Reproducción Precaria En Los Hogares Mexicanos, Un Marco Referencia
[Household Precarious Reproduction In Mexican Society, A Reference Frame]
AbstractFrom beginning of the eighties decade, with the arrival of the neoliberalism to Mexico, the familiar homes have experimented an adjustment in their income and expenses composition. These adjustments are linked directly to the changes in the labour and the reform of the State, and both are the main reason of the restrictions that faces today the family for their development. Continuing this reflection, in this writing I offer a frame of analysis to place in the plane of the theory and of the context of the globalization the familiar precarious reproduction process. A circular dynamics on which they converge: a) conditions of poverty in their traditional meaning of restricted income; b) limitations to accede to the wage-earning employment, as well as their tendency to autoemployment; c) vulnerability and uncertainty, and d) serious conflicts in the area of the familiar and social relations.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 5247.
Date of creation: 2007
Date of revision: 2007
Publication status: Published in Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana, Grupo Eumed.net, Universidad de Málaga, España. Issue 86.Septie(2007): pp. 1-26
precarious reproduction; household; capital; neoliberalism;
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