The Shield of the Weak: Feminism and the State in Uruguay, 1903–1933 (Télécharger)
Free download ë PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ê Christine EhrickConservative Catholics as well as feminists The Shield Weak is a significant contribution to the discussions about feminism gender and the welfare state as well as a useful account of a neglected instance of political reform in South America The Shield of the Weak topics includeWomen and Politics in The Model CountryThe Nineteenth Century Roots
*of batllismo and *Batllismo and Building and Women's Organizing 1880s 1915Gender Class and the Politics of Compensation 1910 1933Education Social Assistance and the State Liberal Feminism 1916 1932 Class Party and Personal RivalriesThe Catholic Ladies' League After Batlle 1916 1932Socialists and Communists 1916 19.
Islate the eight hour day and guarantee health care to the poor Women gained access to divorce higher education social services and the voteMaking use of "archival material personal correspondence and interviews Ehrick's study demonstrates that feminism in early twentieth century Uruguay "material personal correspondence and interviews Ehrick's study demonstrates that feminism in early twentieth century Uruguay local plural and partisan The author reconstructs the genealogy of feminist activism in Uruguay While feminist ideas may have originated in Europe or North America they spread uickly to be embraced into a of Uruguayan circumstances and traditions far beyond middle class elite includes movements that the political spectrum encompassing working class activists and. This study traces women's political activism and state formation in Uruguay during the first three decades of the twentieth century highlighting the connections and the dialogues between these two *processes Prior to the military dictatorship of the 1970s Uruguay's political and social policies were considered a model for *Prior to the military dictatorship of the 1970s Uruguay's political and social policies were considered a model for Latin American countries to emulate In addition to being an ideal democracy it formulated the region's most advanced welfare state under José Batlle y Ordóñez president from
1903 1907 And 19111907 and 1911 and a dominant political figure until his death in 1929 Uruguay had an excellent social security system and became the first Latin American nation to leg.