Query : feminicide.
- Alejandra Pamela España Paredes2
- Cecilia Menjívar2
- Leticia Janet Paredes Guerrero2
- Nayelli Torres Salas2
- Rodrigo Llanes Salazar2
- Shannon Drysdale Walsh2
- Stela Meneghel2
- Ainhoa Montserrat Vásquez Mejías1
- Alan Jair García Flores1
- Alison Brysk1
- Amanda L. Petersen1
- Amparo Salom Lucas1
- Annegret Thiem1
- Bárcenas Barajas, Karina Berenice1
- Becerra Ponce, Gabriela Noemí1
- Belén Sánchez-Martín1
- Bruna Amanda Ascher Razera1
- Cabral de O. Dutra, Juliana1
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- Carolina Sampó1
- Gender Studies45
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The case of migrant women from the Central American Northern Triangle: How to prevent exploitation and violence during the crossing
Abstract Violence and inequalities suffered by Central American women force their migration. Once the process has begun, they are exposed to greater violence because they are migrants, poor, indigenous or mestizo, women and, sometimes, minors. The journey is the space in which Central Americans, par...
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...
Gender-based violence against women in Yucatán
The types of violence are analysed: domestic, institutional and feminicide, using the concept of “gender-based violence against women”, in combination with the dimensions of violence proposed by Johan Galtung: interpersonal, structural and cultural/symbolic, to demonstrate that gender-based violence...
The female locus in Brazil from the analysis of constitutions: limits, advances and setbacks
This work addresses female status in Brazilian constitutions. The aim is to understand how women are placed on the national scene throughout the country’s history by analysing the constitutions of 1824, 1891, 1934, 1967, 1969 and 1988, as well as progress, permanence and backsliding to date. Underst...
Gender-Based Institutional Violence against Women: Paradigmatic Cases in the Mexican State
This article aims to analyze the dimensions of gender-based institutional violence against women —manifested as systemic sexual feminicide and sexual torture– in paradigmatic cases of gender-based violence against women in Mexico that have been reviewed by the Inter-American Human Rights System.
Criminal legal analysis of criminal types aimed at sanctioning femicide under Colombian criminal law. [Criminal legal analysis on crimes aimed at sanctioning feminicide within Colombian criminal legislation]
This article establishes an analysis of the normality created to eradicate gender-based violence against women, mainly addressing the legal implications through the creation of punishable conduct sanctioning the crime of femicide; there is a parallel between the criminal type of femicide created by...
Feminicide and Colombian legislation
The concept of Feminicidio was developed in Latin America by ethnologa and anthropologa Marcela Lagarde, specifically for the case of women killed in Ciudad Juárez (Mexico). The term has been extended in other countries and in Colombia the aim of the reform of the Criminal Code (Law 1257 of 2008) is...
Borderline situations arising from gênery violence resulting from gênero Extreme situations due to gender violence
< p > This text provides an overview of the Seminar Critical Routes III, held in Porto Alegre/Brazil in 2011, the focus of which was borderline situations of gênery violence. Borderline situations are human rights violations that include feminicide or gêner-motivated murder; killings of LGBT p...
Reseña — Mercedes Olivera Bustamante (coord.) 2007, with a view to feminicide violence in Chiapas. Visible and hidden reasons for our fighting, resistance and rebel, Mexico: UNICACH
Feminicide in the Italian Language: Which Words to Describe Gender-based Violence?
WE STILL NEED TO “OCCUPY, RESIST AND PRODUCE”.
this text seeks to address the urgency of reflecting questions of scientific method and methodology from feminism and other theories that articulate gênery and epistemology. In the same vein, it establishes dialogue between social movements and academia in order to understand the influences between...
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...
Féminicide : nommer pour exister
From an anthropological and feminist theoretical perspective, this article analyzes proposals for the typification of feminicide, as debated in Brazil, which resulted in the new qualifier included in the country’s Penal Code. The article reports and argues about the importance of explicit feminist i...
A propósito da indignação: a negociação das distâncias em comentários sobre um crime de feminicídio / The purpose of indignation: negotiating the distance in comments on a feminicide crime
Resumo: Como observa Alexandre Júnior (1998), no prefácio da Retórica, houve uma explosão dos estudos retóricos nas últimas décadas. Nesse sentido, muitos estudiosos do discurso têm voltado seus olhares para as questões de retórica, muitas vezes seguindo os passos de Aristóteles, que a define como a...
Spirituality as a strategy to remark feminicide violence in mothers of victims
In Mexico, the feminist movement has fought for the eradication of feminicide violence, a systematic expression of hatred that harms the lives of women and girls. Based on a qualitative methodology, which focuses on the subjective experience of five mothers of victims, this article makes it difficul...
(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...
Indigenous Women in Movements: Possible links between gênery and politica1
Summary From a rapprochement with certain indigenous movements and women indigenous leaders in Brazil, we are dealing with the possibility of the emergence, in the country’s macro-political scenario, of the political subject indigenous women and the possible approximations of their tariffs with femi...
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...
Walking With Our Sisters : An Artistic Commemoration for Indigenous Feminicide, towards Decolonization
In reaction to the indigenous femicide in Canada, and to the inaction of the canadian government, the victim’s relatives and grassroots indigenous women groups created various memorials. The author focuses on the commemorative art installation Walking With Our Sisters, project of the Métis artist Ch...
Black femicide in Brazil: the importance of the decolonial perspective in the production of an emancipatory right
This research uses decolonial studies on the coloniality of gênery in law to question the judicialisation of femicide in Brazil and its position in the face of the murder of black women as a hypothesis of a necropolitics of gypsum. The main objective is to investigate whether there is a discomma in...
Femicide from the positive school
In this article we will look at femicide from the positive school. To this end, we will begin with a brief description of each criminal school, such as classic, ecléctica and positive schools, and then develop more widely each postulate of the positive school targeted at Feminicido, a crime that is...
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...
Male violence and feminicide: introduction
The contributions presented in this monograph of the scientific journal ‘M@gm @’ on violence and feminicide are due to women who for years have been confronted for political and professional reasons with a hard and difficult theme and who have worked for male violence to get out of the shadow cone t...
The ‘feminicide’ law
The ‘feminicide’ law (Law 119/2014) is analysed in its criminal policy law scope and as a first (supposed) legislative step towards a comprehensive, articulated and funded intervention to prevent and combat gender-based violence against women. We criticise the choice of the Decree-Law and analyse th...