Foto-voz como Técnica de Investigación en Jóvenes Migrantes de Retorno. Trayectorias migratorias, identidad y educación
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CitationOchoa O'Leary, Anna & Herrera García, Martha & Zavala, Erika. (2020). Foto-voz como Técnica de Investigación en Jóvenes Migrantes de Retorno. Trayectorias migratorias, identidad y educación. Empiria. 15-49. 10.5944/empiria.45.2020.26303.
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AbstractThe objective of this article is to describe in a general way the Photo-voice research tecnique and assess whether extending the scope of this tecnique to the issue of return migration helps us to understand the role played by migratory trajectories, language, stigma and identity in the educational aspirations of returning youth at the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS). Likewise, it is our objective to present the main findings in three categories of analysis: migratory trajectories, stigma-identity, and the educational aspirations of young returnees. Methodology: Foto-Voz is a technique of qualitative research, non-representative sampling and participatory action. Participated in a photography workshop: young people of returned, young people without migratory experience and professors from the Faculty of International Studies and Public Policies of the UAS in Culiacan, Sinaloa, where they express their migratory experiences and their educational aspirations through photos and small narratives. 15 participants were recruited, through direct invitation, dissemination of information from the photography workshop and by a snowball. Findings: Extending the scope of the Fotovoz to the issue of return migration of young people, is useful in providing newcomers with tools to express their identity (still incomprehensible to them) with symbolic representations through photographs. Their testimonies reflect an introspection and an effort of self-knowledge about their feelings and perspectives. Under this methodology we identify and prioritize situations of exclusion and inclusion in migratory trajectories and in the process of immersion in the university of the young returned.
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