Postgraduate Research Student, Faculty of Social Sciences
Macarena holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Chile (2007) and a MA in Sociology from the University of Warwick (2010). Before she joined the School, she worked as a researcher for the United Nations Development Program in Chile being involved in the production of the Chilean Human Development Reports (2007-2009/2010-2013). She also taught some modules on social research methods in the University of Chile, Alberto Hurtado University and University of Valparaíso. Currently, Macarena is doing a PhD in Sociology at the School of Sociology and Social Policy. Her areas of interest include: the sociology of respect, social inequalities, subjective wellbeing, the capabilities´s approach and mixed methods research.
Macarena's PhD project aims to develop a sociological understanding of the phenomenon of respect through the empirical and theoretical analysis of two dimensions of it: 1) its connection with the… read more
Macarena's PhD project aims to develop a sociological understanding of the phenomenon of respect through the empirical and theoretical analysis of two dimensions of it: 1) its connection with the moral dimension of class inequality and 2) its impact on individual agency. The project aims to develop a theoretical model which connects the concepts of respect, class inequality and agency as well as an empirical model which enables the study of their interconnections. A multimethod strategy is proposed to study this phenomenon in Chilean society, in which the demand for respect has become increasingly important. Macarena is funded by CONICYT-Chile and her supervisors are John Holmwood and Tracey Warren.
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