La calidad de vida de los latinos en Nueva Zelanda

Definiendo su calidad de vida

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  • Alfredo José López Severiche Auckland University of Technology (AUT)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21803/penamer.16.31.491

Palabras clave:

Inmigrantes, Refugiados, Latinoamericanos, Calidad de Vida, Integración

Resumen

Introducción: Esta investigación explora cómo los refugiados e inmigrantes latinoamericanos que viven en Nueva Zelanda definen la calidad de vida. La principal razón para realizar esta investigación fue la falta de investigación académica sobre los refugiados e inmigrantes latinoamericanos en Nueva Zelanda. Objetivo: El propósito de esta investigación es contribuir al desarrollo de la investigación sobre las personas latinoamericanas en Nueva Zelanda, y descubrir los factores que impactan la calidad de vida de estas personas en Nueva Zelanda, y qué se puede hacer para mejorar su calidad de vida. Metodología: Etnografía y auto etnografía fueron las metodologías utilizadas en este estudio. Asimismo, se realizaron 20 entrevistas semiestructuradas a 20 participantes. Resultados: Los hallazgos de esta investigación muestran que las definiciones de calidad de vida dadas por los participantes están alineadas con las de la literatura académica. Por ejemplo, los participantes creen que la calidad de vida significa tener suficientes recursos económicos para vivir con dignidad. También piensan que es necesario sentirse en paz, tranquilidad, alegría y seguridad para disfrutar de una verdadera calidad de vida. Conclusión: En resumen, esta investigación presenta las definiciones de calidad de vida dadas por los refugiados e inmigrantes latinoamericanos en Nueva Zelanda y los factores que contribuyen a la calidad de vida.

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2023-05-11 — Actualizado el 2023-05-11

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López Severiche, A. J. (2023). La calidad de vida de los latinos en Nueva Zelanda: Definiendo su calidad de vida. Pensamiento Americano, 16(31), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.21803/penamer.16.31.491