Confluenze. Rivista di Studi Iberoamericani

CONFLUENZE – ISSN 2036-0967 is an online peer review journal dedicated to Latin American studies in social sciences and humanities.

CONFLUENZE is an online peer review journal dedicated to Latin American studies in social sciences and humanities.

CONFLUENZE adopts a interdisciplinary perspective through the encounter and dialogue of different approaches taking into account the several cultures of the Ibero-American worlds. Confluenze aims to contribute to advancing the Ibero-American mutual and reciprocal understanding through the production and broad dissemination of research papers in and around the fields of social sciences and humanities from a interdisciplinary point of view. The journal focuses on the Ibero-American regions, but welcomes contributions from neighbouring areas such as the Caribbean, lusophone Africa, North-America and Europe.

CONFLUENZE is indexed, among others, on Scopus, DOAJ, Dialnet, BASE, Scirus, Latindex, MLA, Ulrich's.

Contact: confluenze@unibo.it

 

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Vol 8, No 1 (2016): How to study family diversity in Latin America: methodologies for an anti-hegemonic perspective

Editors: Javier González Díez (javier.gonzalezdiez@unito.it) and Pier Paolo Viazzo (paolo.viazzo@unito.it)

Table of Contents

Editorial. Como estudiar la diversidad familiar en América Latina: metodologías para un panorama anti-hegemónico
Javier González Díez, Pier Paolo Viazzo
1-9

DOSSIER

Mariana Muaze
10-27
Lucía Galleno
28-43
Jorge Ignacio Angulo Barredo
44-68
Daniela Salvucci
69-88
Javier González Díez, Pier Paolo Viazzo
89-104
Danielle M. de S. Sátiro, Angel Espina B. Barrio
105-137
Juan Carlos Sabogal Carmona
138-162
Lilia Leticia García Peña
163-183

ESSAYS

Bárbara Loureiro Andreta, Anselmo Peres Alós
184-197
Carolina Barry
198-214
Bruna Cielo Cabrera, Anselmo Peres Alós
215-224
Cristina Beatriz Fernández
225-238
Hernán Pas
239-248
Camilla Cattarulla
249-260