Principales factores socio-culturales determinantes en la pobreza del Perú: 2000-2012.
Marquina Sánchez, Ruben David
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This thesis seeks to find not only purely economic grounds based on the theme of poverty, but focuses on aspects sometimes forgotten in the various national research and start from our daily reality such as social explanations. As we know there are very few studies that combine efforts to explain the origin by which poverty in our country is still present, and although the economic growth of recent years has been generated in Peru has helped to reduce the incidence figures poverty, the reality appears to be another as there are large gaps of inequality between rural and urban areas where many people are very backward, with the presence of a high rate of illiteracy among its people, and where lack of money as the search for ways to bring at least one home bread has led to social chaos manifested in the increased percentage of robberies, assaults, violence, crime, corruption and vices such as alcoholism or drug addiction in which there are submerged many Peruvians to try to forget their troubles for a moment. Similarly the lack of values and the loss of our national identity has led to strengthening the idea that "the worst enemy of a Peruvian is another Peruvian". Therefore, this work that makes use of an explanatory model has been developed to identify and analyze the main socio-cultural determinants of poverty in Peru, such as cultural awareness based on education and the beliefs of guilt reflected in laziness and vices present in each individual of the Peruvian population. Hoping that the results serve to focus the issue of poverty from other forms of perspective.