Query : Mujeres
- Sonia E. Colantonio14
- Ignacio F. Bejarano13
- María Eugenia Albornoz Vásquez13
- Verónica Vázquez García13
- Colantonio, Sonia Edith9
- Dipierri, José Edgardo9
- José E. Dipierri7
- Bejarano, Ignacio6
- José Moral de la Rubia6
- Pilar Gonzalbo Aizpuru6
- Adria Velia González Beltrones5
- Alfaro Gómez, Emma Laura5
- Yolanda Puyana Villamizar5
- Alta Hooker Blandford4
- Ángel Alberto Valdés Cuervo4
- Claudio F. Küffer4
- CNRS, REGARDS4
- Dahinten, Silvia Lucrecia4
- Lomaglio, Delia Beatriz4
- Rosa María Ballesteros García4
- Gender Studies4809
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences864
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology775
- Methods and Statistics409
- Political Science318
- Art and Art History201
- Economies and Finances139
- Biological Anthropology122
- Cultural Heritage and Museology117
- Architecture and Space Management96
- Communication Sciences89
- Musicology and Performing Arts75
- Classical Studies68
- Archaeology and Prehistory48
- Environmental studies45
Deconstructing migration paradigms through studies on the emigration and immigration of women in Italy
Research on Italian emigrants and immigrants has evolved in the same epistemic space, asked the same questions and provided complementary answers that allow progress to be made in gene-migration studies based on three findings. The first is that the complexity of migration flows is a process that is...
Leisure and homosexuality: an ethnographic study on women’s sports association in the context of such a male sport
This study seeks to understand women’s sports association in the context of such a male sport; this is an ethnographic research alongside a female football team in the city of Porto Alegre in Brazil. With the aim of understanding how and why some women associate themselves to practise a sport consid...
Violence and women in Granada in the first half of the 18th century
Urban Chronic of the 17th century are plagued by dramatic events reflecting structural violence. For the city of Granada, the Anales de Henríquez de Jorquera show many cases of violence. Their list of cases is not exhaustive. The author prefers to select those with striking characteristics. However,...
Obstetric racism experienced by black women: an integrative literature review
O presente estudo tem por objetivo levantar os dados contidos na literatura referentes ao racismo obstétrico associado à violência obstétrica cometido contra mulheres negras, seus impactos na saúde materna, bem como expor as formas de combate a esse tipo de violência. Trata-se de um estudo fundament...
Critical review of the life table technique in fecundity trends: the case of Mexico
The process of training families in their various cohorts, considered through the analysis of birth intervals, involves a more interesting and more detailed study of fecundity. The family is built in so far as the woman passes through different stages: from marriage or partnership to first birth, fr...
Representations, expectations and life strategies of young rural women in Morocco
This article contains the main results of a research project on representations, expectations and life strategies of young rural women in Morocco. Starting from the polysemia of the youth category, the narratives of these women address issues such as what it means for them to be young, that they per...
Reescribir la violencia
Reescribir la violencia supone un acercamiento al conflicto armado en Colombia desde la obra de escritoras que narran las experiencias de víctimas de la guerra. Diarios, autobiografías, historias de vida, entrevistas y narrativa testimonial serán los cauces de expresión más idóneos para la perpetuac...
From anticolonialism to Algerian women’s rights. The lives of Simone Ben Amara (1924-2011)
Need to colonial Algeria in 1924 and died in Paris in 2011, Simone Ben Amara appears to have lived several lives, during which his assignments and affiliations of class, gender and ‘race’ were blurred. Daughter of settlers, she became anticolonialist and Marxist. Jewish of Algeria and a French citiz...
TAQUIGRAFONÍAS: LA MÁQUINA DE ESCRIBIR EN EL ARTE Y SU APLICACIÓN EN DIFERENTES PROPUESTAS DE CREACIÓN SONORA
[EN] Taquigrafonías is a neologism created to enhance the sound identity of the typewriter in our creative work. The term was originated with the aim of highlighting the typewriter ability to access our memory, through your structural and sonic potential, and remembrances produces. When we say Taqui...
Invisible violence against women and girls with disabilities: elements supporting the continued practice of forced sterilisation in Chile
In 2017 Chile is denounced by the United Nations, together with 37 other countries, for practising forced sterilisation against women and girls with disabilities. This research explores the views of Chilean activists, professionals and researchers on elements that support the continuation of this pr...
