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2019, br. 23, str. 1-39
Kroz prizmu feminističke teorije - prošlost, sadašnjost i budućnost obrazovnih politika ravnopravnosti za migrante i migrantkinje
University of Strathclyde, School of Education, Glasgow, UK

e-adresalaura.lovin@strath.ac.uk
Projekat:
The work for this research project was funded by a Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant (ECF-2017-175)

Ključne reči: migranti/migrantkinje; obrazovanje; rod; rasijalizacija; intersekcionalnost; feministički konstrukcionizam; feminizacija migracija; obezvređivanje; obrazovne politike; jednakost u obrazovanju
Sažetak
Tekst ispituje značaj i doprinose feminističkih teorija (feminističkog konstrukcionizma, feminističkih antiesencijalističkih kritika, pojma feminizacije migracija i intersekcionalne analize) za analitička ispitivanja neksusa/isprepletanosti migracija-obrazovanja. Tekst otvara prošireni uvod koji situira obrazovanje u odnosu prema fenomenima migracije, ali i širem kontekstu izgradnje nacije, kolonijalne ekspanzije i neravnomernog regionalnog razvoja. Uvidi iz feminističkih teorija se smatraju ključnim za usložnjavanje razumevanja režima istorijske vidljivosti i analitičkih orijentacija u razumevanju zapadnih i zemalja sa globalnog severa kao (navodnog) prostora mogućnosti, pravičnosti i jednakog tretmana, gde težak rad, diplome i zvanična uverenja o obrazovanju garantuju socioekonomsku mobilnost nagore za sve "dobre" migrante/migrantkinje. Prvi deo teksta situira analitički aparat feminističkog konstrukcionizma u odnosu prema državnim intervencijama u intersekciju režima migracija-obrazovanja ispitivanjem konfuencija između biološkog i kulturalnog determinizma u oblikovanju životnih izgleda migranata/migrantkinja preko rodnih i "rasnih" socioekonomskih uloga i hijerarhija ljudske vrednosti i potencijala u sadašnjem globalizovanom poretku. Počevši sa pojmom feminizacije migracija i zaključujući sa analitikom intersekcionalnosti, drugi deo teksta pokazuje kako su slepe mrlje u istraživanjima i javnim politikama u odnosu prema procesima i pitanjima roda i rasijalizacije umetnute i otelovljene u istorijske i savremene sisteme moći, i kako vode ka ishodima koji ne nude vizije jednakosti u obrazovanju migrantkinja i migranata.
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