Domestic work in Navarra Reflections on the perception of South American immigrant women according to their experience in care area [Empleo doméstico en Navarra. Reflexiones en torno a la percepción de mujeres sudamericanas inmigradas, sobre su experiencia en el ámbito del cuidado]
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Riquelme Brevis H.
This paper is presented on the contingency of Latin American migration lived in Spain between (2001-2011). The community of Navarra, Pamplona will be emphasized. For practical purposes, a case study that works with a sample of South American immigrant women whose job is domestic work is analyzed. Key elements were identified and allowed the theoretical-conceptual basis to explore social care processes. As a result of what is mentioned above, thoughtful focal points that allow deeper considerations into some of the motivations and feelings that produced the enrollment of women in domestic work are provided based on sociological definitions that connect the praxis-discourse of migrant population.
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