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That is, that official national memory is articulated through a gendered narrative of the heterosexual, nuclear, respectable family. At the same time, it was formulated as a gendered project in which the state drew a line between respectable men workersrespectable women housewives and mothers and the undisciplined “other. For they sanctify the power of markets in the name of economic efficiency, which requires the elimination of administrative or political barriers capable of inconveniencing the owners of capital in their individual quest for the maximisation of individual profit, which has been turned into a model of rationality.
However, this set of ideas had long preceded the military regime itself, in the historical antecedent of the upper and middle-class culture of maternal charity. The determining male gaze projects its fantasy on to the female figure which is styled accordingly. In this chapter I first address what it means to talk about spectacles, spectacularization, and national spectacles, and what these theoretical articulations add to current debates on neoliberalism. Because he was stupid, homophobic and sexist, because he made this surfer mad!
In this way, state action aims to naturalize a particular social order and particular social relationships through means of coercion but also by constructing consent, sanctioning acceptable and unacceptable gender relations and roles and sexual practices, depending on class, age, race among other markers. While advanced neoliberalism seems to present diversity as a mere juxtaposition of differences that do not threaten each other nor the larger project of social peace and reconciliation, we them seem to require more mobile and fragmentary tactics.
Projected onto national space, national time became national history in the shape of a spectacle.
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Desire is thus not conscious, nor individual, and it cannot be equated with pleasure and happiness, but rather is a drive only partially known to us by its effects. In July ofafter the airing of the first episode, the newspaper La Segunda published four responses to the show from Pamela Pereira a human rights lawyerAlberto Cardemil RN Diputado, who worked as Subsecretario del Interior for Pinochet between andLorena Fries an historian and Miguel Schweitzer a lawyer and dean of conservative university Finis Terrae.
While she has been received with enthusiasm abroad, she has been rather despised in Chile, much like Violeta Parra before she became fetishized as a consumable folklore product for snobbish middle classers in Chile. This view is fixed with an unencumbered access to the marketplace to provide cost-effectiveness, competition, and innovation, resulting in lower prices and more choices for the consumer, greater profits for the successful entrepreneur, growth for the economy and greater benefits and opportunities for all.
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Furthermore, libor narrative about the end of the dictatorship that opposes curfew to destape serves to explain the success of these shops: I was sexually molested at the age of five by a male relative, and completely lacked of any interpretation for it, other than a vague perception that it was somehow my fault.
Discussions about Sabor Latino frequently associate dictatorship with repression and prohibition, and democracy with sexual freedom. This literature shapes my interest on the local tactical role of discourses of sexuality in legitimizing certain political projects. Margaret Power makes a broader argument about how gender shaped the ways people thought tomax politics and experienced everyday life during the Unidad Popular.
Finishing my thesis would have been impossible without the love and support of my husband Jeff Fagoaga, and the help of my mother in-law Sharon Thomson who spent many hours taking care of our daughters Ramona and Guadalupe.
The education of desire as a nation-making device reveals the moral consumme of politics as spectacle: What links spectators is nothing other than an irreversible linkage with the same center that keeps them separated. Fanon had already realized about the similarities in the symbolic structure of the family and the nation, and specifically the way that consymo militarism violently invokes the naturalized authority of the father.
The concept of human agency is key to understanding how human practices do articulate disruptions to the power structures that subject them, including social imaginaries, the symbolic systems specific to their cultural contexts, and Language itself.
The result, as said before, is that in modern societies it becomes inescapable libto subjects to have a “true sex” that defines the self, as it is to have a nationality.
Moreover, in the National Doctrine that shaped dominant state discourse under the dictatorship, bodies were portrayed as monstrous in a Cold War narrative that deemed Marxist or any other collective-oriented practices such as participating in unions, rural collectives, 58 student organizations, etc. Moreover, I ask how these forms of embodiments can pose a critique or a reformulation cosumo queer theory itself.
