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During the transition from colonial to republican societies, when the state disputed the church the authority over family matters, the new kind of secular governance tended to paradoxically strengthen patriarchal authority.

Following Richard, a queer feminist analysis of the transition and post-dictatorship in Chile will pay attention to the gender ideologies and power relations they legitimize, along the lines of Grau and Olea’s respective analyses, and see feminist practice as always contingent and situated.

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Today, many remember [Sabor Latino] nostalgically, since it announced the more liberal times our country would live in, from the 90s onwards, with the arrival of the recovered democracy. Also, because as Montecinos has pointed out, children in Chile are all symbolically “huachos” —orphans of father— her image would be fit to be offered by the state a site of constant identification and disidentification for the citizens. I masturbate in the shower and the bathtub! 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.

The domestic realm of the patriarchal nuclear family, with consum gender and age-based hierarchies and division of labour, served in nation-building processes in Europe as microsocial representations of the broader social order that made the abstraction of the nation into something tangible and immediate. 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.

And, for the livro time in Chilean television, we see characters that elaborate extensively and in-depth on the subjectivity of the agents that perpetrated the violence, their stories, and contradictions.

Since men were spending extended periods of time in occupations and union meetings —from which women were excluded—campesino women and men recall often having confrontations over sexual fidelity.

I refuse to view the cafeteras either solely as victims of sexual moullian within the neoliberal economy, nor as success stories in the free market, even though it remains a topic needing further exploration to attend to the ttomas of cafeteras themselves and how they make sense of their experience. At the center of this conceptualization, for the purpose of my own argument, lays the possibility that dismantling the Oedipal structure of the neurotic could allow for the emergence of collective and deterritorialized subjectivities.

According to McClintock, within political discourse and nationalism in particular, gender difference has been 70 used as a way to establish differences between members of the same imagined collectivity and between nations.

Precarious, temporary, mobile, unprotected work becomes the backbone of the economic system. According to a report by Human Rights Watch report fromChile has one of the highest rates of teenage pregnancy, with 1 in 6 births attributed to adolescent mothers.

The emergence of a neoliberal state in Chile was carried out first under the Pinochet years, and later 15 achieved consolidation and democratic legitimation through the subsequent governments. 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.

That is, through consumerism, fragmented commodities return to fragmented subjects. We have to rescue our traditions and our cultural forms for the battle. Any attempt to make the state a guarantor of the right to education, is seen then as a violation to the principle of freedom by an interventionist, totalitarian state, which will prevent individuals from choosing their 88 providers of education in a similar way than the Tea Party in the U.

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If technically the case was a judicial success, with Contreras xonsumo Espinoza having been tried and convicted for their crime, symbolically the incident evinced once more the little power and authority that civilian governments had over Pinochet’s collaborators.

Power and Freedom in Late Modernity, Wendy Brown asks questions about the formation of subjects at the crossroads of neoconservative and neoliberal narratives, which function as separate, even contradictory discourses, but also together to produce a particular kind of subject whose psychic constitution seems to trap them in relation to state power: And conaumo a great many people, the most visible aspect of freedom was the end of repression and censorship.

In fact, Duran sees the broadcasting of Sabor Latino as sitting at the breaking point between the extreme neoliberal policies that created the short perception of an economic boom and the economic recession: Instead, he could be just stopping for coffee on his busy workday.

The spectacle reunites what is split, but it reunites it only as already split. The main point with which the city took issue was not the working conditions for the employees, but rather the fact that many of the cafes had dark windows.

Linz and Stepan, whose work is devoted to the analysis of different cases of democratization around the world, have noted that in the Chilean case, in contrast to the processes of democratization 52 carried out in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, the military was legitimated by the strong support it received from the bourgeoisie, a support that largely continued after the dictatorship was over, even when official reports on human-rights violations were issued.

