Estudios de género y migración: Una revisión desde la perspectiva del siglo XXI

  • Pierrette Hondagneu- Sotelo University of Southern California

Resumen

En los últimos treinta años la investigación sobre género y migración ha crecido de manera significativa, pero es necesario preguntarse dónde se encuentra hoy, a comienzos del siglo veintiuno.  Gran parte de la investigación sobre inmigración muestra una ceguera androcéntrica continua hacia los asuntos feministas y de género (Morakvasic, 1984; Pedraza, 1991), situación que a pesar de no ser novedosa, sigue siendo real. Sin embargo, en este ensayo se presenta una historia diferente, ya que hoy sí existen estudios dinámicos sobre género y migración. La indagación académica sigue estando, de cierto modo, fragmentada y en este breve ensayo esbozo seis corrientes distintivas de investigación de género y migración1.

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Publicado
2018-02-03
Cómo citar
Hondagneu- SoteloP. (2018). Estudios de género y migración: Una revisión desde la perspectiva del siglo XXI. Autoctonía. Revista De Ciencias Sociales E Historia, 2(1), 26-36. https://doi.org/10.23854/autoc.v2i1.77
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Dosier "Migraciones en América Latina"