Author: Rebelín Echeverría Echeverría
This article analyzes the situation of social exclusion that rural indigenous women domestic workers currently living in the urban area of Merida, Yucatán. This analysis discusses the status of that group considering social exclusion on three basic aspects: cultural exclusion, economic exclusion and exclusion rights. The methodology of this study is qualitative interpretive phenomenological with semi structured interview technique. At the time, participated 12 rural indigenous women household per day (input output) employed. How to be a woman is discussed, being indigenous and domestic worker brings cumulative disadvantages in contemporary society.