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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.100.2017.tde-01122017-112615
Document
Author
Full name
Ismael Eduardo Schwartzberg Arteaga
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Urquidi, Vivian Grace Fernandez Davila (President)
Araujo, Jose Renato de Campos
Aulicino, Madalena Pedroso
Pereira, José Carlos Alves
Title in Spanish
Lógicas Ch'ixi de la migración boliviana en São Paulo - Brasil
Keywords in Spanish
Abigarramiento social
Dimensiones coetáneas
Lógica ch´ixi
Migración
Abstract in Spanish
A partir de los Estudios Culturales Latinoamericanos, la siguiente investigación propone un abordaje que considera la migración de los bolivianos en São Paulo como un proceso social denso, complejo, donde varios aspectos económicos como subjetivos se contradicen pero a la vez se complementan, reinventando la estructura social del país de origen. La lógica de la contradicción complementación, que subyace como estrategia de interpretación en esta disertación, es la que definimos como lógica ch´ixi, siguiendo a la socióloga e historiadora aymara, Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui, teórica crítica de la subalternidad latinoamericana. El análisis del proceso migratorio boliviano a partir de lo ch´ixi posibilitó una interpretación diferente a la racionalidad dicotómica occidental o a las representaciones mediáticas miserabilistas y estigmatizantes. Este concepto fue el hilo conductor que posibilitó comprender la reinvención de las estructuras organizativas de los inmigrantes bolivianos como su abigarramiento social. Para los objetivos trazados usamos recursos metodológicos cualitativos de la etnografía como de la sociología de la imagen y la historia de vida de miembros de una comunidad tipo de inmigrantes bolivianos
Title in English
Logics Ch´ixi of Bolivian Migration in São Paulo - Brasil
Keywords in English
Abigarramiento Social
Coetaneous dimensions
Logica ch´ixi
Migration
Abstract in English
Based on Latin American Cultural Studies, the following research proposes an approach that considers the migration of Bolivians in Sao Paulo as a dense, complex social process, where several economic as well as subjective aspects contradict but at the same time complement each other, reinventing the social structure of the country of origin. The logic of contradiction - complementation, which underlies as a strategy of interpretation in this dissertation, is what we define as ch'ixi logic, following the Aymara sociologist and historian, Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui, a critical theoretician of Latin American subalternity. The analysis of the Bolivian migratory process throught the concept of ch'ixi allowed an interpretation different from the western dichotomous rationality or the miserabilistic and stigmatizing media representations. This concept was the guiding thread that made it possible to understand the reinvention of the organizational structures of Bolivian immigrants as their social variegation. For the objectives outlined, we used qualitative methodological resources from ethnography as of the sociology of the image and the life history of members of a typical community of Bolivian immigrants
 
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2017-12-13
 
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