TITLE

De la pobreza a la exclusión: implicancias teórico-prácticas pensadas desde Argentina

AUTHOR(S)
Marcón, Osvaldo Agustín
PUB. DATE
October 2010
SOURCE
Prospectiva;oct2010, Issue 15, p207
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The words used to describe reality and condition categorize thinking modes. For instance, the term 'poverty' is used to limit the spectrum of a problem to its mere socioeconomic dimension, thus promoting not only existing standpoints but also types of social relationships which are established as social patterns. In contrast to this, the idea of 'exclusion' allows for the flexibility of poverty frontiers, emphasizing its political character, and, at the same time, draws a fine line between those who do not conceive themselves as poor and those who are believed to be poor. Theoretically and practically, the notion of poverty served to configure unfair Latin American social structures nesting charitable men and charity objects and founded on the view of social affairs as being circumstantial rather than structural. Specific illustrations for the Argentinian case are given.
ACCESSION #
82035920

 

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