1 edition of Women in Latin America. found in the catalog.
Women in Latin America.
by Latin America Documentation, USCC in Washington, D.C. (1312 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington 20005)
Written in English
|Series||The LADOC "keyhole" series ;, 10|
|LC Classifications||HQ1460.5 .W628|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||81184428|
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In Latin American history, Women in Latin America. book have not only played key roles within the family and society, but have long been active participants in political and economic life.
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In this second edition of her acclaimed volume, The Women of Colonial Latin America, Susan Migden Socolow has revised substantial portions of the book - incorporating new topics and illustrative cases that significantly expand topics addressed in the first edition; updating historiography; and adding new material on poor, rural, indigenous and Cited by: What's going on here.
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Women in Latin America In the past, women were expected take care of children and home rather than work, and were far less educated than men. Living in a largely patriarchal and very religious society where traditions were observed without question meant that gender discrimination was considered the natural way of the world.
Radical Women in Latin America is a collection of original essays by scholars from a variety of disciplines—anthropology, history, and political science—on the political activism of women from both the left and the right. The stories of these radical women challenge traditional portrayals of men as violent and women as inherently peaceful.
Radical Women in Latin America is a collection of original essays by scholars from a variety of disciplines—anthropology, history, and political science—on the political activism of women from both the left and the right.
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This indispensable text reader provides 4/5(1). Women in Latin America. Louis Park, MN: Glenhurst Publications, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marjorie Wall Bingham; Susan Hill Gross; Janet Donaldson; Women in World Area Studies (Project).
the labor force averages around 80 percent for men but only 50 percent for women – nearly half of women’s productive potential remains untapped compared to one-fifth for men. Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), as a region, saw the largest gains in female labor force participation (LFP) in the world during the last two decades.
Women: we too are oppressed --The lady of the house bought me-for one lamb --Cuban women in --The Aymara woman --The religious woman in Latin America --Machismo-Creole style --Equality between men and women. About the Book.
The result of a collaboration among eight women scholars, this collection examines the history of women’s participation in literary, journalistic, educational, and political activity in Latin American history, with special attention to the first half of this century.
This book provides a comprehensive view of women's political participation in Latin America. Focusing on the latter half of the twentieth century, it examines five different arenas of action and debate: political institutions, workplaces, social movements, revolutions, and feminisms.
Nikki Craske explores the ways in which women have become more effective in the public arena as the context of. 23 Badass Latin American Women Who Made History. Anabel Hernández is a Mexican journalist and author of the book, Mistral was the first Latin American women to receive the Nobel Prize in.Lists about: Best Books of All Time: The World Library List, Women Around the World, Plight of a Nation, Historical Fiction set in Latin America, Sou.
The 10 best Latin American books of all time The best novels by Latin American authors or set in Latin America from One Hundred Years of Solitude to The Alchemist.