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RESEARCH AND RESOURCES

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Disappearances

Key points about official disappearance data and policy regarding victims.

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Money Laundering

Resources for understanding the financial strategies used by organized crime and the tools for studying it.

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Kingpin Strategy

Findings about how and why the arrest or killing of criminal leaders leads to changes in patterns of violence.

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Gender Violence

The relationships between femicide, the militarization of the drug war, and incarceration, and how intimate partner violence is often obscured.

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Narcoculture

Ways of interpreting music and culture associated with narcotrafficking.

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Youth and Violence

The Impacts of Organized Crime and Punitive Drug Policy on Children

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The Border

Research on the relationship between the U.S.-Mexico border and violence, including the connection between migration and drug smuggling.

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Political Violence

How organized crime makes strategic use of violence to shape politics, and the impacts of violence on democracy.

The Mexico Violence Resource Project is a collaboration between researchers at UC San Diego’s Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies and El Colegio de México. Contact us at admin@mexicoviolence.org

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MEXICO VIOLENCE RESOURCE PROJECT