Narrativas culturales trans

Mediaciones legales, Instagram y el Síndrome del espejo

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18861/ic.2023.18.1.3382

Palabras clave:

narrativas culturales, mujeres trans, Síndrome del Espejo, ley trans, Instagram

Resumen

El objetivo principal de este artículo es explorar las configuraciones culturales transgénero en los marcos legales recientes de España y Chile. Esta investigación indaga cómo las narrativas culturales de las mediaciones transgénero afrontan y son activamente conformadas por estos textos normativos. El estudio realizado se basa en un enfoque metodológico de investigación mixto proporcionando una visión cualitativa y cuantitativa de la arquitectura conceptual de las dos normas analizadas. Nuestros hallazgos se ilustran en las mediaciones de las personas transgénero en Instagram y el fenómeno llamado Síndrome del Espejo. Por último, nuestro artículo pretende establecer un debate fructífero sobre cómo decisiones mejor informadas, basadas en un mayor conocimiento de los contextos y de las arquitecturas conceptuales, pueden contribuir a centrar los desarrollos legales actuales y futuros, al mismo tiempo que apoyar la equidad y el bienestar de los ciudadanos en futuras recomendaciones institucionales, desde una perspectiva fundamental de derechos humanos.

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Biografía del autor/a

Pablo Valdivia, University of Groningen

Doctor en Filosofía de Estudios Hispánicos, University of Nottingham (Reino Unido). Catedrático de “Cultura y Literatura Europea”, University of Groningen (Países Bajos). Asesor científico en Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Instituto de Estudios Avanzados y Real Academia Neerlandesa de las Artes y las Ciencias (Países Bajos). Sus áreas de investigación atraviesan la Inteligencia Artificial, Innovación Educativa, Ciencia de Datos, Ciencias Aplicadas, Ciencias Sociales, Industrias Culturales y Ciencias Cognitivas. Investigador, Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias Aplicadas John A. Paulson, Harvard University (Estados Unidos).

Rosmery-Ann Boegeholz, Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile / University of Groningen, Países Bajos.

Magíster en Comunicación, Universidad Austral de Chile (Chile). Investigadora –con beca doctoral–, Agencia Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo (Chile). Investigadora, Universidad de Groningen y Escuela Nacional de Investigación de Estudios Literarios (Países Bajos). Sus investigaciones se centran en narrativas culturales y comunicaciones, plataformas y salud psicoemocional de los usuarios de redes sociales. Coordinadora, cátedra “Comunicación, Humanidades y Tecnología”, Doctorado en Comunicación, Universidad Austral de Chile y Universidad de la Frontera (Chile).

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2022-12-28

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Valdivia, P., & Boegeholz, R.-A. (2022). Narrativas culturales trans: Mediaciones legales, Instagram y el Síndrome del espejo. InMediaciones De La Comunicación, 18(1), 115-144. https://doi.org/10.18861/ic.2023.18.1.3382