When ethnography is no more bearable : the very sexism as a reality and a political discourse of kanak men from the slums in Noumea New-CaledoniaReportar como inadecuado




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1 GTMS - Genèse et transformation des mondes sociaux 2 LAU - Laboratoire d-anthropologie urbaine

Abstract : The new political context in New-Caledonia makes people deal with various ethnies and groups of population. As far as possible, quite all of them try to build a peaceful society including everybody, men and women, young and old people. The situation is rather different in the oceanian slums, which have increasingly arose since the beginning of the nineties all around Noumea and within the vacant spaces of the city. In their political alternativ project for the country, Kanak men living in the slums focus on what could root them in a typical oceanian way. Very sexist attitudes on this purpose is lead at a top level, in everyday life as brought up as a political discourse. Both make it difficult for an ethnologist to bear a fieldwork survey.

Keywords : New-Caledonia sexism ethnologist Noumea research colonisation





Autor: Dorothée Dussy -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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