Les femmes de l'exil chilien : de l'Unité populaire vers la terre d'asile : une analyse en termes de rapports sociaux

Abstract : The Chilean exile stemmed from two major episodes: the Popular Unity (1970-1973), as a founding experience, and the repression orchestrated by the military dictatorship (1973-1989). The political aspects of this exile have been extensively addressed with the figure of the refugee generally perceived as masculine-neutral. Consequently, the involvement of Chilean women in collective action, their entry into the labour market or their participation in the migratory process are often ignored.The Chilean women in exile went through experiences specific to their gender. However, these experiences differed depending on their various social affiliations. This doctoral work endeavours to analyse these women’s familial, professional, and militant paths from their situation in Chile to their arrival in France, expounding both the subjective level of their personal experiences and perceptions and the objective level of the context and various social relations at play. This work focuses specifically on structuring social relations (social class, age, gender, and race) as well as the varying strategies and resources employed by women.
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Yvette Marcela Garcia. Les femmes de l'exil chilien : de l'Unité populaire vers la terre d'asile : une analyse en termes de rapports sociaux. Sociologie. Université de Strasbourg, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014STRAG030⟩. ⟨tel-01152527⟩

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