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Women and the Changing Structure of Drug Trafficking in Mexico

@article{Diaz2015WomenAT,
  title={Women and the Changing Structure of Drug Trafficking in Mexico},
  author={Marisol Diaz},
  journal={Voices of Mexico},
  year={2015},
  pages={23-26}
}
The role of women in drug trafficking in Mexico has undergone a substantial change: they have gone from a place of leadership to being trophies. As we know, patriarchal ideology has existed in Mexican society for centuries, but it has not always manifested in the same way. Different practices have made the masculine predominate, and in the context of what is today known as machismo, women are considered inferior, submissive beings to be treated as objects —objects of value, but objects in the… 

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