Una criminología sureña sobre violencia y control: Gobernando la inseguridad en el Sur global

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Cavalcanti, R. (2021). Una criminología sureña sobre violencia y control: Gobernando la inseguridad en el Sur global. Sur Academia: Revista Académica-Investigativa De La Facultad Jurídica, Social Y Administrativa, 8(15). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.unl.edu.ec/index.php/suracademia/article/view/866

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Pocos estudios han examinado las relaciones entre la juventud marginada en las urbes y el sistema de seguridad pública en el al noreste de Brasil. Este artículo aborda esta brecha en la literatura a través de un examen de las percepciones juveniles en una agenda de seguridad dirigida a reducir la violencia. También analiza los efectos de este programa de seguridad al interrogar los discursos hegemónicos de actores estatales en la región, a saber, agentes del sistema de justicia penal. El análisis se basa en datos etnográficos recopilados entre 2012 y 2016 en Recife, ciudad capital del estado de Pernambuco en el noreste de Brasil. Este enfoque permite un examen de las nuevas intervenciones de seguridad y una comparación entre dos distintas narrativas sobre esta nueva agenda de securitización. La primera narrativa se centra en las vulnerabilidades de los jóvenes, la otra en los reclamos de securitización exitosa. Un análisis de estas narrativas amplía la comprensión de los efectos y riesgos de las intervenciones de seguridad, contribuyendo al debate sobre su impacto en la vida de los jóvenes y la sociedad en general.

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