Divorcio de los padres y logro educativo de los niños a largo plazo en España: heterogeneidad según la educación de los padres

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https://doi.org/10.5477/cis/reis.183.57

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Divorcio de los padres, Estratificación social, Logro educativo, Momento del divorcio, Transmisión intergeneraciona

Resumen

Este artículo tiene como objetivo analizar la asociación entre el divorcio de los padres durante la infancia y el logro de estudios
universitarios de los hijos para el caso de España, según el estatus socioeconómico de los padres. Para ello, estimamos modelos
de probabilidad lineal a partir de los datos de la Encuesta Social General Española de los años 2013, 2015 y 2017. Los resultados
evidencian una asociación negativa entre el divorcio de los padres y la probabilidad de que los hijos obtengan un título universitario, siendo esta penalización mayor cuando el divorcio se produce entre los 0-5 y 12-16 años. Además, la penalización del divorcio en la probabilidad de obtener un título universitario es mayor para los hijos de padres de alto estatus socioeconómico.

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2023-07-01

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Mejías-Leiva, M., & Moreno Mínguez, A. (2023). Divorcio de los padres y logro educativo de los niños a largo plazo en España: heterogeneidad según la educación de los padres. Revista Española De Investigaciones Sociológicas, (183), 57–76. https://doi.org/10.5477/cis/reis.183.57

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