Female and Male in Latin America: Essays

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Index
Abortion, 265
Acción de Mujeres Socialistas, 116
Acción Popular ( Peru), 115, 125
Aguayo, Carmen Gloria, 119
Alegria, Ciro, 4, 5-9, 14, 17; ideas about women of, 5-9; El mundo es ancho y ajeno [Broad and alien is the world], 6-8, 20; La serpiente de oro [The golden serpent], 5-6
Alessandri Rodríguez, Jorge, 116, 119
Alianza Popular Revolucionaria de América (APRA), 111, 114, 138n50
Allende Gössens, Laura, 104
Allende Gössens, Salvador, 119
Amado, Jorge, 30, 31, 34, 35, 36, 37; Dona Flor e seus dois maridos [Dona Flor and her two husbands], 46, 53-54; Gabriela, crevo e canela [Gabriela, clove and cinnamon], 46, 47-52; ideas about women of, 45-57; O pals do cernaval, 36; Os pastores de noite [Shepherds of the night], 46, 52-53; Os velhos marinheiros [Home is the sailor], 46, 52; Tetras do sem fim [The violent land], 46-47, 55
Aprista party, 111, 114, 138n50
Argentine professional women, 160-86 passim Arguedas, José Maria, 4, 5, 17; ideas about women of, 9-12; El zorro de arrive y el zorro de abajo, 9-11
Assis. See Machado de Assis, Joaquim
Authoritarianism, 77
Bakke, E. Wight, 114, 138n45
Balaguer, Joaquin, 221, 222, 223
Baltra, Adriana Olguin de, 119
Bambirra, Vania, 108, 114, 136n20
Barrio , xiii, xv, 215
Belaúnde Terry, Fernando, 115, 119, 138n52
Benavente, Haydée Nadal de, 124
Birth control, 34, 78-79, 165, 172, 173
Bordello, 7-8, 9. See also Prostitution
Bosch, Juan, 214, 215, 218, 224
Brazil, 29-58
Bridging occupation, 196-97, 203-04, 206n20
Cabocla , 55
Caldera, Rafael, 119
Calderbn, Isabel de la Peña de, 119
Calle , 280-81
Calvo, Silvia Alessandri de, 116
Casa , 280-81
Casa chica , 216, 228n61
Castillo, Haydée, 119
Castro, Fidel, xvi, xviii, xix, 258-69 passim, 274, 279
Change, cultural, xi, xiii, xvi, xix, 14, 30-58 passim, 288-89
Chastity, 26, 32, 34, 56, 96-97. See also Virginity
Chauvinism: female, 100; male, 20, 97
Child-care centers, xviii, 172, 258, 265, 268
Chile: and domestic service, 108, 136n21; and economic activity, 106-07, 131; and education, 107-08, 132-33, 136-37n27; and judiciary, 119-20, 135; and legal code, 137n30; and national government, 118-21, 121-22, 128-31, 133, 134; and municipal government, 110, 121-22, 137n29; and political activity, 113-18, 138n50; and professions, 107-09, 133, 136n22, 139nn70-71; and suffrage, 109-13, 134, 137n29; women and agriculture in, 106
Cholas , 193
Chonchol, Jacques, 119
Christian Democratic party, 112
Civil rights: in Argentina, 145-46, 150, 172, 187n13; female, 98, 100, 168. See also Peru
Class: affecting women's status, 61, 62, 63-64, 65, 66, 68-79 passim. See also Lower class; Middle class; Upper class; Values, cultural
Class consciousness, 61, 62-63, 66, 67, 68
Communism and morality, 286-88
Communist party (Soviet Union), 123-24
Compadrazgo , 18. See Family
Concubine/wife, 23-26
Confederation of Dominican Workers, 221
Continuity, cultural, xi, xiii, xix, 9, 30-58 passim
Corin Tellado , 64
Cortázar, Julio, 4; Rayuele , 21-23
Cosmopolitan , 62, 63
Criollo, xvii, 5, 9
Cruz, María de la, 104, 110
Culture: affecting women's status, 61, 62-64, 66, 68-79 passim
Darió, Rubén, 31
Del Canto, María Teresa, 119
Dependence, 65-66, 67, 72-75
Devaud, Marcelle Stanislaus, 139n79
Discrimination: sex-biased, 165-67, 175
Divorce. See Civil rights, female
Domestic service, xiii, xiv, xv-xvi, 19, 55, 97, 99, 108, 136n21, 160, 172, 174, 215, 216, 217, 219, 221-33 passim, 261, 264, 279
Double standard, 17, 35, 56, 79
Dress styles, 286
Dumbar Temple, Ella, 121
Eca de Queiroz, 45
Economic activity: and Latin American women, 106-07, 131-32. See also Employment
Education, xvii, 97, 100, 107, 163-64, 197, 198, 199, 200, 202-03, 204, 205n16, 211, 241-

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