TITLE

Fronteras internas, cuerpos marcados y experiencia de fuera de lugar. Las migraciones internacionales bajo las actuales lógicas de explotación y exclusión del capitalismo global

AUTHOR(S)
Mora, Belvy; Montenegro, Marisela
PUB. DATE
March 2009
SOURCE
Athenea Digital (Revista de Pensamiento e Investigación Social);2009, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Global capitalism's logic of discrimination, exploitation and exclusion can helpfully be illuminated by the concept of 'the frontier'. Frontiers are a necessary feature of migration and inevitably generate an "us" and a "them". The concept of an "internal frontier" carries this geopolitical boundary-making over into the everyday experience of immigrants, experienced in their very bodily being. "Fortress Europe" constructs the immigrant as a threat; the result is the immigrant's experience of being marked out as ill-fitting, inappropriate and out of place.
ACCESSION #
39750938

 

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