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Les usages punitifs du rose en prison

Abstract : Feminine color in the West, pink crosses several times the prison world, especially via the Baker-Miller Pink (BMP). This shade of pink would have the capacity to appease the prisoners if one paints their cell. Become a real popular phenomenon taken up by fashion or by artists, the BMP actually conceals a system of heterosexual oppression that relies on the symbolism of pink to humiliate and punish male prisoners in a prison space where virility is the norm. Through the prism of gender studies, this article seeks to analyze how pink is used as a tool for the exercise of power in prisons.
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Kévin Bideaux. Les usages punitifs du rose en prison. Doc.eu, Casa Cărții de Știință 2019, Închisoarea: fenomen istoric, sociologic și psihologic, 4, pp.90-94. ⟨hal-02316541v1⟩

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