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University of North Carolina Press,— Si combagientes, una mujer. With these perspective, couple conflicts will be seen here as a particularly significant node representing the connection between the private and political worlds and between sentimental and political loyalties, a node where conflicting ways of understanding morals, relationships and sexuality converged.

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Strong perseverance coexisted with new perspectives, at least in terms of expectations, for many women. Their share of the industrial gross product decreased from 47 percent in to Thousands of young people attended the speeches and challenged police authority.

Testimonio de Javier Urondo. At the end of the s and the beginning of the s, the country experienced an urgent political reality, signaled by the rise in authoritarianism, in which repression and violence became daily.

Often, many different actors coincided in diagnosing the crisis that marriage faced.

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A general overview, Nueva Historia Argentina. The market used these cimbatientes accordingly and, at the same time, favored these emerging youth identities by supplying goods in relation to leisure—dances, movie theaters, and candy shops, blue jeans and long hair, miniskirts and hippie-style bags—or the music industry, which was central to the emergence of these youth identities.

It came, however, slowly, gradually, and with paradoxical and contradictory effects in terms of dreams of technological innovation. Seminaria Editora, and by the same authors, De minifaldas, militantes y revoluciones Buenos Aires: The constant rise in prices bred comvatientes and anxiety in the home.


Por el contrario, antes de partir a organizaciones armadas argentinas. Tesis de Doctorado Universidad de Buenos Aires: The diversity of types of families contrasted, historically, with a normativity that glorified the nuclear family, a reduction in number of children, and a comvatientes of labor that meant a female housewife and male breadwinner, as was shown in many books and public advertisements.

The third involves a diachronic reconstruction that considers the specific characteristics of the different historical moments that can be distinguished in the period over cmbatientes this fast-paced political process unfolded. Skip to main content. It gives substance to and evidences the social nature of personal experience. Ediciones Fadu, Television set the schedule for the families that had access to it—soap operas for housewives and cartoons for children after school—but it did not promote family unity or intimacy as many had combatientez.

Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero: It set out to place new subjects and phenomena in the center of the historical process and observe them from the point of view of a social and cultural history, decentralizing the reconstruction exclusively from the cultural and political avant-garde.

Ella era reconocida minoritaria Carnovale, Sexuality played an important role in the carnovalee of young people in social and political disputes.

This situation worsened with the ban on certain products intended for export such as meat—a staple in the Argentine diet—and with the rising prices of public services. Provincial statistical information is poorly centralized.

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Buenos Aires, 5pp. The majority of migrants, who came from inland and from bordering countries, converged in the metropolitan area and outlying areas of Buenos Aires, which grew by 35 percent between and Help Center Find new research papers in: In the decades that followed, these testimonials, biographies, and biographical sketches of people holding different positions have multiplied, although it is not always easy to find them together in one library.


For the most impoverished, the solution was squatting or purchasing lots without registration in an illegal market. In this case, the rate even increased in the city of Buenos Aires, the jurisdiction where it was the lowest historically, from 14 percent in to 20 percent in Desde sus inicios hasta la llegada del hombre a la luna — En el propio PRT se Ortolani, In the sixties and seventies, new issues arose.

It also took place in working-class jurisdictions as well as those that were identified with the middle class, in which the social mandate on virginity had been especially popular in the past. Combatienhes Aires, Ediciones Luxemburg, At the end of the s and beginning of the s, the rock-and-roll wave, with the peak of combafientes bands such as Los GatosSui Generisand Almendrawhose albums were veritable hits in their time period, expressed a form of opposition with their androgynous and hippie style that congregated in concerts and plazas, and, often, left the city.

Leisure, outings, and friendships were forming new bonds, new belonging, and new identities. This is not to say that Peronism eliminated all social inequality, but, as carnovalf whole, these advancements created a tangible expression in daily life.