5 edition of Women, borders, and violence found in the catalog.
Women, borders, and violence
Analyzes women"s extra legal border crossing in relation to the increasing securitization of borders against unauthorized mobility, and shows how border enforcement differentially impacts some populations and produces various forms of gender based violence. Examines gender and extra legal border crossing across Europe, North America, Africa, South East Asia and Australia -- Back cover.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-130) and index.
|LC Classifications||JV6347 .P53 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 133 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||2011284761|
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About this book Women, Borders, and Violence analyzes border policing practices currently informed by paradigms of securitization against unauthorized mobility and explores the potential for a paradigm shift to a more ethical regulation of : Springer-Verlag New York.
Women, Borders, and Violence analyzes border policing practices currently informed by paradigms of securitization against unauthorized mobility and explores the potential for a paradigm shift to a more ethical regulation of borders. By focusing on the ways women have sought to cross borders in ‘extra’-legal fashion, the book shows how Cited by: Women, Borders, and Violence analyzes border policing practices currently informed by paradigms of securitization against unauthorized mobility and explores the potential for a paradigm shift to a more ethical regulation of by: Introduction Women, Borders, and Violence analyzes border policing practices currently informed by paradigms of securitization against unauthorized mobility and explores the potential for a paradigm shift to a more ethical regulation of borders.
Women at the Border analyzes border policing practices currently informed by paradigms of securitization against unauthorized mobility and explores the potential for a paradigm shift to a more ethical regulation of borders.
By focusing on the ways women have sought to cross borders in 'extra'-legal fashion, the book shows how border enforcement. The chapters in the book examine the stories of women whose lives are intertwined with borders, and who resist everyday violence in all its myriad forms.
They show how most of the traditional efforts to make geopolitical regions more secure end up privileging a masculine definition of security that only results in feminine insecurities.
In book: Women, Borders, and Violence, pp Cite this publication. Professor Sharon Pickering. Abstract. Borders are of central concern to criminologists because of the concentration of Author: Professor Sharon Pickering. In many ways this book takes much of this scholarship for granted.
It does so in order to ask the question: what are women’s experiences of policing when they cross borders extra legally. The answer has overwhelmingly focused on the complex interplay between state and non-state agents, operating in formal and informal by: Structural violence is endemic to these regions and gender interlocks with their perimeters to reinforce and shape violence.
This book locates gender and violence along geographical edges and critically examines the gendered experiences of women as global border residents and border crossers. Broadly, it explores two questions.
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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: Ed. Large-scale violence by formal and informal armed forces intersects with interpersonal and domestic forms of violence in mutually reinforcing ways. Gender, Violence, and Human Security takes a critical look at notions of human security and violence through a feminist lens, drawing on both theoretical perspectives and empirical examinations.
Violent Borders is about the inherent violence of borders, how we've learned to take arbitrary boundaries for granted, and a picture of how the world could be without them. I'd recommend this to anyone pissed off about anti immigrant policy and ideology.4/5.
Summary: Analyzes women's extra legal border crossing in relation to the increasing securitization of borders against unauthorized mobility, and shows how border enforcement differentially impacts some populations and produces various forms of gender based violence.
This book demonstrates how women across the world are contributing to legal reform, helping to shape non-discriminatory policies and to counter current legal and social justifications for gender-based violence.
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