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|Title:||Brazilian border control laws juxtaposition: subjects of vulnerability and criminalization in humanitarian and judiciary arenas|
|Author:||Padovani, N. C.|
|Abstract:||In this article, I propose to analyze the notion of “organized crime” and how it is intrinsically related to specific attributes of masculinity and femininity in intersectionality with race and nationality. To do so, I start from a discursive jargon that has been repeatedly lobbied by agents of humanitarian organizations in Brazilian legislative public arenas, namely: all women prisoners accused of international drug trafficking are victims of international networks of trafficking in persons. Through this starting point, the objective is to examine the relations established between the international drug market and the criminal category of “human trafficking” in humanitarian networks and agents of the State, particularly in Brazil. Considering also the ethnographic exposition of my fieldwork with foreign women who served the sentences at São Paulo city prison system, this article seeks to scrutinize the production of humanitarian speeches and state agents in the public arenas|
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