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  1. Research

    Operation Princess in Rio de Janeiro: Policing ‘Sex Trafficking’, Strengthening Worker Citizenship, and the Urban Geopolitics of Security in Brazil

    Amar, Paul. 2009. “Operation Princess in Rio de Janeiro: Policing ‘Sex Trafficking’, Strengthening Worker Citizenship, and the Urban Geopolitics of Security in Brazil.” Security Dialogue 40 (4-5): 513-41.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Gender, Women, Governance, Livelihoods, Sexual livelihoods, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militarization, Race, Security, Human Security, Trafficking, Sex Trafficking Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Brazil Keywords: security, gender, human trafficking, race, Brazil

  2. Research

    Guerrilleras in Latin America: Domestic and International Roles

    Gonzalez-Perez, Margaret. 2006. “Guerrilleras in Latin America: Domestic and International Roles.” Journal of Peace Research 43 (3): 313–29.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Female Combatants, Gender, Women, Gender Roles, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Non-state Armed Groups Regions: Americas, Caribbean countries, Central America, North America, South America Countries: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay

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    'Who Is the Macho Who Wants to Kill Me?’ Male Homosexuality, Revolutionary Masculinity, and the Brazilian Armed Struggle of the 1960s and 1970s

    Green, James N. 2012. "'Who Is the Macho Who Wants to Kill Me?' Male Homosexuality, Revolutionary Masculinity, and the Brazilian Armed Struggle of the 1960s and 1970s." Hispanic American Historical Review 92 (3): 437-69. doi:10.1215/00182168-1600288.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Masculinity/ies, LGBTQ, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Non-state Armed Groups, Sexuality Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Brazil Keywords: LGBT, homophobia, homosexuality, armed conflict, non-state actors, Brazil

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