Género y ciudadanía en el Perú: nuevos escenarios y agendas de investigación

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  • Susan Vincent St Francisis Xavier University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26490/uncp.sl.2022.6.1.1376

Palabras clave:

género, ciudadania, escenario, investigación

Resumen

La forma en que el Estado reconoce la ciudadanía con respecto a los roles de género en Perú ha estado fuera de sintonía con las prácticas reales de género. Durante la mayor parte del período transcurrido desde la colonización española, el ciudadano medio ha sido designado oficialmente o imaginado como varón heterosexual. Durante el último medio siglo, las mujeres han llegado a ocupar un papel de ciudadanía independiente de formas que las incitan a ajustarse a un modelo de moralidad materna y responsabilidad doméstica. En la economía neoextractivista actual, con la fuerte voz pública del conservadurismo social y la corrupción política arraigada, esto plantea limitaciones de comportamiento y el riesgo de endeudamiento. Muy pocos cambios de política se han dirigido a transformar los roles de género masculino o dirigirse a los ciudadanos LGBTI. Solicito más investigación sobre las implicaciones de esta situación para apoyar los movimientos que luchan por que todos los peruanos, independientemente de su identidad de género o sexualidad, vivan una vida plena.

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Vincent, S. (2022). Género y ciudadanía en el Perú: nuevos escenarios y agendas de investigación. ocialium, 6(1), vii-xxii. https://doi.org/10.26490/uncp.sl.2022.6.1.1376