El Control Penal De Las Trabajadoras Del Sexo En El Ámbito De Las Políticas Contra La Trata De Mujeres Con Fines De Explotación Sexual (El Caso Español) (Law Enforcement and Control of Sex Workers in the Field of Policies Against Trafficking in Women for Sexual Exploitation (Special Reference to Spanish Criminal Policy))
Agustina Iglesias Skulj
University of Salamanca
October 6, 2011
Derecho Penal y Criminología, Vol. 32, No. 92, 2011
This article highlights the changes within the control of migration, and the emergence of new political subjectivities in female migration. It suggests reviewing the protection of human rights discourse addressed by securitarian perspectives. Indeed, the article intends to explore the ways in which gender and sexuality are captured by norms, and control regimes to produce differentiations and stratifications between sovereignty, forms of work and citizenship. Finally, shall be deemed new control rationalities and technologies enabled by risk in trafficking in women for sexual exploitation.
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Number of Pages in PDF File: 19
Keywords: migrations, gender, control, risk technologies, trafficking, sexual work
Date posted: October 8, 2011