Revista de la Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Sede México

Exposición al crimen violento y cambios en los arreglos residenciales de niñas y niños en México

David Ramirez, Julieta Perez-Amador




Resumen

Los efectos del homicidio en la esperanza de vida están bien documentados en la literatura; sin embargo, ha sido poca la atención sobre el impacto de la tasa de homicidio en las dinámicas familiares y en la estructura familiar. Para ayudar a cubrir este vacío en la literatura, vinculamos datos censales de 1990, 2000 y 2010 con tasas de homicidio a nivel municipal para investigar la relación entre el incremento en la tasa de homicidio y el cambio en los arreglos residenciales. Por medio de técnicas de modelación aptas para inferir su asociación, buscamos identificar el posible impacto de diferentes niveles en la tasa de homicidio en los arreglos residenciales de niñas y niños a nivel local. Nuestros resultados aportan evidencia sobre los efectos del crimen violento en el bienestar de las familias y de las niñas y niños en el país.

Palabras clave

Homicidio; crimen violento; arreglos residenciales; niños; México.

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