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Informative Article | Social Science | Mexico | Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019
Marginalization and Development of a Local - Regional Context
Dra. Brenda Ivonne Morales Bentez | Dr. Ramiro Morales Hernndez
Abstract: Marginalization is related to inequalities, lack of opportunities, deprivation of services and social discrimination; it is necessary to know the situation that a State has in order to address the deficiencies, which is how in the present investigation it initially addresses the phenomenon with a comparison of the five states of the Mexican Republic with the greatest marginalization during the period 1990 - 2015, analyzing the data of the National Population Council (CONAPO), in relation to the Marginalization Index, the behavior of the socioeconomic indicators used in its evaluation only for the state of Guerrero is observed, in order to observe the development in the last twenty -five years, Subsequently, a local diagnosis is made in a rural community, using the qualitative methodology through semi-structured dialogues, map of natural resources and land use, participatory workshops with the inhabitants, in order to know the situation of rural territories and in the conditions of the families of those regions concluding in the need to reorient public policies in order to ensure the integration of soci al and economic factors that respond to the needs of the population to facilitate regional development.
Keywords: Marginalization, Social Inequality, and Economic Vulnerability
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019,
Pages: 1579 - 1585
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