El largo camino hacia el disfrute de los Derechos Humanos de las Mujeres con Diversidad Funcional Físicaun análisis desde la Grounded Theory

  1. Corona-Aguilar, Antonia
Aportaciones a la investigación sobre mujeres y género: V Congreso Universitario Internacional "Investigación y Género : Sevilla, 3 y 4 de julio de 2014
  1. Casado Mejía, Rosa (coord.)
  2. Flecha García, Consuelo (coord.)
  3. Guil Bozal, Ana (coord.)
  4. Padilla-Carmona, M. Teresa (coord.)
  5. Vázquez Bermúdez, Isabel (coord.)
  6. Martínez Torres, María del Rocío (coord.)

Publisher: Sevilla : SIEMUS (Seminario Interdisciplinar de Estudios de las Mujeres de la Univesidad de Sevilla), 2015

ISBN: 9788494312038

Year of publication: 2015

Pages: 1323-1346

Type: Book chapter


This thesis has the objectives of knowing and making visible the contribution that women with phisical functional diversity are actively participating in social organizations that add to the human rights development; explaining the meaning of active citizenship; identifying the added value of incorporating women to the political and social participation, as well as to make visible the most relevant obstacles and limitations that they find for the development of their rights. We have studied women with functional diversity as active subjects, that endevours to promote and generate rights of citizenship in their enviroments. We have introduced as the core analysis the intersectionality. We chose the discriminations by gender, disability and others as the main concept to analyze the participative process, and its influence on the human rights. The chosen methodology is based on the interpretative hermeneutic from the construction of the Grounded Theory, following the paradigm of the codification (Strauss and Corbin 2010). We have carried out an analisys of the dialog from 18 women that have functional diversity, who we have interviewed in depth. All of them participate in diverse social organizations. The conclusions deal with making visible the inputs that the activism of these women provide to the development of the citizenship.