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El consumo me consume, Tomas Moulian – YouTube. CONSUMO ME CONSUME, EL (Spanish Edition) [MOULIAN TOMAS] on by MOULIAN TOMAS (Author). out of 5 # in Books > Libros en español . Moulian, Tomás. La forja de ilusiones: Moulian, Tomás. El consumo me consume. Santiago: Libros La Calebaza del Diablo. Murphy, Edward.
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Historia del Movimiento Homosexual en Chile. In the context of a complete lack of options for entertainment and television programs, and of the violent silencing of any dissident voice, the emergence of shows like Sabor Latino can be read as the sanctioning of a militarized male gaze over the terrorized and feminized population.
The concept of human agency is key to understanding how human practices do articulate disruptions to the power structures that subject them, including social imaginaries, the symbolic systems specific to their cultural contexts, and Language itself.
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 mouliian modern mentality, becoming themselves a commodity and a fetishistic object of desire.
The conditions for 28 agency—which is not to be confounded with mere voluntarism—have broadly been explored by feminist scholarship, most significantly by Judith Butler.
Taylor argues that the relevance consumd performance lies in its possibility for cultural agency, whereby individuals and collectives become protagonists and politicized subjects of their own social drama. Stange finally retired voluntarily in October and became an institutional Senator in I grew up an angry girl in the s.
Banner on the site of construction building leftadvertising billboard for late-night telenovela. In the spectacle, only commodities appear, while the production process disappears. In another example of what Alexander Wilde calls the “expressive politics” of the transition, many members of the congress received him on his first day as a civilian with banners, booing him.
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French from the Department of History, Dr. McClintock argues that nationalist imaginaries are also achieved through the display of national symbols in the form of spectacle, theatrical performances that play out the fantasies, desires and anxieties of the political elite, and through the creation of fetish objects that stand as symbols of unity, as a substitute for the myriad differences that are contained in the nation.
For Lacan, Language, that is the realm of the Symbolic, actually precedes the subject, as signifying chains from which subject effects can be derived. Thornham points to the links between spectacle and the shaping of subjects as gendered consumers: I had recently-separated young leftist atheists as parents, and a family history that did not find recognition in the official narratives.
The hegemonizing action of the state takes place on a pre-existing cultural text, a sort of sedimentation of images and meanings, many times contradictory, and some dating to colonial times, and the heterogeneous cultural and ideological messages of mass media.
Gender and Sexual Scripts of Neoliberalism We have to open the faucets of creativity, of popular ingenuity, of collective memory. 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.
I also want to acknowledge the network of parents, teachers, childcare providers, janitors, administrative staff, food servers, and others who performed the too-often overlooked, feminized, undervalued labour that made it possible for me to embark on this task. Nelly Richard develops useful insights to 57 further a feminist analysis of the transition by posing ‘the feminine’ as a sign of disruption of a masculine economy of representation and an oppositional political identity that can be articulated in relation to the context as opposed to an essentialist identity based on the assumption of commonality of interests between women.
At the 35 space of the Mall a permanent, readily available spectacle of eroticized ek is presented to us as if we could reach them through the transparent windows. It was and I was aware I had a different background than most of my classmates and neighbourhood friends, having just returned from exile in Colombia.
For example, the image of schoolteacher functions as a sort of transitioning figure between the children’s real mothers with whom the state is in competition and the state.
Gomas up female in Chile was challenging and made me very angry, so at the age ,e ten Toams began using heavy metal culture to imagine my own identity outside the boundaries conshmo what was desirable and appropriate for girls in militarized Chile, embracing a kind of empowering masculine girlhood.
At the level of the state discourse, in the neoliberal state the concept of rights that organized public policies for most of the twentieth century was progressively replaced with the notion of neoliberal freedom. 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 state interested in her female masculinity?
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Queer studies from the social sciences have started building links between homoerotic desire and narratives of nationhood, showing that international politics and the national identity may also be “less heterosexual” than it actually seems.
McClintock argues that national collective identity is experienced and transmitted through spectacle, a theatrical performance of invented community and that: It was created in as a meeting point for business executives and celebrities 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.
In response, nationalist discourse resorted to a direct link between the stability of the patriarchal family and national health, inscribing the control over women’s bodies, reproduction and sexuality firmly into the national project. Pokemones are at once radical and inevitable.
That is, through consumerism, fragmented commodities return to fragmented subjects. I will argue that neoliberalism is in itself a sort of irrational faith based on sentimentalism and love.
While neoliberalism presents itself as the only possible way to live, in few other countries in the world do citizens live within such a persistent state of vulnerability and precariousness as in Chile.
In we organized the first FemFest in Santiago.
On the other hand, I argued that Los Ochenta and Los Archivos, along with other historical miniseries and telenovelas, constitute spectacles of national memory that actively participate in the efforts to resignify and expand the archive of cultural memory, but that become trapped in Oedipal heteronormative scripts of subjectivation. This confirms that the past is alive, dynamic, and in constant dispute in post-dictatorship Chile.
While Duran still views Sabor Latino and other television shows produced under the Pinochet years mostly as instruments of evasion or distraction, I argue that the specific contents of the show are actually key to the disciplining of subjects under neoliberal Chile. As freedom from encroachment by others and from collective institutions, it entails an atomistic ontology, a metaphysics of separation, an ethos of defensiveness, and abstract equality.
The show can further be seen as a screen where sexual and racial fantasies and desires about a national project were projected. These ideas of national health were both heteronormative and racialized, and as Mosse documents, in nineteenth-century Germany their embodiment was the constant theme of sculptures and other visual representations.
Additionally, what seems implied in these statements is that the effects of a traumatizing past determine an injured subject that needs to get redress from the state, as discussed by Brown. During this period, high-quality productions were continually released by the main television stations, including Canal 13, the Catholic station, and Canal 7, the state-owned station, that were in competition for audiences and ratings.
The military regime’s gendered policies targeted women by outlawing abortion, contraception, tightening codes of sexual behavior for women, and elevating motherhood as a national value. It also explains the ways that these conceptions of gender and sexuality were appropriated, negotiated, and resisted by different subjects. From its beginnings until today, it is considered a point of reference that has triggered the creation of more shops of its kind, creating more than three thousand jobs.
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A key assumption of neoliberalism is that the free market is the most efficient mechanism for the production and distribution of goods coneume society. While this formulation is useful to understand the repressive and alienating aspects of spectacles, as well as their specific historical connection to capitalism, the debordian spectacle is not politically useful for taking into account human agency in the form of resistance or critical viewership, nor does it even leave room for any ambivalence in the process of alienation by the spectacle.
Under neoliberal restructuring, the labour market, and not unemployment, is the toams structural mechanisms to reproduce wealth and poverty.