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Tipo de Material (Spa): Artículo
Título : Desnutrición, etnicidad y pobreza en el Ecuador y el Área Andina
Autor : Larrea Maldonado, Carlos
Descriptores / Subjects : DESNUTRICIÓN
ETNICIDAD
POBREZA
MALNUTRITION
ETHNICITY
POVERTY
Identificador de lugar: ECUADOR
COMUNIDAD ANDINA DE NACIONES, CAN
Fecha de Publicación : oct-2005
Cita Sugerida : Larrea Maldonado, Carlos. Desnutrición, etnicidad y pobreza en el Ecuador y el Área Andina. Quito: 2005. 23 p.
Resumen / Abstract: Este artículo sintetiza varios estudios recientes de autor y otros investigadores sobre el tema, enfocándolo desde dos perspectivas complementarias. En primer lugar se procura identificar los determinantes sociales de la desnutrición, siguiendo el enfoque convencional de la epidemiología. Adicionalmente se enfoca, a partir del marco conceptual de la teoría del desarrollo humano, los efectos de la desnutrición sobre las condiciones de vida. Desde la última perspectiva, se ha planteado la existencia de trampas intergeneracionales de pobreza. La desnutrición de la madre reduce su potencial para aprovechar su educación en la mejora de sus condiciones de vida, aumentando las posibilidades de que sus hijos continúen desnutridos, y reduciendo de esta forma, el potencial de la educación para superar la pobreza.
Descripción : Artículo publicado en el libro Barrera, Augusto, et.al. “Foro sobre la democracia, el bienestar y el crecimiento económico”. UNICEF-FLACSO-Terranueva, 2006
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10644/856
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