2009
DOI: 10.1590/s1517-45222009000100007
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Familismo y cambio social: el caso de España

Abstract: El familismo de la sociedades está frecuentemente ligado a las limitaciones que presentan los Estados de Bienestar al hacer recaer sobre ellas un protagonismo excesivo. Referido a la sociedad española, los cambios sociales han sido importantes y rápidos, hasta el extremo que en algunos casos pueden transmitir la imagen de crisis familiar, pero sin embargo, la familia goza de una gran salud y sigue siendo de manera constante la institución más valorada por los españoles. No obstante, también quedan muchos ámbit… Show more

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“…Argentina, Spain, and Colombia are characterized by collectivism and familism (Agudelo, Cava, & Musitu, 2001; Facio & Resett, 2011; Sánchez Vera & Bote Díaz, 2009). In fact, family is seen as being more important than country, religion, or politics (Bornstein et al, 2012; Facio & Resett, 2011; Sánchez Vera & Bote Díaz, 2009). Nevertheless, the families of the Colombian adolescents who participated in the study were, due to social circumstances, more exposed to violence and conflict than the low-income adolescents in Argentina and Spain.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Argentina, Spain, and Colombia are characterized by collectivism and familism (Agudelo, Cava, & Musitu, 2001; Facio & Resett, 2011; Sánchez Vera & Bote Díaz, 2009). In fact, family is seen as being more important than country, religion, or politics (Bornstein et al, 2012; Facio & Resett, 2011; Sánchez Vera & Bote Díaz, 2009). Nevertheless, the families of the Colombian adolescents who participated in the study were, due to social circumstances, more exposed to violence and conflict than the low-income adolescents in Argentina and Spain.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…During the period of Spanish dictatorship under General Francisco Franco (1939–1975), the government imposed a national–Catholic family model. In contrast, in the years subsequent to the transition to democracy up until the present day, Spanish society has been much more permissive of modern forms of coexistence and the family (Sánchez Vera & Bote Díaz, 2009). This has obviously had repercussions on parental relationships and expectations.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Spain is characterized as a society that values family, in fact, un 85.4% of the general population values it as very important after health with a 88.4% (CIS, 2014). Moreover, family is seen as being more important than country, religion, or politics (Sánchez and Bote, 2009). In the Spanish population, researchers have observed mothers' and fathers' tendency toward similar socialization styles for boys and girls from 11 to 17 years (Garaigordobil and Aliri, 2011).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…La familia constituye uno de los pilares del Sistema de Bienestar Familista que prevalece en los países latino-mediterráneos 25 . Según este modelo, la familia es el espacio «natural» de desarrollo y resolución de conflictos vitales.…”
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