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Jóvenes hablando de jóvenes de sectores populares: un estudio a nivel local sobre problemáticas de jóvenes vulnerables y/o excluidos socialmente a partir de opiniones y expresiones de esos jóvenes

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  • Gentile, Natacha
  • Sowyn, Fernando M.

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La finalidad perseguida con este trabajo tiene que ver con reunir elementos de análisis que permitan mejorar los diseños de programas sociales de inclusión juvenil considerando la perspectiva de las personas involucradas directa e indirectamente con la problemática: gestores y/o trabajadores sociales tal como se realizó en una primera etapa y jóvenes de sectores populares tal como se propone aquí.

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  • Gentile, Natacha & Sowyn, Fernando M., 2013. "Jóvenes hablando de jóvenes de sectores populares: un estudio a nivel local sobre problemáticas de jóvenes vulnerables y/o excluidos socialmente a partir de opiniones y expresiones de esos jóvenes," Nülan. Deposited Documents 1857, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales, Centro de Documentación.
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    Jóvenes; Opinión; Vulnerabilidad Social; Problemas Sociales;

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