Mulheres negras na universidade: trajetórias de vida e dimensão ocupacional do racismo
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Justification of the study. Racism can be defined as a system that operates in society and causes avoidable and unfair inequalities in relation to resources, skills and opportunities, to certain groups. This research intended to understand, even with all the difficulties imposed by racial inequalities, such as students black women have joined and stayed at university. Number of participants. The study participated, 3 students from the Federal University of São Carlos, located inside the city of São Paulo- SP, to contemplate the different moments of education, 3 students who declared themselves as representing 3 different moments (undergraduate, master's and doctorate). Collection procedure. Data production was performed using Body Maps a qualitative and intersectional method based on art. Method of analysis of Results. The analyses of the results of this research were performed through analysis based on the technique developed by Braun and Clarke. Main results. The results showed that the motivations they brought and maintain each of these students in the academic space, goes through family, social and political issues. They present several obstacles to their training process, such as coping with the racial prejudice, economic difficulties and the subjectivity of the construction of the his blackness in this space. Final considerations. The research showed the different trajectories of women historically excluded from the formal spaces of knowledge, using a contemporary research methodology and able to make this record in a way that artistic, collaborative and respectful to these stories.
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