Sobre femicidio y acoso laboral.
In Southern Continental America from a socio-spatial perspective that includes the austral populations of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, the trans-border is explained by the exchanges, fluxes and appropriations of diverse national populations that co-inhabit a continuum-trans territory. This space re-signified by practices of adhesion, hybridity and transformation and border situation subjectivities’ seems impossible to be understood with conventional methods, stable or emblematic indicators, such as the physical frontier, political-administrative limits and others’. We stop talking about arbitrating from a matrix orientation or configure in absolute cultural terms, to go to the field of the unforeseen and combinations within field rich in interconnections and acquisition of new cultural codes. The border is not irreversibly linked to the principles of vision and division, individualization and homogenization, as attributes of symbolic power established by the national states. We refer to various trans-border movements and social mobility such as indigenous people’s trajectories’, landless’ or border trade. We also refer to academic communities, churches of different religious orientations, tourism and joint actions between national armies and public security institutions, among others. With this proposal we hope to contribute and to recover Southern perspectives related to new subjectivities in the trans-border territories of the Continental South.
Keywords: Trans-border; Subjectivities; Nation-state; Territoriality, Frontier