Sabrina CALANDRÓN

2018-2019

IdIHCS (CONICET, UNLP) - Universidad Nacional de la Plata (Argentina)

Incorporation of women into police forces in Spain and Argentina: a comparative key

 

The research project focuses on the incorporation of women into police forces in Spain and Argentina. The objective is to analyze the integration of women into the police forces, the relationship between the use of physical force and femininity, and the place of the body and sexuality in the armed professions through a comparative key. This research aims at generating a dialogue between various scientific fields which, at their encounter point, contribute to understanding the feminization of different modern professions, the relationship between gender and corporality and the exercise of physical violence by women.

Research project


The research project focuses on the incorporation of women into police forces in Spain and Argentina. The objective is to analyze the integration of women into the police forces, the relationship between the use of physical force and femininity, and the place of the body and sexuality in the armed professions through a comparative key.

This research aims at generating a dialogue between various scientific fields which, at their encounter point, contribute to understanding the feminization of different modern professions, the relationship between gender and corporality and the exercise of physical violence by women.

Selected Publications

- Calandrón S., Frederic S., Galvani M., Bover T., Galvani I., Melotto M., Ugolini A., De la desmilitarización a la profesionalización policial: un estudio etnográfico sobre la formación básica de la Policía Federal Argentina, Bernal, 2016.

- Calandrón S., Género y sexualidad en la policía bonaerense. San Martín, 2014.

- Calandrón S., “Gender expressions, morality and the use of physical force by the Argentine police”, European Journal of Policies Studies, 4/4, 2017, pp. 34-51.

- Calandrón S., Frederic S.,“Gender Policies and Armed Forces in Latin America’s Southern Cone”, Res Militaris. European Journal of Military Studies, 5/1, 2015.


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