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      • Durkheim, E. (1895). Las reglas del método sociológico. Buenos Aires: La Pléyede.

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      • Pizarro, C. (2016). “Trabajadores paraguayos en la producción forestal del Delta Interior del río Paraná”. En S. Aparicio y R. Benencia (Eds.), De migrantes y asentados. Trabajo estacional en el agro argentino (pp. 115-138). Buenos Aires: Fundación CICCUS.

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      • Barringer, M.N., Sumerau, J.E., y Gay, D. (2020). Generational Variation in Young Adults’ Attitudes toward Legal Abortion: Contextualizing the Role of Religion. Social Currents 7(3): 279-296.

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      • Calvo, J. (2021). “El cambio puede ser ir separados”. Diario Perfil. Available Here.

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    In greyscales with the academic table format.

    Table 1

    Argentina. School enrolment in privately managed public schools by level of education. Years 1998-2010 (as a percentage of total school enrolement)

    Year Educational Level Total
    Initial Primary Secondary
    2002 27,7 20,4 26,9 23,8
    2003 28,1 20,6 27,0 24,0
    2004 29,3 21,1 27,6 24,6
    2005 30,3 22,0 27,9 25,4
    2006 30,7 22,2 28,0 25,6
    2007 31,0 23,0 28,2 26,0
    2008 31,8 23,9 28,2 26,7
    2009 32,4 24,4 28,2 27,0
    2010 32,2 24,9 27,8 27,1

    Source: Prepared by the authors on the basis of Statistical Yearbooks of the National Ministry of Education..

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