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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Guy, Donna J.
White slavery and mothers alive and dead.
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2000
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Donna J Guy
|Description:||viii, 216 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Future direction in Latin American gender history --
Medical imperialism gone awry: the campaign against legalized prostitution in Latin America --
The pan-American child congresses, 1916 to 1942: Pan-Americanism, child reform, and the welfare state in Latin American --
The politics of Pan-American cooperation: maternalist feminism and the child rights movement, 1913-1960 --
"White slavery," citizenship, and nationality in Argentina --
Women, peonage, and industrialization: Argentina, 1810-1914 --
Lower-class families, women, and the law in nineteenth-century Argentina --
Public health, gender, and private morality: pain labor and the formation of the body politic in Buenos Aires --
Emilio and Gabriela Coni: reformers, public health, and working women --
White slavery, public health, and the socialist position on legalized prostitution in Argentina, 1913-1936 --
Parents before the tribunals: the legal construction of patriarchy in Argentina --
Mothers alive and dead: multiple concepts of mothering in Buenos Aires.
|Series Title:||Engendering Latin America, v. 5.|
|Responsibility:||Donna J. Guy.|