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Título : "Cuando me levante, quiero ser un niño " concepción corporal y construcción discursiva de hombres Trans en las ciudades de Medellín y Bogotá D.C.
Autor : Oviedo Castrillón, Laura
metadata.dc.subject.*: Cuerpo humano - Aspectos antropológicos
Cuerpo y cultura
Cuerpo y poder Expresión corporal
Expresión corporal Género
Género
Identidad de género
Transexualidad
Gender identity
Transexualism
Sex
Fecha de publicación : 2017
Editorial : Universidad de Antioquia
Citación : Oviedo, L. (2017). "Cuando me levante, quiero ser un niño" concepción corporal y construcción discursiva de hombres Trans en las ciudades de Medellín y Bogotá D.C. (Trabajo de Grado). Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia.
Resumen : The present text of final grade presented the question about the bodily conception and the discursive construction of the bodies became transgender men. In this sense, is takes up discussion on the body as entity that sustains the ideal regulatory of the Jewish-Christian, and modern Western society that has been settled makes around three centuries, where the bodies of men and women have been interpreted in a dichotomic and excluding way bass a look essentialist anatomical differences in the bodies. This is made evident in them bodies TRANS, i.e. those bodies that is not recognize with the sex that were assigned to the birth, in this case in particular them transgender men, those that were assigned as women, but built its identity of gender as men. At the same time, how live and involved his own body, the city and the social networks. There is a journey that begins with the approach of the problem where specified the objectives and methodology with 12 transgender men, 6 living in Bogota and 6 living in Medellin, especially. Then is an exercise in literary writing which tells the done field work: how they met the transgender men, how was the process of rapprochement and the different interactions with them in the different spaces. Hence, arises the theoretical framework that made it possible to make an approach to the modern conception of the body and the space that we occupy and how are interpreted according to a historical moment, a particular context and a particular place. The following two chapters make a trip since the discovery of the transgender male identity, finding information on the Internet and how family, friends, the couple and the city, begin to walk according to the change in the own perception and identification process. Then, the mechanisms used to be recognizing as men in this social and cultural space, which include: change the name and/or the component sex on identity documents, start hormone replacement therapy or any surgery like hysterectomy or mastectomy. So is partially closed a cycle in the process of the transitions male in these two cities corresponding. However, not all carry out a process as linear as it is commonly believe, there are those who do not change their names or component sex on identity documents, or they do not want to start any treatment hormonal, and either made surgical interventions, among others. Variables begin to mix, and not so are less or more men, but all are under the same concept of transgender men.
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