Intercultural dialogue and intergroup relations in Europe: contributions of Cultural Studies and Social Psychology

Autores

  • Julia Alves Brasil Universidade do Minho
  • Rosa Cabecinhas Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade, Universidade do Minho

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17231/comsoc.0(2019).3063

Palavras-chave:

Intercultural dialogue, Cultural Studies, Social Psychology, intergroup relations

Resumo

This paper discusses the contributions of Cultural Studies and Social Psychology to the debates on the challenges inherent to the promotion of intercultural dialogue in Europe, in the current context of intergroup relations among several Others, facilitated by factors such as the intensification of migratory flows and the progress of information and communication technologies. To this end, we associate concepts and categories from different theoretical perspectives in these fields, in order to articulate discussions about identity processes, alterity, social representations, collective memory, symbolic asymmetries, coloniality of power, being and knowledge, in order to (re)initiate debates on complex phenomena that are intertwined in the development of intercultural dialogue. Therefore, different understandings about the concepts of multiculturalism and interculturality are presented, advocating the importance of a critical perspective in the understanding of interculturality, conceiving it as a project that starts from the experiences of the “subalterns”, in order to seek the transformation of social, institutional and epistemic structures. This perspective allows people to (re)create different ways of being and relating to others, implying not only the mere recognition and tolerance of other cultures, but also their appreciation, in mutual dialogue and transformation.

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Publicado

2019-05-28

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Brasil, J. A., & Cabecinhas, R. (2019). Intercultural dialogue and intergroup relations in Europe: contributions of Cultural Studies and Social Psychology. Comunicação E Sociedade, 105-118. https://doi.org/10.17231/comsoc.0(2019).3063