"Feminism is Socialism, Liberty, and Much More:" Second-Wave Chilean Feminism and its Contentious Relationship with Socialism

  title={"Feminism is Socialism, Liberty, and Much More:" Second-Wave Chilean Feminism and its Contentious Relationship with Socialism},
  author={Marcela R{\'i}os Tobar},
  journal={Journal of Women's History},
  pages={129 - 134}
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El tránsito de estudiantes universitarias hacia el feminismo

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This study presents examples of people and institutions that used maternalism to frame political projects and defined motherhood as a biologically determined, natural, and universalist category.

Michelle Bachelet: Engendering Chile’s Democratization

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Female Politicians in Chile: Unfolding the Meanings and Implications for Chilean Politics in the Twenty First Century

The aim of this thesis is to unfold the meanings and implications of female politicians in Chile in the twenty-first century. Based on interviews with Chilean politicians and employing a methodology

Women's Rights in Democratizing States: Contents

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Women's Rights in Democratizing States: Just Debate and Gender Justice in the Public Sphere

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Cultures Of Politics/politics Of Cultures: Revisioning Latin American Social Movements

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Feminisms in Latin America: From Bogotá to San Bernardo

I N THE LAST DECADE, North American and Western European feminist scholars have become increasingly aware of Latin American women and their political activism. Yet this awareness has by no means

Encountering Latin American and Caribbean Feminisms

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