The educational narrativity in the first period of Oliveira Salazar’s government. Women’s voices in the National Assembly (1935–1945)

@article{Ado2005TheEN,
  title={The educational narrativity in the first period of Oliveira Salazar’s government. Women’s voices in the National Assembly (1935–1945)},
  author={{\'A}urea Ad{\~a}o and Maria Jos{\'e} Rem{\'e}dios},
  journal={History of Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={34},
  pages={547 - 559}
}
  • Áurea Adão, Maria José Remédios
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • History of Education
  • Oliveira Salazar’s accession to the government followed the military coup of 1926, which put an end to the period of democratic republican life. The Constitution approved in 1933 defined the new regime, which came to be known as ‘Estado Novo’. Ideologically sustained by an anti‐liberal concept of Catholicism, this political regime would grant Portuguese women not only the right to vote – never obtained during the First Republic, despite feminist claims – and would also ensure them a seat in the… CONTINUE READING
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    Interestingly, and unlike the experience of other women MPs, after her speech not a single reference was made to it by her male colleagues
      It was a long discussion: from session 57, 14 March, to session 63
        There were cries of 'Hear! Hear!' in response to her speech