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De las normas jurídicas a las relaciones sociales: Historia de un conflicto familiar
Daich,Deborah;
Intersecciones en antropolog?-a , 2006,
Abstract: how the practice of law tries to solve family controversies reaching the courts is oriented by certain concepts of family and next-of-kin relationships that have an impact on the way these cases are treated. we must also recognize that what the law does not envisage it cannot manage. thus, in this paper, we analyze the case of a man who through legal proceedings attempted to claim the right to see a girl with whom he has a father-child relation, although the bond is neither biological nor legal. the case could not even be brought before the courts, since his lawyer rejected it on the grounds that legal recognition of this bond was impossible. the reading that judicial officials can derive from this controversy would be based on legal concepts, but to truly understand it we must go beyond the law and develop a socio-genesis of the conflict, describing both the acts that defined it and the interdependencies linking the people involved. legislation does not explain human behavior and, regardless of what courts may rule, there are frequently other standards at work that are more relevant in the context of human relations.
Te conozco Mascarita: Prácticas de identificación en el mundo judicial penal
Daich,Deborah;
Av?? , 2008,
Abstract: even if the "question of identity" is present in every legal procedure, it shows itself in different ways. many are the ways to identify a person, and many are the forms to conceptualize these identification methods and their uses. therefore, our aim is to reflect on some identification practices, such as the "suspect lineup" and others, present in the world of criminal justice. thus, in this article we seek to account how the 'question of identity', the need to establish a person's identity, is penetrating criminal procedures, making use of different materials and acquiring diverse uses and meanings.
La violencia de los otros. Reflexiones en torno a la construcción de la violencia familiar en el marco de la Justicia Civil de Familia en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires
Deborah Daich
AIBR : Revista de Antropología Iberoamericana , 2005,
Abstract: En los procedimientos de la Justicia Nacional Civil en los casos de violencia familiar en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, casi todos los agentes judiciales participan de una construcción generalizada que redunda en asignarle a la violencia el lugar de la otredad, en sus discursos la violencia es siempre obra de los otros y a estos otros les viene de un afuera. Así, los agentes judiciales asignan a los comportamientos violentos, razones o motivaciones ajenos a la voluntad y arbitrio de las personas. Ahora bien, las personas que se ven envueltas en estos dramas de violencia doméstica no necesariamente coinciden con la visión de los agentes del mundo judicial.
Un debate feminista: Entrevista a Marta Lamas
Deborah Daich
Mora (Buenos Aires) , 2012,
Abstract:
Abolicionismo o reglamentarismo?: Aportes de la antropología feminista para el debate local sobre la prostitución Abolicionismo ou reglamentarismo?: Contribui es da antropologia feminista para o debate local sobre a prostitui o Abolitionism or reglamentarism?: Contributions of Feminist Anthropology to the local debate on prostitution
Deborah Daich
Runa : Archivo para las Ciencias del Hombre , 2012,
Abstract: La problemática de la prostitución implica una serie de debates respecto de si debe ser reglamentada como trabajo sexual, prohibida y penalizado su ejercicio, o abolida del sistema social. Nuestro país tiene, desde el a o 1936, una posición abolicionista que actualmente constituye el discurso hegemónico en el debate sobre la prostitución. La prostitución es problemática en sí misma porque condensa varios significados, porque habla de un diverso mercado sexual en el que diferencias de clase, etnia y género, se conjugan en distintas combinaciones dando lugar a innumerables escenarios. Reconocer la diversidad de situaciones posibles no implica desconocer que las diferencias atribuidas a varones y mujeres pueden transformarse, en cada uno de esos escenarios, en diferencias de poder y desigualdad. Pretendo reflexionar aquí, a partir de una serie de experiencias de trabajo de campo, acerca de las contribuciones que la antropología feminista puede brindar para el debate público respecto de la prostitución. A problemática da prostitui o implica em uma série de debates sobre se deve ser regulamentada como trabalho sexual, proibido e penalizado o seu exercício, ou abolido do sistema social. Nosso país tem, desde o ano 1936, uma posi o abolicionista que constitui o discurso hegem nico no debate a respeito da prostitui o. A prostitui o é problemática em si mesma porque condensa vários significados, porque fala de um mercado sexual no qual as diferen as de classe, etnia e gênero se conjugam em diferentes combina es para dar lugar a inumeráveis cenários. Reconhecer a diversidade de situa es possíveis n o implica em desconhecer