EMIGRA Working Papers

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18 p, 112.1 KB Deciding Where to Belong. Gender Differences in Educational Trajectories and Migration in a Rural Spanish Town / Konvalinka, Nancy (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (Espanya). Departamento de Antropología Social y Cultural)
Este texto se presentó como comunicación al II Congreso Internacional de Etnografía y Educación: Migraciones y ciudadanías. Barcelona, 5-8 Septiembre 2008.
From an anthropological perspective, formal post-secondary schooling is not an abstractentity with an intrinsic value that everyone finds desirable, but rather one alternative among many that young people evaluate from their different positions in the social field. [...]
Observation of the age, gender, and civil status structure of the population led to the preliminary query: Why do men and women, in this town, behave differently with respect to migration and marriage? The main hypothesis was that women’s longer school trajectories and resulting migration and men’s anchoring in the town and their higher rates of celibacy were not drastic changes in values, in the positional-relational sense of Bourdieu (1988, 2002), but the current outcome of previously existing dissimilar relations to property that produce dissimilar mobility. [...]

2007
EMIGRA working papers, Núm. 2 (2007) , p. 1-18  

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