Query : Feminicidios
- Domínguez Ruvalcaba, Héctor2
- Adriana Lorenzo Guevara1
- Angélica Lucía Damián Bernal1
- Belén Sánchez-Martín1
- Berghe, Kristine Vanden1
- Bravo Valderrama, María Patricia1
- Díaz Muñoz, Consuelo1
- Elizabeth Corbo1
- Elizabeth Tiscareño García1
- Elizabeth Tiscareño-García1
- Facundo Quartino Ribero1
- Florina Guadalupe Arredondo Trapero1
- Fragoso Lugo, Perla Orquídea1
- Hanna Ramone1
- Héctor Domínguez Ruvalcaba1
- Héloïse Prévost1
- Hernández Breña, Wilson1
- Inquilla Arcata, Fernando1
- Inquilla Mamani, Juan1
- Javier Gustavo Fernández Teruelo1
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What was not said in the heart of Kaláshnikov by Alejandro Páez Varela. Characters, causalities, parataxis
A stylistic analysis of Kaláshnikov heart (2009) by Alejan-dro Páez Varela highlights the highly elliptical degree of the novel: the targeting of characters is external, logical relationships are implicit and the style is largely paratlactic. It seems to respond to an ethical choice by distancing it...
Navarro Rodríguez, MÁ. (2019). Palimpsestos mexicanos. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/130234
Predictions of the subjectivity of victimaries in cinema and cyberspace in Mexico
This article aims to discuss the subjectivity of the perpetrator of gender-based violence based on some cyber and philosophical representations. The main issues it addresses are: the articulation of a misphobic and homophobic hatred policy in readers’ comments to the online press; the role of the au...
Gender femicides: Actual evolution of the phenomenon, the suicide of the aggressor and the incidence of treatment mediático
This work analyses three of the issues currently of greatest social and scientific concern in the area of gender-based violence in general and so-called gender femicides (violent death of women executed by their partner) in particular. A first part is devoted to trying to assess, beyond what can be...
Differences between femicides preceded and not preceded by separation of the couple
Knowledge of the characteristics of the different types of femicide can contribute to improving prevention strategies in the field of violence against women. Based on the analysis of 307 judgments in Spain concerning femicide, consumed or attempted, the differences between 146 previous femicides (FI...
Femicide (aggregate) in Peru and its relationship with macrosocial variables
In Peru, the discrepancy in the official figures on femicide — a variable which has included only femicides and not attempts despite the narrow line separating them in terms of the intention of the victim — has led to an incorrect and partial reading of the phenomenon. To overcome this problem, we c...
Science, technology and modern state: elements of biopolitics that enhance racism
Racism is one of the categories of understanding of various issues around social violence. Its usefulness is that it can explain the extermination of minorities, social exclusion, stratification, low assimilation of immigrants, femicide, cybercrime, kidnapping, the phenomenon of linchments or the pr...
Four socio-statistical considerations to review the etiology of femicide in Spain
This article looks at four statistically key factors for understanding the etiology of femicide in Spain: nationality of victims and victimaries, suicidality of victimaries and breakdown and aggression in couples. The analysis carried out shows that femicides in Spain contain specific socio-cultural...
Publicity of Feminicide in the Uruguay newspaper: The cases of Lola and Yamila
This is an investigation into the processes of building reality in Uruguay’s written press into femicide committed against teenagers who were temporarily close to one another and who had a long and prominent presence in various mass local media. The two events were followed up in the two most popula...
Guilt of victims of femicide in Mexico from a patriarchal perspective
The speech of femicide in these years brings with it the obligation to see beyond a policing issue or the murder of a woman, since, in addition to crime, femicides must be addressed as a social problem, including aspects of gender inequality, inequality, discrimination and stereotypes. This article...
(Aggregated) feminicide in Peru and its relation with macrosocial variables.
The discrepancy in official statistics regarding feminicide in Peru –a variable that has included only feminicide and not attempted feminicide, in spite of the thin line that divides them in terms of the aggressor’s intentionality– has led to an incorrect and partial reading of this phenomenon. To o...
