion and attention to needs: outline of teaching positions in teachers and teachers of physical education in socio-educational policies
This work presents conclusions from the analysis of the official documents of a socio-educational programme called the Centre for Infferential Activities (CAI) under the National Social Policy Directorate (DNPS) and the fieldwork carried out at the sites of the programme. An attempt will be made to...
Migration experience of (in) mobility: migration, gender and environment in the lower area of Canton Cañar
This research work seeks to understand how migration processes in Canton Cañar are experienced by women who have not migrated. It also describes how this migration experience of “staying”, combined with structural historical phenomena such as the sexual division of labour and the environmental probl...
Exclusion, inequality and uprooting, from the experience of students from Veracruzana University, Xalapa region
In Mexico, there is little relevance between curricula and the real needs of society. This disparity has led to complex transformations within the higher education system. However, the results achieved were not optimal. This study is of an exploratory nature, with an empirical benchmark in public un...
Pioneering attempts on labour legislation for domestic service. A look from inside Argentina: Cordoba in the 1920s
The work examines the first attempts by the State to intervene in domestic service, outlining its nature, scope and underlying conceptions, as well as the reasons that prevented it from progressing. These initiatives did not become laws due to the absence of organised pressure from households and, m...
Class inequalities and access to higher education in Argentina and Brazil during an expansionary phase of the education system
In Latin America, the gross enrolment rate in higher education increased strongly between 1990 and today. To what extent was this expansion accompanied by further democratisation in access opportunities at the higher level? The article looks at changes in the relationship between social origin of cl...