o fato de que as diferen as atribuídas a homens e mulheres podem transformar-se, em cada um desses cenários, em diferen as de poder e desigualdade. Assim, neste artigo, e a partir de uma série de experiências de trabalho de campo, pretendo refletir sobre as contribui es com que a antropologia feminista pode brindar ao debate público sobre a prostitui o. The issue of prostitution involves a series of debates over whether it should be regulated as sex work, prohibited and penalized, or abolished. Our country has, since 1936, an abolitionist position, which constitutes the hegemonic discourse on the debate about prostitution. Prostitution itself is problematic because it condenses several meanings and because it speaks of a vast and diverse sex market in which differences of class, ethnicity and gender come together in different combinations to give rise to countless scenarios. To recognize this diversity doesn't imply ignoring the fact th
Te conozco Mascarita: Prácticas de identificación en el mundo judicial penal
Deborah Daich
Avá : Revista de Antropología , 2008,
Abstract: Si la "cuestión de la identidad" atraviesa todos los procedimientos judiciales, no siempre lo hace de la misma manera. Diversas son las formas en que se identifican a las personas así como los modos en que se conceptualizan y se llevan adelante esas formas de identificación y diversos son también los usos que se les asignan. Así pues, este trabajo pretende reflexionar sobre algunas prácticas de identificación, tales como la "rueda de reconocimiento" y otras, que tienen lugar en el mundo de la Justicia Penal. Interesa dar cuenta de cómo la "cuestión de la identidad", la necesidad de determinar la identidad de las personas, atraviesa los procedimientos judiciales penales, sirviéndose para ello de diferentes materiales y adoptando usos y sentidos diversos. Even if the "question of identity" is present in every legal procedure, it shows itself in different ways. Many are the ways to identify a person, and many are the forms to conceptualize these identification methods and their uses. Therefore, our aim is to reflect on some identification practices, such as the "suspect lineup" and others, present in the world of criminal justice. Thus, in this article we seek to account how the 'question of identity', the need to establish a person's identity, is penetrating criminal procedures, making use of different materials and acquiring diverse uses and meanings.
De las normas jurídicas a las relaciones sociales: Historia de un conflicto familiar From the law to social relationships: A story of a family conflict
Deborah Daich
Intersecciones en Antropología , 2006,
Abstract: Las formas en que la práctica del derecho intenta resolver los conflictos familiares que llegan a los tribunales están orientadas por ciertas concepciones de familia y de parentesco que influyen en el tratamiento de los casos y, a la vez, aquello que no está previsto por el derecho, no puede ser tratado por él. Así, en este trabajo, se analiza el caso de un hombre que intenta reclamar judicialmente el reestablecimiento del contacto con una ni a con la que tiene una relación paterno filial pero ningún vínculo jurídico ni biológico; el caso no pudo llegar siquiera a los tribunales puesto que ya en el despacho del abogado fue desestimado al considerarse imposible el reconocimiento jurídico de esa relación. La lectura que los operadores de la justicia pueden brindar acerca del conflicto se basa en concepciones jurídicas pero una verdadera comprensión del mismo requiere ir más allá del derecho, realizar una sociogénesis del conflicto, describiendo tanto de los actos que lo definen como el cuadro de interdependencias que ligan a las personas involucradas puesto que las normas jurídicas no explican los comportamientos de las personas e independientemente de lo que puedan dictar las sentencias judiciales, muchas veces hay otras normas que están funcionando y que resultan más relevantes en el marco de las relaciones que ligan a las personas. How the practice of law tries to solve family controversies reaching the courts is oriented by certain concepts of family and next-of-kin relationships that have an impact on the way these cases are treated. We must also recognize that what the law does not envisage it cannot manage. Thus, in this paper, we analyze the case of a man who through legal proceedings attempted to claim the right to see a girl with whom he has a father-child relation, although the bond is neither biological nor legal. The case could not even be brought before the courts, since his lawyer rejected it on the grounds that legal recognition of this bond was impossible. The reading that judicial officials can derive from this controversy would be based on legal concepts, but to truly understand it we must go beyond the law and develop a socio-genesis of the conflict, describing both the acts that defined it and the interdependencies linking the people involved. Legislation does not explain human behavior and, regardless of what courts may rule, there are frequently other standards at work that are more relevant in the context of human relations.