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Munizaga and Letelier examine the hegemonizing action of the military regime towards woman [la mujer, in the Spanish singular]. The simulacrum of transparency, which aimed to make Chile a marketable product abroad, to attract investors, and to reinvent our identity as a modern and developed country, was most evident at ms Expo Sevilla in Like Judith Butler discusses in Bodies That Matter, agency cannot be conceived as a pre-given property of individuals, but rather, agency is frequently articulated across individuals who conform to historical subjectivities.
By providing a fictionalized account it suddenly seemed possible to talk about it in a somewhat different way. This fundamental indeterminacy is politically appealing, as we can start thinking about art, popular culture and media as possible venues to open up political subjectivation through the multiplication of connections and disconnections between signifiers.
One of the key elements for achieving this unified image comsumo the nation is the use of the metaphor of the family; in fact, in telenovelas, family and nation are constituted in relation to each other through analogies between the domestic time of the family, and the historical time of the nation. While this formulation is useful to understand the repressive and alienating aspects of spectacles, as well as their specific historical connection to capitalism, the debordian spectacle is not politically conshme for taking into account human agency in the form of resistance or critical viewership, nor does it even leave room for any ambivalence in the process of alienation by the spectacle.
The result was then a nationwide public debate on what should be the limits of this destape, understood as a sexual liberation. In this chapter, I set out to analyze the historical links between gender and sexual ideologies mobilized throughout the twentieth century, and the shaping of subjectivities in post-dictatorship Chile.
And Doris Linro analyzes national novels to tackle the relationship between politics and erotics mouliaan Latin M, arguing that narratives of love have been central to the disciplining of subjects within national projects, marked by conflicts, coming together, reconciliation and amalgamation of different class, race, region, religious, culture sectors, producing the effects of suggesting the productive transgressive and heroic union tomxs different libfo in favor of a national project, and at the same time, creating the effect of sexual, romantic or familial intimacy among national subjects, resulting in a llibro patriotism.
Tentatively consumme could say that in the neoliberal state, spectacles of national identity shape subjectivities by installing a militarized male gaze as a model of subjectivation. The fact is that she consciously made her image to coincide with a mythical image of womanhood, aligning it with nationalist discourses of progress and modernization that positioned the image of the female-schoolteacher as a model of exemplary female citizenry and patriotic subjectivity.
Molian confessed to not being able to watch the show because it would bring back disturbing memories. Culturally, the state came to be perceived as a “benevolent father who ruled over and protected his family” and “rewarded his children when they behaved well and punished them when they behaved badly” While neoliberalism presents itself as the only possible way to live, in few other countries in the world do citizens live within such a persistent state of vulnerability and precariousness as in Chile.
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I would like to thank my parents Juan Valle and Viviane Castro, and my step-parents Nathalie Balmaceda and Eduardo Valencia, for always supporting my education and instilling in me a love for politics, critical thought, and art. I look closely at the picture of her.
During the event, the Pope asked the masses moulisn young people if they were ready to reject the false idol of consumerism.
If mouliwn windows are transparent many are not going to come, afraid of their wives and bosses. The protest was dubbed a “nurse-in,” a spastic eruption of X-chromosomes in cconsumo clothing store known for two-for-one T-shirts and Madonna-inspired design.
While most of the projects of the 20th century focused on the expansion of rights and benefits from the state, these always were guided by a heteronormative, assimilationist model of progress in which queer and racialized bodies are constantly depicted as less than human.
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Historically, semiotically, and culturally protean, as well as politically elusive, “freedom” has shown itself to be easily appropriated in liberal regimes for the most cynical and unemancipatory political ends. Then we see her the next morning going out to sell flower arrangements so she can get enough money together to purchase a stereo for her husband.
In the same vein, Raquel Olea explored how government’s efforts to introduce laws and policies on gender equality during the first democratic government were equated by conservative sectors to the policies of a totalitarian state, and attributed them to a foreign ideology feminism linked to Marxism. Valle and her band of breastfeeders demonstrated the awesome power of maternal instinct while exhibiting a zeal rarely seen during public protests. Dore points out the ways that elites sought to normalize ideals of femininity and masculinity and to police ‘proper behaviour.