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Additionally, what seems implied in these statements is that the effects of a traumatizing past determine an injured subject that clnsume to get redress from the state, as discussed by Brown.
Marketing gendered campaigns in the s portrayed women in middle class families as the caretakers and equated being a good mother and wife with acquiring certain appliances or consuming certain products. In Freudian terms, the subject becomes a subject of the paternal Law, culture and the order of sexual cinsume by virtue of a lack, a fundamental impossibility to satisfy desire.
La Forja de Ilusiones: El Sistema de Partidos, 1932-1973
February 3, Issue. Christmas Card by Las Choras del Puerto. At the same time, Preciado has suggested that what characterized this current stage of capitalism is the political administration of the body, sex, and sexuality. Motherhood is framed in the heterosexual family as a service to the nation, and female homosexuality remains largely invisible.
Roberto, my favourite cousin, is the son that my uncle never got to meet. The main point with which the city took issue was not the working conditions for the employees, but rather the fact that many of the cafes had dark windows. It was and I was aware I had a different background than most of my classmates and neighbourhood friends, having just returned from exile in Colombia. These spectacles inscribed the female body as a commodity, a property of the state, and a function of producing capital; while at the same time formulating a narrative of sexual freedom.
The result was then a nationwide public debate on what should be the limits of this destape, understood as a sexual liberation. When commodities have colonized the whole of social life, then that historical moment can be described as the spectacle.
Politically, I wish to contribute to undoing the legacies of militarized violence and neoliberal ideology in Chile, along with their long-term effects on the shaping of gendered subjectivities.
It has become increasingly important to Nicaraguan advocates to produce particular images of sexuality and gender in the performative and entertainment venue of television.
Ten years later, inKaren Atala, a judge by profession, lost custody of her two daughters when her ex-husband took her to court because she was a lesbian. In the s, mass media messages continued 50 to interpellate middle class women as consumers, bombarding them with both images of domestic life and promising pleasure, sophistication, and glamour.
What there is are simply scenes of dissensus, capable of surfacing at any place and at any time. At the center of this conceptualization, for the purpose of my own argument, lays the possibility that dismantling the Oedipal structure of the neurotic could allow for the emergence of collective and deterritorialized subjectivities.
While this formulation is useful to understand the repressive and alienating aspects of spectacles, as well as their specific historical connection to capitalism, the debordian spectacle is not politically useful for taking into account human agency in the form of resistance or critical viewership, nor does it even leave room for any ambivalence in the process of alienation by the spectacle.
This version of transparency as voyeurism, or rather, a male gaze over the feminine body, organizes the dominant narratives of the transition. This is 74 significant if we consider, again, that progressive narratives had been pre-empted of their utopian character. In this sense, state action cannot strictly be considered the formal gestures by government institutions, but also viewed in its cultural expressions, such as in the form of art and literature.
Aylwin offered a narrative that combined social justice, peace, economic growth, human rights, and freedom, but, especially, emphasized transparency as the main value of democracy. Instead, he presents an approach based on a different set of assumptions: The Unidad Popular, in turn, displayed a gender imagery that reinforced these traditional gender ideals, in publications and murals where the workers were visually portrayed as strong muscular men, and in the lyrics of popular leftist songs, where men were the protagonists of the social struggle and women their supporters.
Between the s and the s, throughout the Popular Front and the Agrarian Reform, institutions such as redistributive welfare systems and labour institutions had forged conditions for the political constitution of collective subjects who were able to negotiate their power relations with the state, despite the authoritarian origins of the government.
Thornham points to the links between spectacle and the shaping of subjects as gendered consumers: For this very same reason, invoking the conservative discourse of the family has been a recurrent strategy to survive and confront military violence by women throughout Latin American dictatorships.
Dore and Molyneux explore the dynamics between state politics and gender specifically in Latin America throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Power and Freedom in Late Modernity, Wendy Brown asks questions about the formation of subjects at the crossroads of neoconservative and neoliberal narratives, which function as separate, even contradictory discourses, but also together to produce a particular kind of subject whose psychic constitution seems to trap them in relation to state power: If a passionate brotherhood or fraternal comradeship was promoted in nationalist discourse, on the other hand, male-to-male sexualized relationships were to be carefully policed and contained.
I grew up an angry girl in the s.
This literature shapes my interest on the local tactical role of discourses of sexuality in legitimizing certain political projects. Conducted by Antonio Vodanovic and directed by Sergio Riesenberg, the variety show, recorded in the Casablanca hall of the Crown Plaza Hotel, aimed to broadcast a show similar to the ones offered by teatros de revistas. Like all academic work, the writing of this thesis has also been an embodied experience in which my immigration status, maternity, lack of proper funding for graduate students in my program reflecting broader cuts for the artsand federal decisions about childcare, have positioned my academic body in a precarious place in relation to the competitive culture of the neoliberal university pervasive both in Chile and in Canada.
For Mosse, the alliance between sexual respectability and 66 nationalism—”perhaps the most powerful and effective ideology of modern times”—resulted in an extremely strong cluster that was appropriated by not only different but antagonistic political projects, as it could be accommodated to discursively legitimize and promote whatever agenda 9.
The multiple and complex relationships yomas gender, sexuality, desire, institutions, and subjectivity has been the focus cohsume significant scholarship on gender and sexuality in Latin America see the essays edited by French and Bliss in Gender, Sexuality, and Power in Latin America Since Independence.
For IRT, marketing to middle classes with newly acquired purchasing power through credit was a deliberate strategy to advertise their household products as smaller, less expensive, and more accessible to this segment of the population.