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¿Qué historia sabemos de las personas reconocidas como pobres por las estadísticas? Un análisis exploratorio que a través del enfoque de la narrativa, interpela la forma limitada en que muchas veces miramos y entendemos el mundo social que nos rodea

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  • Gentile, Natacha

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Nuestro trabajo se orienta a rescatar mediante el enfoque narrativo qué sienten, padecen, perciben y opinan personas pobres que viven en un Partido de la Provincia de Buenos Aires sobre sus problemáticas, a fin de comenzar a reconocer e incorporar estos relatos a la reflexión en torno al diseño, clasificación y gestión a nivel local de políticas sociales de lucha contra la pobreza.

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  • Gentile, Natacha, 2012. "¿Qué historia sabemos de las personas reconocidas como pobres por las estadísticas? Un análisis exploratorio que a través del enfoque de la narrativa, interpela la forma limitada en que muchas veces m," Nülan. Deposited Documents 1791, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Centro de Documentación.
  • Handle: RePEc:nmp:nuland:1791
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    Pobreza; Pobres; Problemas Sociales;

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