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Empowering "Foreign Brides" and Community through Praxis-Oriented Research L'habilitation des jeunes mariées étrangères et la communauté à travers la recherche praxis orientée La Vigorización del Status de las Novias Extranjeras y de la Comunidad a Través de una Investigación Práctica

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Through the author's direct participation in the empowerment of the "foreign brides" and in a rural community, which are both stigmatized in the mainstream Taiwan society, this paper discusses the theories and methods of praxis-oriented research, and its implication to social studies. This paper illustrates how the concepts and techniques of the "theater of the oppressed" can be combined with "pedagogy of the oppressed" to break through the "culture of silence" of the oppressed, develop their critical awareness, and help the women organize themselves for social transformation. It is proposed that praxis-oriented research can achieve more sophisticated research results, because by actively involving oneself in the process of social transformation, the researcher can observe and examine much more directly the mechanisms of social construction and transformation. En examinant la participation directe de l'auteur à l'habilitation "des jeunes mariées étrangères" et d'une communauté rurale qui sont toutes deux a stigmatisé dans la société traditionnelle de Taiwan, cet article discute les théories et les méthodes de la recherche qui est praxis orientée, et son implication aux études sociales. Il illustre comment les concepts et les techniques du « théâtre des opprimés » peuvent êtres combinés avec la théorie de la « pédagogie des opprimés » pour traverser la « culture du silence » des opprimés, développer leur conscience critique, et les aider graduellement à s'organiser pour la transformation sociale. Je propose que la recherche orientée vers la praxis achève les résultats plus sophistiques puisque, par engageant activement dans le processus de la transformation sociale, le scolaire peut observer et étudier beaucoup plus précisément les mécanismes de la construction et la transformation sociale. Al examinar la participación directa del autor en la vigorización del status de las "novias extranjeras" en una comunidad rural, que no son aceptadas por la sociedad de Taiwan, este articulo analiza las teorías y los métodos de la investigación orientada a la práctica y sus implicaciones para los estudios sociales. El artículo ilustra como los conceptos y las técnicas del "teatro de los oprimidos" pueden combinarse con la teoría de la "pedagogía de los oprimidos" para romper la "cultura del silencio" de los oprimidos, desarrollar su autoconciencia crítica y ayudarles a organizarse para actuar. Se propone que la investigación práctica puede producir resultados más sofisticados porque al involucrarse uno activamente en el proceso de transformación social, el investigador puede observar y examinar más directamente los mecanismos de construcción y transformación social.

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2006-06-01
2016-12-11

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