LBST-2102-254 Mothers Making Latin America Chapter 1
LBST-2102-254 Mothers Making Latin America Chapter 1 2102-254
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Date Created: 09/04/16
Mothers Making Latin America By: O’Connor (NOTES) Introduction Chapter 1 The military government abducted Aida De Suarez’s son The Argentine State terrorized their own people from 19761979 The terrorization became known as the dirty war The dirty war started during Isabel Peron’s presidency from 19741976 This war established an authoritarian government The war caused mothers to unite, mothers from all walks of life, religious and political perspectives Mothers were one of the few groups able to bring international attention to the terrorism in Argentina Bachelet was the sixth Latin American women to become president who had not been married to a high profile male political leader Bachelet got Chileans through the hardships of the worldwide economic recession that hit during her term There was a decline in fertility rates in Latin America Latin American women were becoming more educated th This book will focus on the 19 and 20 centuries mainly after Latin American countries achieved their independence Wealthy or middle class women were the most likely to take advantage of elite notions of motherhood Gender as a category for historical analysis, Gender = Social construction that pertains to the ideas a particular society holds about what it means to be a man or women By adult hood, gender norms often seen as “natural” rather than socially constructed
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