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Vol. 35 Núm. 2 (2020): 104, mayo-agosto
Artículos

Trayectorias de movilidad residencial y cuidado en casa de ancianos pobres urbanos

Leticia Robles-Silva
Universidad de Guadalajara
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Publicado 2020-03-26

Palabras clave

  • movilidad residencial,
  • ancianos,
  • cuidado,
  • pobreza urbana,
  • México.

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Robles-Silva, L. (2020). Trayectorias de movilidad residencial y cuidado en casa de ancianos pobres urbanos. Estudios Demográficos Y Urbanos, 35(2), 449–478. https://doi.org/10.24201/edu.v35i2.1867
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El objetivo es identificar los tipos de movilidad residencial entre los ancianos pobres urbanos con base en los espacios de cuidado en la casa donde residen. Los datos provienen de dos estudios etnográficos en Guadalajara, México, con 40 ancianos pobres urbanos. Se analiza la casa como un espacio de cuidado a partir de las características físicas y el uso del espacio doméstico, y las relaciones familiares en su interior para identificar los tipos de movilidad residencial. Cuatro trayectorias de movilidad residencial muestran las circunstancias para la inclusión o exclusión del cuidado en casa y la movilidad residencial entre la casa y el asilo.

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