Women, men and the Falkland Islands in Argentine history - the gendering of the national "self"-- stressing the importance of ideology and discource - the case of Peronist women (1943-1955)-- on ideology, discource and conciousness - a gendered overview-- other characterizations of the Peronist phenomenon-- the stage of constitution of the Peronist discource (1943-mid-1945)-- the ideological and political strategy of Peronism (1945-1955)-- the family - its organization and functions during the Peronist government-- the political participation of peronist women-- analysis of the speeches concerning the Peronist discource for women-- conclusions - Peronist populism and women's political conciousness-- epilogue - "Evita" and "Diana", the globalized women.
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Written from a Marxist/feminist perspective, this study examines issues surrounding Latin American women, men and the "nation". It looks at development, education and history as well as the speeches of Eva Peron to offer insight into the roles and stereotypes of Argentinian women. (source: Nielsen Book Data)