División Social por Estratos, Materialismo y la Situación de los Perros en Colombia
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Palabras clave

Materialismo
estratificación social
Colombia
perros de raza
Bogotá

Cómo citar

Luna-Cortés, G. (2019). División Social por Estratos, Materialismo y la Situación de los Perros en Colombia. Civilizar: Ciencias Sociales Y Humanas, 19(37), 57-70. https://doi.org/10.22518/usergioa/jour/ccsh/2019.2/a03

Resumen

La presente investigación examina una serie de variables que influyen en la preferencia de los dueños de perros de raza en Colombia, así como la forma en que la estratificación social modera esta relación. Se elaboró una investigación de orden cuantitativo, utilizando una encuesta estructurada como herramienta de recogida de información. El trabajo de campo se llevó a cabo en Bogotá. La muestra está formada por dueños de perros de la capital de Colombia. A través de la metodología SEM, test de invarianza y análisis multi-grupo, los resultados muestran que el materialismo influye en la percepción social de los dueños sobre los perros de raza; los perros de dueños más materialistas muestran mayores problemas de comportamiento, lo que influye en la intención de los dueños de abandonarlos. En la mayoría de los casos, estas conductas se presentan en menor intensidad en los ciudadanos de estratos medio y alto que en aquellos que viven en estratos bajos.

https://doi.org/10.22518/usergioa/jour/ccsh/2019.2/a03
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