Summary of Catalina Wainerman. Entrevista en el marco del ciclo Pioneras. Mujeres de la sociología argentina

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In this video, Catalina Wainerman discusses her journey to becoming a sociologist and the challenges she has faced as a woman in the field. She discusses her work on gender and labor market participation, and how her work has implications for understanding socioeconomic statistics over the past century.

  • 00:00:00 Catalina Wayne Herman, a sociologist, tells her story of how she became interested in sociology and her journey to becoming a sociologist. She shares how her father, who was a Russian immigrant and a political activist in Argentina during the first Peronist government, was a major influence in her life. She went on to study architecture and then philosophy, before discovering sociology and deciding to study it. She discusses her experience as a student of sociology and how it has shaped her career.
  • 00:05:00 Catalina Wainerman discusses how she became interested in sociology and how her experience as an interviewer for Ana María Eichelbaum's study on early childhood parenting patterns led her to pursue a career in sociology. She also discusses how her earlier training in architecture helped her develop a sensitivity to spatial and design cues in social contexts.
  • 00:10:00 Catalina Wainerman, a sociologist from Argentina, discusses her extraordinary organizational capacity and the role it has played in the development of the Argentine sociology institution, including its teaching and research capacities. She also discusses the role of public libraries and publications in this development, and the impact of modernizing psychosocial research on pedagogy in the three aforementioned universities. This was a time of great change in Argentine society, and Wainerman's sociological studies were instrumental in shaping the field during this time.
  • 00:15:00 This video features the interview of Catalina Wainerman, a sociologist who has made significant contributions to the field of sociology in Argentina. Wainerman discusses her upbringing and how her experiences as a student in Germany helped shape her approach to sociology. She also discusses her mentorship of Rosemary Cardosa, a sociologist who went on to become a professor at Cornell University. Wainerman discusses the importance of sociological research and the impact it has had on her career. She talks about the challenges of being a sociologist in a modern, multicultural society and the importance of having strong relationships with other professionals in the field.
  • 00:20:00 Catalina Wainerman discusses her experiences as a woman in the sociology field in Argentina, including her experiences as a part of the "pioneers" of the discipline. She discusses the challenges she faced in her early years in the field, including dealing with discrimination based on gender. She discusses her experiences as a researcher and teacher, and her current work focusing on gender in the context of social movements.
  • 00:25:00 Catalina Wainerman discusses her background and research in sociology, including her work on gender and labor market participation. She speaks about how her experiences as a woman in academia and the academy's lack of recognition of her work led her to establish her own research program and methodology. She discusses how her work has implications for understanding socioeconomic statistics over the past century.
  • 00:30:00 Catalina Wainerman discusses her experience studying sociology, including the effects of 1960s changes on sociology textbooks. She also discusses the impact of political events on the textbook industry, and the importance of eliminating sexist content from school textbooks.

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