Aproximaciones a un nuevo perfil feminicida: una mirada a los cambios y las transiciones

Palabras clave: feminicidios, imprevisibles, melodrama, reputación, confinamiento

Resumen

Desde una perspectiva comprehensiva y contextualizada se realiza un abordaje inicial del confinamiento a raíz de la pandemia, y de sus implicancias en materia de violencia contra las mujeres, para luego describir las masculinidades en proceso de transformación, indicando que los maltratadores ocasionales e imprevisibles, los espacios citadinos, las masculinidades melodramáticas, la reputación masculina y la agencia feminicida en ascenso de las ex parejas, son rasgos prevalecientes de los actuales feminicidios, y por ello deberían ser considerados en la elaboración de un perfil feminicida.

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Publicado
2020-08-14
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Barboza, M., & Montag, D. (2020). Aproximaciones a un nuevo perfil feminicida: una mirada a los cambios y las transiciones. YACHAQ, 3(1), Pág. 1-9. https://doi.org/10.46363/yachaq.v3i1.113
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