Explorando a resistência das mulheres contra a ocupação e a guerra na Ucrânia

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/1806-9584-2022v30n175862

Palavras-chave:

Guerra, Ucrânia, Mulheres , Resistência, Crimeia, Ocupação

Resumo

O artigo apresenta os resultados da exploração teórica e prática de várias formas, categorias e tipos de resistência feminina na Ucrânia e no exterior à ocupação e à guerra na Ucrânia a partir de 2013-2014. O objetivo principal do artigo é explorar e explicar essa resistência. Os dados primários para análise foram coletados por meio de entrevistas semiestruturadas com uma variedade de mulheres ucranianas em Kiev, Praga e Varsóvia entre abril e junho de 2019. As entrevistadas foram selecionadas por meio do método de amostragem intencional. Os dados secundários foram baseados na análise de artigos acadêmicos, dados de organizações nacionais e internacionais, instituições de caridade, bem como informações do discurso da mídia em sites da Internet. Além disso, um dos principais objetivos da pesquisa era descobrir o impacto da resistência das mulheres à mudança de estereótipos, modelos e desigualdade de gênero no Exército e na sociedade ucranianos.

Biografia do Autor

Oksana Koshulko, Alfred Nobel University

Ph.D. in Economic Sciences, Associate Professor.
Dr. Koshulko is an international researcher and an expert in the areas of Female and Labor international migration. Her academic career includes the international experience of implementing academic projects in Poland, Ukraine, and Turkey. She is a grant holder and a scholar of numerous international establishments, such as the Polish Academy of Sciences “Jozef Mianowski Fund,” Poland; the Network of East-West Women, USA; the Scientific & Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK), Turkey; the Association for Women in Slavic Studies, USA; the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS), Canada; the Queen Jadwiga Scholarship Fund of Jagiellonian University, Poland; the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), Sweden; UNESCO, Romania, and Poland; the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission's Science & Knowledge Service, Belgium; and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Sweden.
Dr. Koshulko continues her international research concerning migrants and their children at the international level to aid the improvement of migration policy worldwide. The results of her studies can be seen in her books as well as in numerous international peer-reviewed journals and presentations.

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2022-05-23

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