Autoclassificação de classe e construção identitária em duas gerações de mulheres migrantes nepalesas em Portugal

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Our theoretical framework seeks to articulate the dynamics of identity construction and negotiation of belonging in migrant females with aspects related to social mobility and class self-classification, as a symbolic component of self-perception that situates and influences the integration and social relations established by migrant women. We begin with a research question about the relationship between class self-classification in two generations of Nepali women in Portugal and the construction of "compound identities" by the migrants. In methodological terms, we used NVIVO 11 software to qualitatively analyze the data collected from 30 sociodemographic questionnaires and 30 semi-structured interviews lasting 1 hour and 30 minutes (with 20 1st generation Nepali migrant women and 10 2nd generation Nepali women in Lisbon's region), having specifically analyzed the identity dimension and the class self-classification subcategory. In addition to data from ethnographic research, participant observation and field diary. The results obtained demonstrate that class self-classification in two generations of Nepali females in Portugal and the social mobility resulting from migration dialectically influence the identity construction and negotiation by these migrant women, determining results in terms of their social exclusion or inclusion.
Título traduzido da contribuiçãoClass self-classification and identity construction in two generations of Nepalese migrant women in Portugal
Idioma originalPortuguese
Número de páginas15
RevistaSociologia On Line
Estado da publicaçãoSubmetido - 2023

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