Valors homonacionalistes? La proposta d’una dimensionalització per a un instrument de mesura propi

Autores/as

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1344/CLIVATGE2022.10.1

Palabras clave:

homonacionalismo, indicadores sociales, dimencionalización, feminismo, lgtb

Resumen

En el debate sobre los nacionalismos la diversidad sexual y de género suele ser obviada. La propuesta conceptual del homonacionalismo llena ese vacío. El homonacionalismo describe cómo a partir de los años 2000 la diversidad sexual y de género se incluye discursivamente en el seno de las naciones en el norte global, mientras que se racializa y excluye la homofobia. El homonacionalismo se convierte así en una herramienta compleja pero útil para analizar discursos, sujetos y políticas. Aún existen pocos estudios cuantitativos sobre valores homonacionalistas y todas trabajan con datos secundarios. En este artículo explico las carencias de las medidas cuantitativas existentes de homonacionalismo y propongo una dimensionalización que parte de una conceptualización propia fruto de una revisión de la literatura. Esta dimensionalización sirve para el desarrollo de un instrumento de medida propio.

Biografía del autor/a

Leon Freude, Universitat de Barcelona

Investigador predoctoral en formación APIF del Departamento de Sociología de la Universidad de Barcelona

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Freude, L. (2022). Valors homonacionalistes? La proposta d’una dimensionalització per a un instrument de mesura propi. Clivatge, (10), e–38376. https://doi.org/10.1344/CLIVATGE2022.10.1

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