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|Title:||Jovens feministas : um estudo sobre a participação juvenil no feminismo no Rio de Janeiro|
|Other Titles:||Young feminists: a study about the young participation in feminism of Rio de Janeiro|
|Keywords:||Educação; Diversidade; Desigualdade social; Feminismo; Adolescência; Juventude; Participação juvenil; Rio de Janeiro (RJ); Práticas sociais; Práticas educativas; Educação de jovens; Educação de adultos; Education; Diversity; Social inequality; Social practices; Educational practices; Young adult s education; Youth; Feminism; Youth participation|
|Abstract:||Throughout its history the feminism was attended by many young generations, but only very recently, young women began to reclaim knowledge, and discussions an specific áreas within the youth movement, as was done by black and lesbians feminist from the 1980s. This dissertation seeks understand the factors that contribute for the formation identity of Young feminists and analyze its insertion in the contemporary feminist movement in Rio de Janeiro Metropolitan Region. For this, besides the literature review, methodological strategies were used as the observation of activities of the movement, the analysis of some documents and semi-structured interviews with young adult activists and feminist. Whereas that any action collective phenomenon expressed an unambiguous language, inside the diversity within feminism that makes up, the two major feminist articulations of local and national actions were taken as reference: the Articulation of Brazilian Women (Articulação de Mulheres Brasileiras) and the World March of Women (Marcha Mundial das Mulheres). Initially, the paper presents brief historical retrospective of feminism, which records the performance of its relevance to the many achievements towards equity between women and men. The articulation of feminist identities and youth is a strong reference to mothers and inclusion of young people in NGO s and/or others movements as defining of their approach to feminism, which often hadn t a good image. The participation of young people is marked by different perceptions about the intergenerational relations: some people understand as a harmony way, there are those that identify conflicts, but take the place of heirs from the movement legacy, and there are many others that problematize and do not accept there relationships and the place that often they are designed within the movement. As regards the specific guidelines of the young women, that rather than presenting new agendas, It s what happen the demand for a cut of generational issues already defended by the movement. In relation to specific areas for strengthening of youth within feminism, just one of those interviewees do not consider it necessary. However, different from what happens in Brazil, in Rio de Janeiro this segment was still not as collective subject.|
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