Relações duradouras para além de fronteiras: jovens filipinos migrantes na Europa e seus cuidadores que permaneceram nas Filipinas

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/1980-4512.2021.e78480

Palavras-chave:

Relações intergeracionais, Cuidadores(as), Jovens migrantes, Separação, Reunificação familiar, Famílias filipinas transnacionais

Resumo

A migração familiar filipina resulta em muitas crianças “deixadas para trás” aos cuidados de parentes, mas reunificações familiares subsequentes podem disparar ajustes emocionais na díade criança-cuidador(a). Partindo de trabalhos de campo etnográficos realizados na França, na Itália e nas Filipinas, este artigo visa lançar luz sobre essas mudanças. Examinando casos de migrantes da geração 1.5 na França e na Itália e seus parentes cuidadores que permaneceram nas Filipinas, este artigo descortina a natureza mutável e flexível dos cuidados infantis em famílias transnacionais filipinas e as dificuldades emocionais interligadas entre cuidadores, crianças e pais. A despeito destas, a relação cuidador(a)-criança perdura para além de fronteiras, ao mesmo tempo em que migrantes da geração 1.5 reconhecem os esforços de seus pais e cuidadores.

Biografia do Autor

Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot, Université libre de Bruxelles

PhD in Sociology. Université libre de Bruxelles. Laboratoire d'Anthropologie.Bruxelas, Bélgica

Itaru Nagasaka, Hiroshima University | HU · Graduate Shool of Humanities and Social Sciences

Doctor of Letters, Kobe University.

Bruno Botelho Costa, Instituto Federal do Espírito Santo Campus Montanha Montanha-ES, Brasil

Doutor em Educação, na área de Filosofia e História da Educação pela UNICAMP (2012-2017). Visiting Graduate Researcher (doutorado sanduíche) na University of California, Los Angeles (2014-2015), sob supervisão do Prof. Dr. Carlos Alberto Torres. Mestre em Educação, na área de Filosofia e História da Educação pela UNICAMP (2008-2010). Graduado (licenciado e bacharel) em Filosofia pela Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (2003-2007). Desde 2019, é Professor EBTT de Filosofia no Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Espírito Santo (IFES). Em 2018, foi professor substituto na Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso (UFMT) e de 2017 a 2018, na Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso (UNEMAT). Atuou como docente na educação básica da Rede Estadual de Educação de São Paulo, na Rede Privada em Campinas e em cursos de Graduação e Pós-Graduação. É membro do grupo de pesquisa Núcleo de Ensino, Pesquisa e Extensão em Pedagogia, Pedagogia Social e Educação Social (NUPEPES). Áreas de interesse: Paulo Freire, Educação Popular, Cultura Popular, Ensino de Filosofia, Filosofia da Educação, Filosofia Brasileira, Filosofia da Libertação, Epistemologias do Sul, Descolonização.

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2021-03-12