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Un estudio de los determinantes del divorcio en Uruguay

  • Bucheli Marisa

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  • Andrés Vigna

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No obstante la existencia de una legislación temprana respecto al divorcio, en Uruguay ha aumentado significativamente la cantidad de divorcios a partir de la segunda mitad de la década de los ochenta. El propósito de este trabajo consiste en identificar las características, individuales y de la pareja, que se asocian con un mayor riesgo de divorcio para dos generaciones de mujeres, según la evidencia que aporta la Encuesta de Situaciones Familiares de 2001. Los resultados, obtenidos a partir de la aplicación del análisis de supervivencia, se condicen, en general, con lo que predice la teoría: la presencia de hijos y la religiosidad de las personas funcionan como estabilizadores del matrimonio. Se encuentra también que la existencia de un período de cohabitación previa al matrimonio funciona en detrimento de éste, aumentando así el riesgo de divorcio. Respecto a las diferencias detectadas entre generaciones, las mismas atienden, básicamente, a la educación combinada de los esposos y a las diferencias de edades entre éstos.

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Volume (Year): (2005)
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