La posición socio económica en el campo de la actividad física y su relación con la imagen corporal : Aproximación desde el enfoque determinantes/ determinación social de la salud
Babativa-Rodríguez, Oscar Eduardo
This paper analyzes the definition of the category socioeconomic status (PSE) and the variables which is represented in academic products in the field of physical activity in addition to its relationship with body image category. determinants (DDSS) or social determinants of health (DSS): To achieve the objective, elements that allow account if research papers are addressed from one of the two contexts are tracked. It starts with a global tracking through search engines, databases and institutional repositories. Then the path is parameterized, from body image categories (IC) and PSE. The research aims to account for the assessment to 15 years of "Health for All" program 2001 UN within the framework of the Millennium Development Goals. summaries of products were reviewed, discarding those where the PSE category or its associated descriptors have a secondary role. He just Latin America and Spain for its colonial historical tradition; with the aim of knowing the position of this community to the global process of health in the world. The final group parameterised criteria are applied from the theoretical review, to answer the questions based on the implications of the PSE in the current thinking of the scientific production in the field of physical activity; and how the other categories of analysis are obvious or not. The scientific quality index CASPe, determines the relevance of the texts. On the theoretical side, we find that PSE category, despite being widely used, has a fuzzy conceptualization. Therefore, a definition of PSE supported by the sociological thought is proposed. On the empirical side, by tracking variables that the PSE is replaced in the investigations, there are large differences and the use of multiple and disparate subcategories.