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Riflessioni sulla dignità umana nel contesto carcerario americano: considerazioni su una classe speciale di migranti e rifugiati
Autori/Curatori: Robert Johnson, Max Looper, Maya Barack 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2013 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  10 P. 173-182 Dimensione file:  232 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SISS2013-001014
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The article deals with the migration phenomenon in the world after the terroristic attack of 9/11: globalization has changed the idea of immigration, bringing a renewed definition of borders and a new concept of security for migrants. It analyses the peculiar situation of women, the very vulnerable subject in those processes. In this perspective, the hardening of migration policies (more restricted standards and actions) could origine serious obstacles to ‘Securitizing’ migration, making the journey of migrants more dangerous, perilous, costly and open to exploitation and victimization.

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Robert Johnson, Max Looper, Maya Barack, in "SICUREZZA E SCIENZE SOCIALI" 1/2013, pp. 173-182, DOI:10.3280/SISS2013-001014


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