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INDICE PRESENTACIÓN ............................................................................................... 02 I. MARCO CONCEPTUAL .................................................................................... 04 1. CONCEPCIONES SOBRE LA NIÑEZ ......................................................... 04 2. CONCEPCIÓN ANDINA DEL TRABAJO DE LOS NIÑOS .......................... 05 2.1 El trabajo como pauta de crianza .................................................... 05 2.2 Solidaridad familiar en contextos de pobreza .................................. 07 2.3 Percepción del niño/a que trabaja .................................................... 08 2.4 Referentes alternativos de desarrollo para niños y niñas ............... 08 3. REDES SOCIALES EN LOS CENTROS MINEROS ARTESANALES ......... 08 4. REPRESENTACIONES SOCIALES ............................................................. 09 II. OBJETIVOS ................................................................................................ 11 III. METODOLOGÍA ......................................................................................... 11 1. UNIVERSO DE ESTUDIO .............................................................. 12 2. TÉCNICAS DE RECOLECCIÓN DE DATOS ................................. 12 3. DIMENSIONES DE ANÁLISIS ....................................................... 13 IV. RESULTADOS ............................................................................................ 15 A. POTOSÍ – BOLIVIA ............................................................................ 16 1. CARACTERÍSTICAS ..................................................................... 17 1.1 Derrotero histórico ................................................................. 17 1.2 Situación actual ...................................................................... 19 1.3 Actores sociales ................................................................... 21 1.4 Organizaciones sociales ........................................................ 25 2. DINÁMICA FAMILIAR .................................................................. 26 II.1. Relaciones familiares: afectos, y conflictos ........................ 26 II.2. Expectativas sobre el futuro ............................................... 29 2.3 Estrategias de sobrevivencia ................................................ 31 3. SER NIÑO O NIÑA EN COMUNIDADES MINERAS ..................... 35 3.1 Conceptualizaciones sobre la niñez ................................... 35 3.2 Necesidades, responsabilidades y derechos ....................... 37 3.3 Valoración de la educación .................................................. 38 3.4
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