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Title: Public security and institutional racism
Other Titles: Afterword – Public Security and Institutional Racism
Posfácio – Segurança Pública e Racismo Institucional
Authors: Oliveira Junior, Almir de
Lima, Verônica Couto de Araújo
Abstract: Almir de Oliveira Junior and Verônica Couto de Araújo Lima’s text, the eight in the edition, discusses institutional racism within the context of public security. In this work, published in October 2013, the authors argue that Brazil’s black population is more exposed to violent crimes and still suffers from discriminatory conduct by police authorities. The authors demonstrate how institutional racism operates from biases and stereotypes to further aggravate the situation of insecurity among this large segment of the population.
metadata.dc.rights.holder: Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (Ipea)
metadata.dc.rights.license: Reproduction of this text and the data it contains is allowed as long as the source is cited. Reproductions for commercial purposes are prohibited.
metadata.dc.type: Boletim de Análise Político-Institucional - Artigos
Appears in Collections:Administração Pública. Governo. Estado: Artigos

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