Herencia social, capital humano y familia en Brasil

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https://doi.org/10.24201/es.2023v41n123.2280

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Movilidad social, Herencia, Capital humano, Endogamia, Género

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La desigualdad social de género se desarrolla a lo largo del ciclo vital del individuo. La convergencia de tres factores contribuye a este fenómeno: a) una sutil prioridad de la inversión económica de las familias en los hijos varones; b) el menor rendimiento del capital humano de las mujeres; c) la endogamia matrimonial mediada por el origen social. Se vio que la mujer brasileña pobre es triplemente penalizada en este contexto, pues además de obtener el menor rendimiento del capital humano entre todos los grupos sociales, y por su falta de origen de recursos, su posibilidad de movilidad vía unión conyugal se ve disminuida por el patrón de endogamia por clase social existente en Brasil.

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Alan Araújo Freitas, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Alan Araújo Freitas es doctor (PhD) en Sociología por el PPGSA/UFRJ/Br. Pos-doctorado en Ciencias Sociales por el PPGCSO/UFJF/Br. Miembro de la Asociación Internacional de Sociología (ISA). Sus líneas de investigación incluyen nuevos abordajes teóricos, metodológicos y desigualdades sociales.

Dos de sus trabajos más recientes son:

1. Freitas, Alan (2023). Welfare Process and Social Stratification in Brazil. In The Palgrave Handbook of Global Social Problems. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.


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Araújo Freitas, A. (2023). Herencia social, capital humano y familia en Brasil. Estudios Sociológicos De El Colegio De México, 41(123), 805–838. https://doi.org/10.24201/es.2023v41n123.2280
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