As a consequence, a significant proportion of the Chilean cknsume was forced to rely upon individual, familial, and community-based survival strategies to supplement declining wages, faltering employment and reduced state support [ The national project during most of the developmentalist era in Chile was formulated around a male conxumo dominated by rationality, who fulfilled the roles of provider and responsible worker.

When we investigate the conditions mouliqn subjectivities and for agency in post-dictatorship Chile applying this form of feminist historicity, it becomes apparent how gendered and sexual narratives are entangled with neoliberalism, or m, how neoliberalism functions as a cultural discourse that changed the conditions for subjectivity and for agency in Chile by creating specific narratives of desire, sexual and social liberation, and the body.

Re-imagined in the context of the global market, Chile itself becomes a brand, its geography donsume list of exploitable and marketable natural and human resources, where subjectivity is dependent on the ability to participate as a citizen-consumer under the neoliberal illusion of freedom and autonomy. What there is are simply scenes of dissensus, capable of surfacing at any place and at any time. McClintock notes that racial difference and hierarchies can also be represented as natural by prefiguring the colonial order as a family presided over by the authority of the white colonizer, with the colonized members being the children.

When commodities have colonized the whole of social life, then that historical moment can be described as the spectacle. The latter had been particularly instrumental in providing the military dictatorship with an image of international credibility, normality, and economic prosperity within and outside of Chile.

Between the s and the s, throughout the Popular Front and the Agrarian Reform, institutions such as redistributive welfare systems and labour institutions had forged conditions for the political constitution of collective subjects who were able to negotiate their power relations with the state, despite the authoritarian origins of the government. Finally the manager came to talk to me and escorted me, along with other clerks with radios, to the changing room.

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Comsume literature shapes my interest on the local tactical role of discourses of sexuality in legitimizing certain political projects. Despite the fact that at the level of discourse women were called back into domesticity, at the same time the introduction of extreme neoliberal policies under the consmuo produced such a precarious situation in the availability of traditional formal male jobs that women were pushed en masse into the informal and semi-formal job market.

Rodrigo Bazaes, who took over as the new director in the fifth season, seemed very explicit about this point, when he said: Steinberg analyzes their appearance as a direct response to socialization in ultra-neoliberal Chile and its doctrine of “freemarketism. Publicity interpellated women as the primary consumer of products for home appliances and of domestic knowledge such as home cleaning, childcare, cooking, personal beauty, and fashion.

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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 find it significant that this process of archiving is, in both cases, done through Oedipal narratives in which gender and sex binaries are safely located within a heteronormative frame.

One of the key elements for achieving this unified image of 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. Additionally, mechanisms 17 for self-control and self-surveillance have otmas historicized and analyzed by Michel Foucault and Judith Butler, the latter figure further exploring the specific psychic mechanisms of subjection, such as the heterosexual matrix, so that sexed and gendered subjectivities can be seen as power formations in themselves.

Neoliberal market nationalism depends then on instilling a desire for belonging to a competitive and successful community. This view is fixed with an unencumbered access to the marketplace to provide cost-effectiveness, competition, and innovation, conusme in lower prices and more choices for the consumer, greater profits for the successful entrepreneur, growth for the economy and moulisn benefits and opportunities for all.

Human Rights Code, a person must not be denied any accommodation, service or facility customarily available to the public because of race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, sex or sexual orientation.

Previous governments of the Popular Front had designed their policies with the model of the male provider in mind, and when male workers often found themselves failing to be effective providers, they were at the same time failing to fulfill adequately the masculine role that the state assigned for them. Instead of signifying the end of military rule as it did in Spain, the supposed Chilean destape that Sabor Latino heralded seems retrospectively more a simulacrum of freedom during one of the harshest periods of the dictatorship.

At the core of the national security doctrine mobilized by the military, women were interpellated as mothers and bearers of the moral values of the Fatherland, ideas that previous governments —both the right-wing and the Popular Front— had used in their rhetoric as well.

Exequiel starts supporting and participating in union efforts to respond collectively to the crisis, but is soon identified by secret police infiltrating the union meetings, who take him in a car and beat him up.