Poverty, exclusion and gender inequality in Spain
- María Manuela Poveda (UV); Antonio Santos (UV); Felipe Morente (U. Jaén); Inmaculada Barroso (U. Jaén); Pablo Galindo (UGR); Dolores Frutos (UM); Alexia Sanz (UNIZAR); Carlos Gómez Bahillo (UNIZAR); Esther Puyal (UNIZAR); Imanol Zubero (UPV); María Luz de la Cal (UPV); Inma Pastor; Ignasi Brunet; Amado Alarcón; Ángel Belzunegui
Funded by Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación
The purpose of this research project is to analyze from a gender perspective, which is the logic behind the social processes of impoverishment and social exclusion that affect women in Spain and how their experience, ie, how they define poverty and its relations with the other elements around them: family, work, social groups, housekeeping, care of dependents. The central focus of research is to compare poverty and differences in the processes of impoverishment and social exclusion among women and men in Spain.