Impactos político-pedagógicos do uso do nome social nas histórias de vida de travestis negras brasileiras
Jesus, Elísha Silva de
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This Master dissertation aims to understand how the implementation of ordinance 8.727/2016, which provides for the respect of the Brazilian social name at school, impacts or has impacted on the life stories of black transgender in the metropolitan regions of Sorocaba and Campinas, state of São Paulo. The methodology has the basis into qualitative research through interviews with students in the sense of understanding their life history. They were three black transgenders interviewed. Their interviews comprise more than four hours of recorded and transcribed dialogue. The interviews were done remotely to adhere to Covid-19 restrictions; the interview methodology was well received by the University ethics committee. This dissertation also highlights how the colonial occupation had prevented the black population from having the right to a name and surname and other degrading techniques used to marginalize the black community. In summary, the social name can be understood as political- pedagogical tension between search for black transgender dignity, gender identify acknowledgment and denial of the exercise of citizenship that is based on racism, anti-gender bill and cis compulsory heteronormativity.
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