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RODRIGUES, Núbia Vale; QUEIROZ, Isabela Saraiva de  and  LOZANO, Aida Milena Cabrera. Impacts of (de)territorialization on processes of subjectivation: migratory experiences of Venezuelan refugee women in Bogotá. Pesqui. prát. psicossociais [online]. 2021, vol.16, n.2, pp. 1-20. ISSN 1809-8908.

This article aims to analyze the impacts on the processes of subjectivation of Venezuelan women who, amidst the strong recent migratory flow, find themselves facing a process of (de)territorialization. Discussions are proposed about elements of ethical-political suffering, identity construction and the feminization of migration, based on the production of narratives, with the gender category as a fundamental analyzer of such flows. The interviews with women who were in Bogotá, Colombia, were about the memories of Venezuela, the motivation to leave, the border traffic, the arrival in the city, the daily difficulties of adaptation, and the echoes of this process. In the end, listening to these experiences emerges as a way of confronting the silencing of marginalized voices and reflecting on the reception strategies that have been adopted in the region.

Keywords : Refugee women; Venezuelan migration; Migratory experiences; Processes of subjectivation.

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