Ethics of pregnant care: between traditional logic and new forms of organisation in a Chilean context
Introduction Summary. In recent years, gestation has undergone adjustments and reshuffles of changes driven by new technologies and health developments. This has led to the transformation of care practices and the inclusion of new material. Objective. The purpose of this article is to describe some...
“Eager to leave such a renowned state”. Religious lives outside the norm in Santiago at the end of the old Regime
Communications texts defended at the 13th Scientific Meeting of the Spanish Foundation of Modern History, following a peer-blind assessment. Religious vocation is one of the most difficult to measure, because historical sources rarely report the wills or feelings of the people of the past. However,...
Obesity incidence in diabetic pregnant women with or without use of drug therapy
Neste trabalho será estudada a prevalência de obesidade entre dois grupos de gestantes com diabetes, separando entreaquelas que necessitam de terapêutica medicamentosa e as que conseguem bom controle com manejo não medicamentoso. O diabetes gestacional é a intolerância aos carboidratos diagnosticad...
For a sustainable prevention of musculoskeletal disorders among seasonal workers: taking real work into account
This research is one of the few studies that focused on the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in terms of time organisation of work and determinants related to public policies and ministerial instructions. The objectives were to provide a picture of the temporal requirements of seasonal...
Union militancy of working women in Argentina: theoretical approaches and analysis dimensions from a sociological approach
In the field of the academic and political debates that have taken place in the last years, this article proposes to work in an issue that has been present in the field of discussions, from different approaches and perspectives: the union militancy of working women. Based on the review of the biblio...
The diplomatic imagination of an autographer of Leonor de Alburquerque, widow of Fernando I de Aragón (1417)
The author of the letter: ‘la triste queina’ and ‘very rich female’ Leonor de Alburquerque. From the death of her husband the King Fernando I of Aragon in Equal on 2 April 1416 until his death at the age of 60 in Medina del Campo on 16 December 1435, Leonor de Alburquerque, illegitimately related to...
Access to justice for women in situations of gender-based violence
Access to justice is a civil and fundamental right essential to ensure equality between citizens of a state. We will address the main obstacles faced by women victims of gender-based violence in accessing, remaining in, and achieving a beneficial outcome. We will also concentrate on the point of con...
Erotic sexual work of Afro-Colombian women migrating to Europe
Poverty, poor working conditions and unemployment affect ethnic and racial minorities and female-headed households, which has contributed to the emergence and consolidation of ‘atypical’ migration processes, which develop in parallel with other phenomena: globalisation and internationalisation of th...
Rivalry, why do we do?
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe myth of ‘gender complementarity’ has fuelled all the segregation against women for the last two centuries. Psychoalysis has contributed, inter alia, with her own myths which are not necessary either to the theory or practice of psychanalysis, such as the ‘enthusiasm of the...
‘The gang Straights impose their anomalies’: three feminist stories to undermine the norm (Rochefort, Wittig, Yvon)
This article provides an analysis of the literary anomaly as reflected in three feminist texts published at the beginning of the 1970s in France and Quebec (Archaos or Christiane Rochefort’s sparing garden, 1972; The Monique Wittig lesbian Corps, 1973; Josée Yvon’s bands, 1976). The anomaly is both...
The idealisation of the others. Women who live in the ideological recourse/presentation of old societies
In patriarchal societies, from the inception of the Old World, there is a paradox that half of them are deprived in religious ideo/logical discourse — that is to say, in the ideal representation of reality — of their legitimate role in society, and is limited to a reassuring construct of the seconda...
Contagion effect in cases of gènero violence
This section proposes the construction of key concepts in analysing the problem of gender-based violence, differentiating the latter term from domestic violence. Gender is a social construction, a set of traits assigned to men and women in a society, acquired and naturalised through socialisation an...
Changes in the preference for male faces during the menstrual cycle in the Spanish population
Recently, a controversial hypothesis has been put forward, which proposes the presence of a teaching period in women, as is the case in other mammals. This implies that women in the optimal fertility of the menstrual cycle have behaviours aimed at maximising the genetic quality of their offspring. R...
Training in emotional processing of women with an injury in the right hemisphere
There is a large amount of literature on disorders arising from traumatic brain injuries, both in basic cognitive processes (care, memory) and in superiors (reasoning, decision-making), but not so many have investigated the effects on emotional processing and its possible rehabilitation. This resear...
Dear Honey and Animal Bello of Fanny Buitrago: Beauty is pure story
This test is an analysis of the similarities between the novels of honey and animal Bello, of the writer Fanny Buitrago and the hadows. These are a key element in childhood, especially that of women, and influences the child’s role in thinking, acting and reflecting the vision of body and the notion...