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Estudios Demográficos y Urbanos
Tan Leather Office Ankle Stephan Strappy Sandals Vol. 27, No. 3 (81) (septiembre-diciembre, 2012), pp. 699-737
https://www.jstor.org/stable/41938430
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Abstract

En este texto se profundiza en los cambios en el tiempo de salida de la escuela de tres cohortes de mujeres y de varones ubicados en dos estratos distintos. La interacción entre la cohorte, el género y el estrato socioeconómico en esta transición es compleja, pues si bien las mujeres estuvieron más expuestas a dejar la escuela en comparación con los hombres, el estrato ejerció un efecto protector sobre la población femenina del nivel medio. En cada cohorte se presentaron avances y retrocesos escobes que beneficiaron a determinados grupos, pero en ningún momento se logró abatir las desigualdades en esta transición. The study analyses the changes through the time in the drop out of school in three cohorts of Mexican people: women and men located in two socioeconomic strata. The interaction among cohort, gender and stratum in this transition is complex because women had higher risk to leave the school in comparison with men, but women of the medium stratum had more possibilities to stay in school. In each cohort there were educational advances and setbacks, due to this certain groups got more benefits, but never the country brought down the inequalities.