Princípios organizadores, habitus e práticas familiares

Autores

  • Gabrielle Anny Poeschl Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
  • Raquel Ribeiro Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
  • Natércia Oliveira Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal

Palavras-chave:

Família, Relações de Género, Estrutura Social, Desigualdade Social

Resumo

A importância atribuída às inserções sociais na perspectiva de Doise sobre as representações sociais e na noção de habitus de Bourdieu é discutida e ilustrada através dum conjunto de estudos sobre as práticas familiares que mostram o efeito das posições sociais sobre as representações sociais e as práticas sociais. Os resultados revelam um consenso sobre o que são as tarefas familiares e quem deve as executar. Eles mostram que os homens e as mulheres concordam em considerar justa a distribuição desigual do trabalho familiar e desejável a diferenciação dos papéis familiares entre maridos e mulheres. O nível de escolaridade leva a variações na crença nas diferenças naturais entre os sexos, nas representações formadas sobre o trabalho familiar e no contributo efectivo dos cônjuges para as tarefas familiares, sem ameaçar, contudo, as posições assimétricas ocupadas pelos homens e pelas mulheres na sociedade.

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2021-04-30

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Poeschl, G. A., Ribeiro, R., & Oliveira, N. (2021). Princípios organizadores, habitus e práticas familiares. Cadernos De Pesquisa, 48(167), 70–99. Recuperado de https://publicacoes.fcc.org.br/cp/article/view/4280

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