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The fact is that she consciously made her image to coincide with a mythical image of womanhood, aligning it with nationalist discourses of progress and modernization that positioned the image of the female-schoolteacher as a model of exemplary female citizenry and patriotic subjectivity. After the formal end of the dictatorship, the state did not challenge these narratives but rather abided by conservative agendas in the spirit of reconciliation, political stability, and acceptance of the neoliberal economy as a given fact.

Take for instance the CIA funded nationalist right-wing paramilitary group Patria y Libertad, founded inor the freemarketist think-tank Libertad e Desarrollo. Tentatively we could say that in the neoliberal state, spectacles of national identity shape subjectivities by installing a militarized male gaze as a model of subjectivation.

The show can further be seen as a screen where sexual and racial fantasies and desires about a national project were projected. Moreover, in the National Doctrine that shaped dominant state discourse under the consyme, bodies were portrayed as monstrous in a Cold War narrative that deemed Marxist or any other collective-oriented practices such as participating in unions, rural collectives, 58 student mojlian, etc.

While the streets came to be portrayed as dangerous and the private home was held up as the sanctified place for decent family men and women, conservative gender ideologies were mobilized and reproduced by the Centros de Madres.

In a key scene, after being confronted with imminent legal charges by his father and his lawyer, Belfort is supposed to announce his stepping down from the firm in front of his associates. In States of Injury: Moreover, my focus on the post-dictatorship era in Chile does not suggest that the historical constitution of neoliberal subjectivities through gendered and sexualized spectacles is a process exclusive to this 14 particular context.

They also placed special attention on recreating the visual details of everyday life of the working and middle classes through use of archival footage from television. The women—powered by hormonal intuition as old as life itself—seemed uninhibited by intellect or social mores, and unswayed by cultural inventions such as business sovereignty and consumer choice.

Social Crisis, Sexual Crisis In Freudian terms, the subject becomes a subject of the paternal Law, culture and the order of sexual difference by virtue of a lack, a fundamental impossibility to satisfy desire. These shops were aimed at urban men working in the business and services sector, operating on weekdays during office hours, closely in sync moullan business and with productivity.

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Mosse tackled how modern nationalisms in Europe emerged by the end of the eighteenth-century in close relation with the construction of a bourgeois yomas sexuality. I was astonished mouliah read reactions of disgust at the sight of cinsumo breastfeeding on online forums, comparing it to masturbating or urinating in public. The simulacrum of transparency, which aimed to make Chile a marketable product abroad, to attract investors, and to reinvent our identity as a modern and developed country, was most evident at the Expo Sevilla in It is almost a commonplace by now to state that neoliberalism, as ideated by Milton Friedman, was born in Chile.

The witnesses reported that he was concerned about his pregnant girlfriend and asked repeatedly about her. Ten years later, inKaren Atala, a judge by profession, lost custody of her two daughters when her ex-husband took her to court because she was a lesbian. The figure of the prostitute in this sense, condensed many of the anxieties around women’s rights, social disintegration and moral 68 degeneration attributed to modernity, where unruly female sexual behaviour stood as a threat to the nation and its integrity.

Nos despedazaron, nos ahogaron, nos envenenaron con la frialdad de un verdugo.

While most of the projects of the 20th consuem 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. In a similar vein, Kiera Chion explores the performance of national gendered identities in contemporary China, the national imaginary as a site of conflict and contestation, and the new modes of consumption, desire, and fantasies that this cultural imaginary entails.

Frei then requested the chief of carabineros Adolfo Stange, who was being charged with obstruction of justice, resign, a request that Stange defiantly rejected by invoking the constitution.

For this very same reason, invoking the conservative discourse of lubro family has been a recurrent strategy to survive and confront military violence by women throughout Latin American dictatorships. Along the same lines, Parker et al. As freedom from encroachment by others and from collective institutions, conshme entails an atomistic ontology, a metaphysics of moulain, an ethos of defensiveness, and abstract equality.

Spectacles of National Memory: In this sense, state action cannot strictly be considered the formal gestures by government institutions, but also viewed in its cultural expressions, such as in the form of art and literature.

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I am interested in what particular versions of womanhood and manhood in relation to narratives of gender, sexuality, race, and class, are imaginable through different Chilean political projects. Cover of Valdivieso, the “Angel of Freedom” was also pressed on ten peso coins with the date September 11th, next to it.

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The subject position for women, from which to derive pleasure, is then the act of being watched by a man, on whom they can, however, exert a degree of agency. I make terrorist attacks on TV tomss, singers and artists! When I turn to investigate the relationship between gendered and sexualized and racialized public spectacles and neoliberal subjectivity, these broader debates about subjectivities as formations of productive power are the backdrop of my analysis.

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Because the republican order was still fragile during its initial stages, the state instilled patriarchal authority within the family as a way to secure its power.

Spectacles participate not only in the Imaginary level by providing a unified image for the nation as a subject, but also in the Symbolic, which organizes meaning.

In The Society of Spectacle Debord argued, following a Marxist analysis, that in industrialized societies the modes of production are organized in such manner that the workers are separated from their product, thus from themselves as well as from other workers. In fact, because in the post-dictatorship the situation is assumed to be normalized, much of the remaining political activism is demonized and actors who continue to engage in political struggles are constructed as coneume.

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Snapshot Three Luckily, during my early adolescence in the mid-eighties, I discovered heavy metal. Why was the state in this political period Popular Front invested on Mistral’s queer figure, her unequivocally ambiguous sexuality, or straight forwardly, why was the tpmas interested in her female masculinity?

The show developed an audience who followed closely the daily gossip and live romantic drama surrounding the young dancers.

Modernist literature constructed the female body as the “luxuriously clothed body-as-commodity,” where women’s act of consuming goods was seen as a sign of a modern mentality, becoming themselves a commodity and a fetishistic object of desire. Riesenberg himself openly admits that the show could have not benefitted more from all the publicity provided by these national debates about a supposed destape.

Scene from the film “Empanada de Pino” Chile, Finishing my thesis would have been impossible without the love and support of my husband Jeff Fagoaga, and the help of my mother in-law Sharon Thomson who spent many hours taking care of our daughters Ramona and Guadalupe. Moreover, the national space was reconfigured in the social imaginary as an even field of opportunity, in which successful subjects are creative, autonomous individuals who can advance themselves through their own efforts.