Seres invisíveis: um panorama sobre a condição de portadores de deficiência no Japão

Autores

  • Beatriz Kaori Miyakoshi Lopes Universidade de São Paulo
  • Alexandre Ratsuo Uehara Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2447-7125.vi44p51-63

Palavras-chave:

Deficiência, Japão, Direitos humanos, Minorias, Paralimpíadas

Resumo

Apesar de o Japão ter ratificado a Convenção sobre Direitos de Pessoas com Deficiências em 2014 e Tóquio ser a primeira cidade no mundo que sediará os Jogos Paralímpicos mais de uma vez, portadores de deficiência são geralmente segregados da sociedade e considerados invisíveis. Este processo de separação se inicia na infância e perdura durante suas vidas. Este trabalho objetiva traçar um panorama sobre suas condições de vida, principais leis e eventos recentes.

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Biografia do Autor

Beatriz Kaori Miyakoshi Lopes, Universidade de São Paulo

Mestranda no Programa de Língua, Literatura e Cultura Japonesa da Universidade de São Paulo; biakaori@usp.br.

Alexandre Ratsuo Uehara, Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing

Professor da Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing; Doutor em Ciências Políticas pela Universidade de São Paulo; aruehara@usp.br.

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2021-05-28

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Lopes, B. K. M., & Uehara, A. R. (2021). Seres invisíveis: um panorama sobre a condição de portadores de deficiência no Japão. Estudos Japoneses, (44), 51-63. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2447-7125.vi44p51-63

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