INTERSECTIONALITY AND OTHER VIEWS ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC BY COVID-19
Keywords:Domestic Violence, Pandemics, Intersectionality, Gender Identity, Social Isolation
This essay aims to problematize oppressions and domestic violence during social isolation in times of pandemic. Starting from the contributions of Institutionalism and intersectional studies, the pandemic is taken as an event and analytical device, making an analysis that crosses the gender category with the other conditions that cross women. It seeks to show that the increase in violence against women during the pandemic can be understood as tension between resistance to racism, sexism and inequalities built by capitalism.
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Copyright (c) 2020 Jeanine Pacheco Moreira Barbosa, Rita de Cássia Duarte Lima, Gabriela de Brito Martins, Solange Drumond Lanna, Maria Angélica Carvalho Andrade
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