Anuario electrónico de estudios en Comunicación Social "Disertaciones"

ISSN-e: 1856-9536

Ni aquí ni allá: Nociones de hogar y sentido de pertenencia en el contexto de la migración.

Ricardo Gomezorcid

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12804/revistas.urosario.edu.co/disertaciones/a.4897

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Resumen


La pregunta ¿dónde queda el hogar? es difícil, especialmente para los migrantes, quienes viven en un lugar diferente a su lugar de origen. Es particularmente difícil para aquellos que no tienen documentos y por lo tanto no tienen ni reconocimiento legal ni derechos, y están en constante riesgo de ser detenidos y deportados. A través de fotografía participativa y entrevistas, proceso que se ha llamado fotohistorias, se exploran experiencias humanas relacionadas con la migración en ee.uu., y en la frontera entre este y México. El artículo trata sobre las nociones contrapuestas relacionadas con el hogar y el sentido de pertenencia que surgieron en las experiencias compartidas por migrantes en estos dos contextos. Los migrantes evidenciaron diferentes nociones de “hogar” así como de “pertenencia”, que reflejan los diferentes grados de transitoriedad e impermanencia en su cotidianidad.


Palabras clave


migración; identidad; hogar; Estados Unidos; México

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