Author Archives: PROF. MAE FE ANCHETA-TEMPLA

7 years ago

Today’s View: Sensing globalization and sale of women

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By PROF. MAE FE ANCHETA-TEMPLA

The hegemonic spread of consumption patterns through globalization of the media and new information technologies does not only serve the interest of global capital at the expense of sustainable development, but also foster a growing objectification of women, their bodies and their sexuality.

7 years ago

Today’s View: Demystifying prostituted women portrayed as deviants

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By MAE FE ANCHETA-TEMPLA

In this first foray in Today’s View, I want to debunk the misconception that women in prostitution are deviants and, therefore, have to be regarded as outcasts. Women suffer from such a categorization as if personality disorders have to be corrected and that rehabilitation is of utmost concern for the humanitarians. Here lies the psychoanalytic framework as a further analysis for women in prostitution.