O fazer e o não-fazer de imigrantes e cidadãos:

repensando o estudo de movimento humano

Autores

  • Bridget Anderson Universidade de Bristol - UK

Palavras-chave:

migrante, cidadão, nacionalismo metodológico, racismo, mobilidade

Resumo

Os estudos sobre as mobilidades e as mobilidades humanas nos chamam a atenção para o problema do nacionalismo metodológico e constituem um campo que demanda novas abordagens. Ainda que os Estados produzam muitas categorias para agrupar e governar pessoas, certas categorias são necessárias à própria formação do Estado-nação, e a população "imigrante" é uma dessas categorias. No contexto onde subjetividades são moldadas por dicotomias, tais como cidadão/imigrante, o artigo pergunta como pesquisamos a imigração sem reforçar o imigrante como um sujeito problemático e como reconhecemos o papel fundamental desempenhado pelo Estado-nação sem cair no nacionalismo metodológico. O estudo defende a desnaturalização das categorias tanto a de imigrante quanto a de cidadão. Recomenda que tomemos mais cuidado com as limitações existentes no âmbito da cidadania mediante a abordagem racial, e à forma como alguns Estados exercem controle sobre o deslocamento de cidadãos pela via do Estado de bem-estar social. Estas duas formas podem contribuir para estabelecer conexões entre os migrantes e os cidadãos (formais).

Biografia do Autor

Bridget Anderson, Universidade de Bristol - UK

Bridget Anderson é Doutora em Sociologia pela Universidade de Oxford. Professora Titular na Escola de Sociologia, Política e Estudos Internacionais, Universidade de Bristol.

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ANDERSON, B. O fazer e o não-fazer de imigrantes e cidadãos:: repensando o estudo de movimento humano. Revista Trilhos, Santo Amaro, Bahia, v. 2, n. 1, p. 49-65, 2021. Disponível em: https://revistatrilhos.com/home/index.php/trilhos/article/view/61. Acesso em: 3 dez. 2021.

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Dossiê Mobilidades, Controle e Resistência: Jornadas e Inclusões Diferenciadas.
Recebido em: 26/10/2021
Publicado em: 26/10/2021