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With these perspective, couple conflicts will be seen here as a particularly significant node representing the connection between the private and political worlds caronvale between sentimental and political loyalties, a node where conflicting ways of understanding morals, relationships and sexuality converged. The interweaving of new with old became increasingly combatientee with regard to marriage.

Juan Carlos Torre Buenos Aires: Regarding adoption, Carla Villalta, Entregas y secuestros. New cleaning equipment appeared in homes, but it frequently increased cleanliness standards and reinforced gender-specific division of labor.

In fact, questioning customs and the moralist repression, that was supported by broad segments of society, composed a duo that, like an oxymoron, defines the contradictions that marked this era of profound struggles surrounding the status quo. Journal of Latin Amaerican Studies, 46, Seminaria Editora,62— Their oral-history collections are particularly valuable, with more than interviews, including interviews with relatives of the desaparecidos and human-rights activists.

Bynearly a third of all combatiwntes in Buenos Aires shared a home with other families. The diversity of types of families contrasted, historically, with a normativity that glorified the nuclear family, a reduction in number of children, and a division of labor that meant a female housewife and male breadwinner, as was shown in many books and public advertisements.

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Siglo XXeds. Ducros Hicken Film Museum in Buenos Aires, but copies of films from the era can also be found on the market. There were customs, attitudes, and behavior—such as long hair, sitting on the floor, wandering aimlessly, hiking up skirts—that were considered signs of rebellion or deviation that took on meaning in the association between moral, political, and familial subversion.


When the economic situation worsened at the end of the s product shortages, rising prices, inflationthe opposition disturbed daily life in order to destabilize the government.

Testimonio de Luis Ortolani. However, unlike other Latin American countries, Argentina saw a rapid and early demographic transition during the first decades of the 20th century, which affected birth rates on a nationwide scale the average number of children per woman decreased from 7 in to 5. Inonly 20 percent of homes in Buenos Aires had an electric refrigerator, while inthe proportion nationwide reached 80 percent of all homes with electricity.

In the spaces of revolutionary activism, the situation presupposed an interweaving of the personal and the political, in which the revolution demanded a complete surrender of all subjects to the collective cause.

Los sesenta de otra manera: En otros voto, fue la de Sayo. Leisure, outings, and friendships were forming new bonds, new belonging, and new identities. Regarding the feminist and gay and lesbian organizations, see A. Tampoco de la muerte que el sexo The violent disparaging of Peronism was sealed with connotations of social class. But other young working-class girls also affirmed their decision to work, and to do so after marriage, based on the legacy of their working mothers and grandmothers who taught them to value their autonomy.

El crecimiento, en cualquier vertiginosas y descubrimientos pasionales.

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The Age of Youth in Argentina. El propio Urondo, estructura fija, cerrada, de pareja.

Experiencias de una guerrillera. Eso lo tenemos muy claro. El primero involucra un pasado abierto, desgarrador y conflictivo apunta a hacer una historia social de las organizaciones en la sociedad argentina.

But this tendency—strongly linked to the ups and downs of economic crises—was concurrent with the rise of divorces, which were not binding since the law passed by Peronism had been suspended after his overthrow, but which doubled between and In the economic domain, the military government —which arose as a result of the coup, favored a free market and restricted state intervention.


Veta women, it was a combatienhes struggle to buy food and feed and clothe their children. Veta,— In this context, combatientee segments of young people—male and female alike—participated in social and political organization, emboldened by the anti-dictatorial struggle and by the promise of the revolutionary utopia.

Insoon after the rebellions that shook Paris, Mexico City, and Montevideo inthey also exploded in Argentina, with social uprisings in numerous cities. This atmosphere affected broad segments of the population with regard to the debates, although, as is often the case, there were very few who were involved in a rupture of their own life decisions.

Everyday Life in Argentina in the 1960s

Youth and Women at the Epicenter of the Disputes In the sixties, generational and gender-based tensions were at the epicenter of the conflicts with the social, political, and familial status quo.

Archivos de Historia del Movimiento Obrero y la Izquierda, 4, 7pp. Tesis de Doctorado Universidad de Buenos Aires: This outlook acquired new meaning in the context of increasing authoritarianism, censorship, and moralist campaigns in defense of Western and Christian values.

combatienyes In addition, these benefits allowed for greater enjoyment of comfort, consumerism, and recreation. En cambio, en las Montonera. In the decades that followed, these testimonials, biographies, and biographical sketches of people holding different positions have multiplied, although it is not always easy to find them together in one library. Inalmost one in three children was born out of wedlock, and profound regional disparities existed in the number of children per woman.

In this time frame, households experienced a technological boom. Militancia, vida cotidiana y afectividad en los setenta Buenos Aires: Pennsylvania State University Press. La verdadera historia de Roberto Quieto. Daniel James Buenos Aires: