2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-83332012000200016
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Migração, trabalho doméstico e afeto

Abstract: Partindo de um fenômeno cada vez mais comum na União Europeia-a presença de trabalhadoras domésticas migrantes não-legalizadas nas afluentes casas europeias-, Encarnación Gutiérrez-Rodríguez, professora de Estudos Transculturais da Universidade de Manchester, explora a interface entre trabalho doméstico, política migratória, feminização do trabalho, colonialidade do poder, trabalho afetivo e ética decolonial. Seu livro Migration, Domestic Work and Affect: a decolonial approach on value and the feminization of … Show more

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“…As for the non‐recognition of domestic work as what the author has termed ‘affective work’, Bernardino‐Costa (2012) goes further, situating the discussion about domestic work in a scope that goes beyond the exclusively Brazilian dynamics. The author locates the effects of coloniality from a perspective in which Brazilians live in a context that sustains the pattern of power that operates within that coloniality, as they are in the Global South but not in the unrecognized and hyperbolic ‘America’:
… when we find that the foundation of economic, racial and gender inequalities is the pattern of power based on the coloniality of power, which (in)forms a social imaginary about the nations of the European Union, the political struggle cannot be bounded by issues such as wage improvement.
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Section: Domestic Work Racism and Whiteness In Brazilmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…As for the non‐recognition of domestic work as what the author has termed ‘affective work’, Bernardino‐Costa (2012) goes further, situating the discussion about domestic work in a scope that goes beyond the exclusively Brazilian dynamics. The author locates the effects of coloniality from a perspective in which Brazilians live in a context that sustains the pattern of power that operates within that coloniality, as they are in the Global South but not in the unrecognized and hyperbolic ‘America’:
… when we find that the foundation of economic, racial and gender inequalities is the pattern of power based on the coloniality of power, which (in)forms a social imaginary about the nations of the European Union, the political struggle cannot be bounded by issues such as wage improvement.
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Section: Domestic Work Racism and Whiteness In Brazilmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Perhaps in this new humanism, affective work can be properly recognized, achieving universal respect and recognition for all human beings . (Bernardino‐Costa, 2012, p. 457)…”
Section: Domestic Work Racism and Whiteness In Brazilmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Contrapondo-se a esta visão romântica, alguns estudos historiográficos e sociológicos indicam que o cuidado desenvolveu-se e desenvolve-se sob fortes tensões e conflitos, em cenários nos quais de misturam vínculos de afeto, exploração e violência (Bernardino-Costa, 2012;Machado, 2012;Souza, 2012), e com desfechos quase sempre desfavoráveis às trabalhadoras.…”
Section: Casadas [As Mulheres Brancas] Sucediam-se Nelas Os Partos unclassified
“…Além disso, a existência da imagem do carnaval brasileiro e da malandragem como típicos do povo (DAMATTA, 1997) pode aludir ao fato de que todo brasileiro, em especial os imigrantes, são descompromissados e oportunistas nas sociedades estrangeiras (MONTEIRO, 2010). Entretanto, há um esforço dos próprios brasileiros para descaracterizar essa imagem do Brasil e do brasileiro e evidenciar as potencialidades do território (GOMES, 2012) e a capacidade de trabalhar, mesmo que de forma ilegal ou indocumentada (BERNARDINO-COSTA, 2012;MOREIRA;TURA, 2008).…”
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