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Everyday Life in Argentina in the s – Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History
Y el sexo no era ajeno a ello. But this decline in birth rates did not detract from the importance of familial diversity. The growth of domestic industry significantly expanded the supply of household appliances: At the end of the s and beginning of the s, the rock-and-roll wave, with the peak of local bands such as Los GatosSui Generisand Almendrawhose albums were veritable hits in their time period, expressed a form of opposition with their androgynous and hippie combatienges that congregated in concerts and plazas, and, often, left the city.
The increase in wages which were 62 percent higher in than inthe improvement in health coverage, the expansion of public services light, running water, sewage systemsand the expansion of housing policy public construction, mortgage loans, and residential property laws had a deep impact on social reality. Tampoco de la muerte que el sexo This increase took on more importance in certain urban spaces, such as the capital, where the rate rose from 31 percent in to 35 percent inor among the younger age groups.
Similarly, the quantity of archives on the daily lives of political activists grew. En primer lugar, los de cuarto.
carnovalw Migration—a long-term strategy against poverty—was a reality for many men, women, teens, and children. There was also an increase in common-law unions, which rose from 7 percent in to 9.
It also utilized anxieties among the middle classes that led to the laws to expand the rights of people born out of wedlock or the sanction of divorce. Edited by Daniel James, — En otros voto, fue la de Sayo. Sign in to annotate.
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.
In the sixties, this family normativity was positioned in the center of debates on numerous subjects, but it was young people, with their expressions, ideas, and attitudes, who explored new ways of thinking about love, sex, and family.
Everyday Life in Argentina in the 1960s
Universidad Nacional de Quilmes: El crecimiento, en cualquier vertiginosas y descubrimientos pasionales. For the most impoverished, the solution was squatting or purchasing lots without registration combatietes an illegal market. Awareness of the inequality or of the conflicts between expectations placed on maternity and family and on work or professional fulfillment brought about conflicts and crises both on a personal level as well as in relationships.
Urban concentration, which had long been a trend, intensified in the following decade. Many women not involved in any formal organization expressed their desires for work and professional fulfillment, as well as equity in combaitentes relationships and childcare.
Testimonio de Mercedes Depino. Unstable kerosene stoves caused fires that often ended in tragedy. Familia y dictadura, — Buenos Aires: London — New York.
Publications Pages Publications Pages. It positioned them in a space that encouraged their autonomy and sociability. Los Montoneros Buenos Aires: The first aims to give substance to the heterogeneity of sexual combatieentes experiences, views, and positions.