Recently pointed up, in relation to the latter style, is the collusion among congressmen from both the administration and opposition to restore the illegalized
For example, criminalization seeks to influence consumer demand by changing its legal status; enforcement may be directed at deterring consumers of illegalized
activities; information campaigns seek to make consumers pay higher prices for goods that claim to have monitored labor conditions in supply chains, or they may call clients in sex services markets to report the suspicion of abuse of a women to the police.
However, because prostitution is an illegalized
, criminalized activity in almost every Caribbean country, any intervention into the sex sector will reveal people who illegally organize the activities, work without permits, employ others to do the work without legal contracts, assist migration with false documents so that people can take up the jobs, offer work under false pretences, retain people in debt-bondage, provide housing, transportation, or food to undocumented migrants, perpetrate violence knowing that the victim cannot claim police or state protection, and on and on.
And inadvertently the system through several early laws illegalized
drumming, dancing and other African expressions notwithstanding its negative consequences are additional reminders that a distinct Afro-Jamaican cultural and religious space existed and threatened the social order.
124) In 2008, the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation (the Suppression Law) illegalized
soliciting and created protection for women and children from forced prostitution and exploitation.
a stigmatized and illegalized
substance with regard to its effective use
Fowler writes of 'a deathly biopolitical project' through which brown illegalized
residents face detainment or deportation and the 'deadly hostile environs in desert treks' serve as a useful 'space' or 'place' of containment at the border (this issue).
The same goes for people suffering from overcrowded living conditions (for example illegalized
refugees or migrant workers exploited by landlords overcrowding their tenements).
The Hmong way of life--swidden cultivation, cutting dead wood for fuel and trees for building houses, harvesting edible plants or fruits, and hunting and gathering--is illegalized
For example, Ontario's Racial Discrimination Act of 1944 illegalized
the publication or display of materials that racially discriminated.
He covers pirate havens and digital coyotes, milestones between matter and digits, bit rot, crossing borders, illegalized
aliens in the land of the copyrighted, the book of the dead and the death of books, and hybrid genealogies in digital culture.
7) Precarity is defined by Neilson and Rossiter "as all possible shapes of unsure, not guaranteed, flexible exploitation: from illegalized
, seasonal and temporary employment to homework, flex- and temp-work to subcontractors, freelancers or so-called self-employed persons.