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Viva : Women and Popular Protest in Latin America.

Author: Sarah A Radcliffe; Dr Sallie Westwood; Sallie Westwood
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014.
Series: Routledge international studies of women and place.
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First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Radcliffe, Sarah A.
Viva : Women and Popular Protest in Latin America.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah A Radcliffe; Dr Sallie Westwood; Sallie Westwood
ISBN: 9781317858348 1317858344 9781317858355 1317858352
OCLC Number: 867932386
Notes: The Impact of Recession and Adjustment Processes on Women in Indio Guayas.
Description: 1 online resource (522 pages).
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of illustrations and tables; List of contributors; Acknowledgements; 1. Gender, Racism and the Politics of Identities in Latin America; Imagining Américas; Racisms and the Racialization of Language; Nations and States; Embodiments of Politics and Identities; Women Against the State: Claiming Nationhood; 'Engendering Democracy'; Political Identities: Gender, Racism, Citizenship; Power Blocs, Popular Classes and Popular Culture. 2. The Seeking of Truth and the Gendering of Consciousness: The CoMadres of El Salvador and the Conavigua Widows of GuatemalaIntroduction; Committee of Mothers and Relatives of Prisoners, The Disappeared and the Politically Assassinated of El Salvador Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero (CoMadres); The National Coordinator of Widows of Guatemala (CONAVIGUA); Comparisons and Parallels between the Two Groups; Implications for Feminist Theory of Women's Actions: Taking Issue with Past Feminist Debates; Conclusions; 3. Ecologia: Women, Environment and Politics in Venezuela; Introduction. Venezuelan Politics: Crisis and Social MovementsEcological, Female and Urban Approaches to the Environment; Political-Ideological Organizations; Symbolic-Cultural Organizations; Women's Environmentalist Organizations; GEMA; COFEAPRE; AMAVEN; Theoretical Considerations; Women, Environment and Neighbourhood Associations; Conclusion; 4. 'We Learned to Think Politically': The Influence of the Catholic Church and the Feminist Movement on the Emergence of the Health Movement of the Jardim Nordeste Area in Sāo Paulo, Brazil; Introduction; Brazil in the 1970s and Early 1980s, and Urban Movements. The Popular Church in Brazil and in São PauloThe Feminist Movement in Brazil and in São Paulo; The Emergence of the Health Movement of the Jardim Nordeste Area; Conclusion; 5. Womens Political Participation in Colonias Populares in Guadalajara, Mexico; Introduction; The Mexican Political System; The Case of Guadalajara; Women as Political Actors; Conclusions; 6. Female Consciousness or Feminist Consciousness?: Women's Consciousness Raising in Community-Based Struggles in Brazil; Gender: The Missing Link in Analyses of Popular Social Movements. Political Practice --
The Development of Political Consciousness and SolidarityOral History: The Story Told and Retold; The Transformation of Gender Interests; 7. Touching the Air: The Cultural Force of Women in Chile; La Cuestion Femenina; The Creation of the Cultural; Lo Que Esta en el Aire: What is in the Air; 8. Adjustment from Below: Low-Income Women, Time and the Triple Role in Guayaquil, Ecuador; Gender Bias in Structural Adjustment Policies; Differentiation Among Low-Income Women; Background to the Research; Structural Adjustment and its Impact on Low-Income Households in Indio Guayas.
Series Title: Routledge international studies of women and place.

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Viva explores the growing role of women in Latin America focussing in particular on the construction of gender through political activism and the centrality of gender, class and ethnicity to the  Read more...

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