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Metodologías en torno a los estudios del cuerpo: el drama de la Cenicienta


  • Liuba Kogan

    (Universidad del Pacífico)


En la presente ponencia presentada en LASA 2013, analizamos las metodologías utilizadas para el estudio del cuerpo en un corpus de investigaciones –desde fines de los años 80– en diferentes áreas disciplinares de las ciencias sociales y humanidades –elaborado para el caso peruano– con el fin de discutir las características y pertinencia de los enfoques metodológicos desarrollados, y los retos para la investigación que se derivan de ello.

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  • Liuba Kogan, 2013. "Metodologías en torno a los estudios del cuerpo: el drama de la Cenicienta," Working Papers 13-02, Centro de Investigación, Universidad del Pacífico.
  • Handle: RePEc:pai:wpaper:13-02

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    1. Nelson Oviedo & Gustavo Yamada, 2017. "Educación superior y subempleo profesional, ¿Una creciente burbuja mundial?," Working Papers 1609, Departamento de Economía, Universidad del Pacífico, revised Feb 2017.
    2. Adriana Camacho & Julián Messina & Juan Pablo Uribe, 2017. "The Expansion of Higher Education in Colombia: Bad Students or Bad Programs?," DOCUMENTOS CEDE 015352, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES-CEDE.

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