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Gender and disability implications in subjectivity and identity construction

Keywords: Gender identity , body , disability , sex , power disability gender

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The objective was to explore the concept ofgender as a category of historical, political, social-cultural construction and its relation withthe concept of disability with the purpose ofdemonstrate the urgency to define the implicationsthat this relation has in the constructionof identity and subjectivity of disability persons.Methodology: A qualitative study of cut ispresented fenomenological by middle ofdocumentary revision with all the scientificseverity required for this. Results: The categoryof gender is construed as social-cultural andhistorical product that influences the constructionof the identity and the subjectivity from sexlinkedbodies. Conclusion: The relation betweenthe categories gender and disability and itsimportance in the construction of identity andsubjectivity.

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