Clivajes y linajes en la movilidad social: una aproximación al desarrollo de una tradición teórica exigente

Marcelo Boado Martínez

Resumen


El trabajo busca reordenar y caracterizar el trabajo teórico y metodológico en las investigaciones sobre movilidad social a nivel internacional. El objetivo es establecer un diálogo entre las diferentes posiciones, y hacer explícitos algunos supuestos principales. Los conceptos de linaje y clivaje brindan utilidad necesaria para señalar rupturas y continuidades teóricas. La reflexión final destaca las nuevas condiciones en las que debería de rearmarse el debate e intercambio sobre el tema, dados los importantes cambios socio-económicos a nivel internacional.

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movilidad social; fluidez constante; teoría sociológica, metodología

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