2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-83332008000200016 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: ResumoUma das estratégias de controle usadas pelos grupos armados no marco da agudização do conflito na Colômbia é o controle e a "gerência" da prostituição (e da sexualidade em geral) nos territórios de dominação. O que significa ser prostituta no contexto de controle armado masculino na Colômbia contemporânea? Quais as possibilidades da vivência dos direitos humanos nas mulheres trabalhadoras sexuais nesse contexto? Essas perguntas surgem da vivência próxima da história da Lady entre os anos 2003 e 2005, e l… Show more

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“…On similar conflicts in the North American context, see the work of Berstein (2010), among others. 17 On the dynamics and ways in which young people and adolescents under 18 participate in sex work and mobilize erotic economies and experiences of exploitation and violence in contexts of war and borders, see Olivar (2008Olivar ( , 2014. See also the works of Montgomery (2001) in Thailand, O'Connell O'Connell Davidson (2005) in different contexts of the "third world" and in the global framework, and Diógenes (2008) in Ceará; see also the works of, Mai (2007), with "delinquent" boys in Europe, and those of Mujica (2013) on the "microeconomics of sexual exploitation" in the Peruvian Amazon.…”
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“…On similar conflicts in the North American context, see the work of Berstein (2010), among others. 17 On the dynamics and ways in which young people and adolescents under 18 participate in sex work and mobilize erotic economies and experiences of exploitation and violence in contexts of war and borders, see Olivar (2008Olivar ( , 2014. See also the works of Montgomery (2001) in Thailand, O'Connell O'Connell Davidson (2005) in different contexts of the "third world" and in the global framework, and Diógenes (2008) in Ceará; see also the works of, Mai (2007), with "delinquent" boys in Europe, and those of Mujica (2013) on the "microeconomics of sexual exploitation" in the Peruvian Amazon.…”
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“…For the past 40 years, transnational and cross-border cocaine traders have been particularly entangled with power with economic and power structures and the state, deeply affecting local sexual and economic lives along the Brazilian border with Colombia and Peru. By contrast, the majority of local public officials responsible for ensuring the rights of children and adolescents are women who people from the community; neighborhood leaders with little technical training, poor institutional support, low-income, and little power.21 As mentioned previously, the object in this text is not adolescent practices (for this, seeOlivar 2008Olivar , 2014, but the political logic of "sexual exploitation" in its capillarity. In this way, "the girls" to whom we refer are a position, a narrative subject, a function of the practical operation of the "institutional sphere".…”
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