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Être parti sans être arrivé : une lecture psychomotrice des parcours migratoires

Abstract : For those who live them, migratory routes are often much more than a simple path. Indeed, migratory paths represent transitional spaces in which psycho-bodily modifications take place. Time and space distort with waiting and unpredictability. Bodily representations change in suffering and exclusion. Those we call migrants because they are still moving and there is no finish line on their way, see their identity transformed. Migratory paths become exiles. Often synonymous with dehumanization, they make illegitimate migrant’s subjectivity as well as their place in the world. This brief provides psychomotor reading of organization and disorganization which take place in adults and children met in an emergency accommodation center for migrants. Also it proposes how psychomotricity could carry them during this uncertain stop.
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Alice Piot. Être parti sans être arrivé : une lecture psychomotrice des parcours migratoires. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03297265⟩



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