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MARTINEZ, Celeste Morales  e  ORAMAS, María José García. Comparative analysis of case histories of indigenous women as a collective. Psicol. rev. (Belo Horizonte) [online]. 2016, vol.22, n.3, pp. 672-688. ISSN 1677-1168.

The objective of this investigation is to compare the elements associated with the collective participation of indigenous women from two human rights organizations, Kalli Luz Marina (Mexico), and the Regional Federation of Women Asháninkas, Nomatsiguengas and Kakintes, from the Selva Central (Peru), with perspective to gender. Using the Theory of collective action framework, a comparative qualitative analysis was implemented, collecting information through semi-structured interviews of the participants, and organization's archival research. It was found that the organizational process of indigenous women is motivated by the perception of injustice, agency capacity, collective identity and emotions present in the process, which leads them to mobilize and remain in their groups with active participation looking for equal relationships between the genders. Nahua, Asháninka and Nomatsiguenga women organizations contribute to the creation of meeting spaces for their peers and provide relevant elements for the development of culturally situated gender agendas

Palavras-chave : Indigenous women; Gender violence; Collective action frameworks.

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