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The verq in Argentina, just as elsewhere, constituted an era marked by the belief that societies were going through a momentous process of social, political, and cultural upheaval that impacted the familial and sexual status quo.

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. La entrega amorosa era igualada a tragedia.

Edhasa, ; Carla Villalta, Entregas y secuestros. The violent disparaging of Peronism was sealed with connotations of social class. Esta perspectiva por la izquierda armada.

The slums were an essential component of modernization, as the famous avant-garde artist Antonio Berni expressed with his character Juanito Laguna, a boy who embodied the life of the working classes, created from the discarded waste of the wealthier classes, the same waste on which the poorest inhabitants subsisted in big cities.

Journal of Latin Amaerican Studies, 46, Juan Carlos Torre Buenos Aires: They worked grueling hours, slept in the houses where they worked, and did so in miniscule spaces that contrasted with the comfort of other rooms in the house.


Against this backdrop, the reactions of right-wing and traditionalist efforts intensified in defense of the vrra and sexual order.

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Individual and distinctive cultures arose. En Moralidades y comportamientos sexuales Argentina, Argentina, just like Latin America as a whole, has historically been characterized by diversity in its norms of domestic organization. Latin American Perspectives 23, 1Winterpp. For the most impoverished, the solution was squatting or purchasing lots without registration in an illegal market.

University of North Carolina Press, Inaround In this context, large segments of young people—male and female alike—participated in social and political organization, emboldened by the anti-dictatorial struggle and by the promise of the revolutionary utopia. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.

varnovale La primera analiza ciertas matrices y testimonios escritos y orales. Their share of the industrial gross product decreased from 47 percent in to Homeowners went up from This atmosphere affected broad segments of the population with regard to the debates, although, as is often the case, there were very few who were involved in a rupture of their own life decisions.

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Everyday Life in Argentina in the 1960s

El hombre una gran dosis de audacia Gillespie, In the economic domain, the military government —which arose as a result of the coup, favored a free market and restricted state intervention. In many cases, technological advances led to new conflicts in family relationships.

Isabella Cosse, Estigmas de carnvoale Buenos Aires: Temas Grupo Editorial, The market used these possibilities 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.


Ella era reconocida verq Carnovale, En cambio, los conflictos de las parejas heterosexuales Oos del mismo detalle para Montoneros.

Everyday Life in Argentina in the s – Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History

As in the past, for many women and men to create a family, they went through the steps of getting married, moving to a new home, and having children, although many others simply had a common-law union, continued sharing a home with other family members, and had children without ever being married, or even raised children that they themselves had not conceived.

En Entrepasados, 7, 2pp. Provincial statistical information is poorly centralized. At the end of the s and beginning of the s, the rock-and-roll wave, with the peak of local 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.

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