Between anomia and inhumanity: Cases of femicide in the Puno — Peru region
This study analysed the determinants and determinants of the case of femicide in the past five years in the Puno region. The objectives of the study are to analyse and explain the determinants of the phenomenon of women’s femicide and to analyse the motivations and beliefs of a feminicide decision i...
Traces of subjectivity in the victimizers in cinema and cyberspace in Mexico
This article’s goal is to discuss the subjectivity of perpetrators of sex-gender violence in Mexico as represented in film and the cyberspace. The main problems addressed are: the articulation of a politics of homophobic and misogynistic hate in the reader’s comments sections of the on-line news; th...
Informe-diagnostic. Femicide in Chiapas: case studies 2012-2013
The present diagnosis shows femicide from a comprehensive approach involving marginality, tension between tradition and modernity, conflict and gender dissent, greater participation of women in migration processes and impunity for those who engage in violence against women in general, and femicide v...
Femicide violence: approaching from a feminist geography
This work addresses femicide violence as a social process rooted in patriarchy and wild capitalism that undermines, invisibilises and attacks women. We identify the connecting elements of the legal system and the social challenge. From the feminist geography critical of the possibility of change and...
Of the El garden lost
This article features one of the artist Hanna Ramone’s photographic series: The lost Garden. The series is a reflection on the social problem of femicide. This phenomenon affects women of all ages and nationalities, most of which goes unpunished. In the lost Garden, there is a desire to show an empo...
Celopathy and sexual motivation: An analysis via K-Means in Peruvian prisons
In Q’enqoro penal in the city of Cusco, one in four prisoners are detained for crimes associated with gender-based violence (INEI 2016), the ENDES (Demographic and Family Health Survey) records that the main motivations for committing these crimes are associated with celopathy and pathological sexua...
City Juárez: the border of scapegoating violence and the city as a fictional peace bracket
A central figure of the subject of analysis: the victim. The title of this exercise outlines the central hypothesis about it, but it is not faced with a great mystery, only in the light of a proposal for analysis and a question why do the victim’s representation like and work so much? In critical (s...
How to make Peruvian advertising work against the machista coma
Advertising reflects what happens in his place of origin and a country where 144 femicides occurred this year, an average of 70 women are raped a day and is second in America in cases of sexual harassment, which we can expect to be predictable. Advertising agencies, historically, are and have always...
Communication, ethics and femicide: Contexts of a media crisis in Mexico
Ciudad Juárez have become a paradigm for the consolidation of an extreme patriarchal system that protects and enhances impunity for feminicides and enforced disappearances of girls and women. Between 1993 and 2017 almost 2.000 women have been killed in the city and dozens are still missing. This art...
Women’s collective action and human rights in Mexico. Mobilising pain in the midst of the armed conflict
This article explains the link between the serious violations of women’s human rights in Mexico and the territorial expansion and capacity of criminal organisations, which has exacerbated the traditional violence against women and has also been aimed at criminal action, using them as a means of inco...
The ethnographic relationship in the field and in the desktop
feminist ethnography is characterised by a particular ethnographic relationship where the conditions and trust play a central role. The article analyses how these are developed and processed, while discussing how we take care of the distress and suffering of our interlocutors, both when we are face-...
A comparative study between Spain and Mexico on the legal framework applicable to femicide
Summary The idea of carrying out this work stems from the cases of femicide that have taken place in Spain in recent years and the consequent need for the government to take all possible measures to tackle the commission of the criminal acts causing the murder of women, starting with the criminalisa...
Femicide mapping in Ciudad Juárez: They Tienen Nombre, an analysis of an articulating proposal for collective memory
Summary Ciudad Juárez is characterised, among other things, by being one of the populations with the highest femicide rates in Latin America. On the basis of this reality, there are many self-managed ciatives with the aim of seeking justice and maintaining the collective memory of those women and gi...
“Until we are free”: the “feeling” militancy of Brazilian agro-ecological feminist against agrocapitalist violence
The author proposes a reading of agroecological feminist mobilizations in Brazil from the conceptualizations of the « feelingthinking » and the corazonar. The link to the Earth and the fusion between emotions and political analysis are analysed by studying militant supports (mística, songs, poems, s...