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BORJA OROZCO, Henry; BARRETO, Idaly  and  SANCHEZ, Vanessa. Street sellers’ attitudes of Chapinero neighbourhood about their working and political conditions. Diversitas [online]. 2008, vol.4, n.2, pp. 279-290. ISSN 1794-9998.

This is a descriptive study multidimensional whose goal is to understand the attitudes of a group of 31 vendors from the Chapinero’s locality off the dimensions: work, health, security, and politics. To that end, a survey was designed structured with open questions (size) and closed (demographics). We performed the analysis of textual data with statistical techniques as multivariate analysis correlation and the specific method. The results show that for street vendors are the most important dimensions health and work which, according to reports, are those that allow them to meet their basic needs.

Keywords : Attitudes; Health; Working conditions; Employment situation.

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