Simbologie e scritture in transito

Simbologie e scritture in transito

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978-88-6969-113-3

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978-88-6969-112-6

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15 Dec 2016

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Dos mercados sexuais nas relações tecidas por brasileiras presas em Barcelona

Natália Corazza Padovani
Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brasil
nataliacorazzapadovani@gmail.com

DOI 10.14277/6969-112-6/DSP-6-2

Abstract

This article draws on data from a larger study: a multi-site ethnography of the networks established by people confined in female prisons in the cities of São Paulo and Barcelona. Focusing on ethnographic data from my fieldwork in Barcelona, I analyze the displacements created by transnational drug trade networks which involve sex work and marriage in Spain. Brazilian prisoners in Barcelona (accused of ‘crimes against public health’ – involvement in the sale and transportation of cocaine) create aid networks involving the ‘owners’ of apartment-based prostitution and trade relations with men who are also prisoners in Catalonian penitentiaries. These entanglements forged between the transnational drug trade, the sex trade, and aid networks, as seen in terms of detention and migration trajectories of the Brazilians imprisoned in Catalonia, allow us to analyze the links produced between (il)legal markets and networks that are constituted by exchanges of money, affection, sex, imprisonment, and migration.

Keywords
Female prisons. Love. Sex relationships. Migration.


Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 

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Corazza Padovani Natália

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Dos mercados sexuais nas relações tecidas por brasileiras presas em Barcelona

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it

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This article draws on data from a larger study: a multi-site ethnography of the networks established by people confined in female prisons in the cities of São Paulo and Barcelona. Focusing on ethnographic data from my fieldwork in Barcelona, I analyze the displacements created by transnational drug trade networks which involve sex work and marriage in Spain. Brazilian prisoners in Barcelona (accused of ‘crimes against public health’ – involvement in the sale and transportation of cocaine) create aid networks involving the ‘owners’ of apartment-based prostitution and trade relations with men who are also prisoners in Catalonian penitentiaries. These entanglements forged between the transnational drug trade, the sex trade, and aid networks, as seen in terms of detention and migration trajectories of the Brazilians imprisoned in Catalonia, allow us to analyze the links produced between (il)legal markets and networks that are constituted by exchanges of money, affection, sex, imprisonment, and migration.

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Diaspore

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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http://doi.org/10.14277/6969-112-6/DSP-6-2

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2610-8860

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2610-9387

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978-88-6969-113-3

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978-88-6969-112-6

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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Female prisons

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 Love

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 Sex relationships

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 Migration

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