TITLE

Asociatividad en las mujeres tejedoras paraguayas en el distrito de Yataity, Guairá, Paraguay

AUTHOR(S)
Olmedo Barchello, Selva Margarita; Achinelli Báez, Marcela Fernanda; Ayala Alfonso, Dahiana Elizabeth
PUB. DATE
July 2016
SOURCE
Revista Internacional de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales;jul2016, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p43
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This work aims to gather the experience of associativity Paraguayan women weavers in the district of Yataity, Guaira; po'i considered the cradle of the year. The craftsmanship is characterized as a trade that is passed from generation to generation family. Production and marketing of cultural goods not only be considered an alternative for women to earn income and achieve economic autonomy, but brings many benefits to the family and the community and generate processes associativity among women. The development of the research conducted through a documentary-bibliographical analysis, compiling statistics of the Directorate General of Statistics, Surveys and Censuses and the Paraguayan Institute of Handicrafts, besides the application of focus groups with the various committees of artisan weavers Guaira. The reality is found that this sector is vulnerable without the proper implementation of public policies, without which the reduction of poverty status of many women artisans and the long-awaited road to economic and social development would not be achieved; where the cooperative sector has a key role in promoting the principles of equality, equity and solidarity.
ACCESSION #
118034515

 

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