Configuración de territorios de violencia y control policial: corporalidades, emociones y relaciones sociales
Daich,Deborah; Pita,María Victoria; Sirimarco,Mariana;
Cuadernos de antropolog?-a social , 2007,
Abstract: this work is centered in the analysis of the processes of configuration of violent territories and police control as resultants of the network of social relations and practices that bind police groups with subjects and groups, regularly defined and typified by the same police agency as objects of their control and administration. it is focused, in that sense, in the analysis of the corporalities and emotions qua constructors of bodies, identities and social relations. this, because we understand sociability networks that reciprocally tie individuals by means of interdependences of diverse class, as those that outline the field of the everyday life on which the effective forms of control and violence are constructed and produced.
Configuración de territorios de violencia y control policial: corporalidades, emociones y relaciones sociales
Deborah Daich,María Victoria Pita,Mariana Sirimarco
Cuadernos de Antropología Social , 2007,
Abstract: Este trabajo se centra en el análisis de los procesos de configuración de territorios de violencia y control policial resultantes de la malla de relaciones y prácticas sociales que vinculan a grupos policiales con sujetos y colectivos que habitualmente son definidos y tipificados por la misma agencia policial como objeto de su control y administración. Se enfatiza, para ello, en el análisis de las corporalidades y emociones qua constructoras de cuerpos, identidades y relaciones sociales. Esto, pues entendemos que son las redes de sociabilidad que vinculan recíprocamente a los individuos mediante interdependencias de diversa clase, las que configuran el campo de lo cotidiano sobre el que se construyen y producen las formas efectivas de control y violencia. Este trabalho centra-se na análise dos processos de configura o de territórios de violência e controle que resultam da malha de rela es e práticas sociais que vinculam grupos policiais com sujeitos e coletivos aos quais a mesma institui o policial define e tipifica como seu objeto de controle y administra o. Da-se ênfase nas corporalidades e emo es qua construtoras de corpos, identidades e rela es sociais. Isso assim, pois se entende que s o as redes de sociabilidade, que vinculam reciprocamente aos indivíduos mediante interdependências de diverso tipo, as que configuram o campo do cotidiano sobre o qual se constroem e produzem formas efetivas de controle e violência. This work is centered in the analysis of the processes of configuration of violent territories and police control as resultants of the network of social relations and practices that bind police groups with subjects and groups, regularly defined and typified by the same police agency as objects of their control and administration. It is focused, in that sense, in the analysis of the corporalities and emotions qua constructors of bodies, identities and social relations. This, because we understand sociability networks that reciprocally tie individuals by means of interdependences of diverse class, as those that outline the field of the everyday life on which the effective forms of control and violence are constructed and produced.
Rainbows, Time Zones, and Other Mind-Dependent Objects: Making Sense of the Relevant Notions of “Mind-Dependence” in the Debate between Metaphysical Realists and Antirealists  [PDF]
Deborah C. Smith
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2012.21006
Abstract: In a recent article, Sam Page distinguishes four kinds of mind-(in)dependence: ontological, causal, structural, and individuative. He argues that, despite the fact that the metaphysical realism/antirealism debate has been frequently characterized as a debate between those who accept and those who deny that the world is causally and/or structurally dependent on minds, many antirealists are primarily interested in defending the claim that the world is individuatively mind-dependent. In this article, I critically examine these differing senses of “mind-dependence” highlighting ways in which they remain ambiguous and identifying various entailment relations between them. I argue that there is reason to believe that ontological dependence, structural dependence, and the only sort of individuative dependence that is relevant to the metaphysical debate are coextensive notions. As such, any argument that succeeds in establishing that it is incoherent to suppose that everything is ontologically and/or structurally dependent thereby establishes the incoherence of metaphysical antirealism.
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