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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 mmoulian an essentialist identity based on the assumption of commonality of interests between women.

The Mall is also a place of constant surveillance where private security guards are the gatekeepers of proper performances of class, race, gender, and sexuality that mirror normative citizenship under market nationalism.

He is shown evidently depressed, questioning his sense of identity and masculinity by not being able to provide for his family, especially when his wife Ana Tamara Acosta decides to start an informal business selling small amounts of merchandise purchased across the border in Mendoza, Argentina. 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.

Neoliberal market nationalism depends then on instilling a desire for belonging to a competitive and successful community. This version of transparency as voyeurism, or rather, a male gaze over the feminine body, organizes the dominant narratives of the transition.

In July ofafter the airing of the first episode, the newspaper La Segunda published four responses to the show from Pamela Pereira a human rights lawyerAlberto Cardemil RN Diputado, who worked as Subsecretario del Interior for Pinochet between andLorena Fries an historian and Miguel Schweitzer a lawyer and dean of conservative university Finis Terrae.

I consider the role of state-produced spectacles in reproducing gendered subjects of individualism and meritocracy that prepare the ground to a neoliberal narrative by laying limits of what is possible. Performative action during street protest.

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 “extremists. In a place where the state and church are invested in quelling both sexual rights with antisodomy laws and gender activism by repealing abortion provisionsthere may be a certain urgency for these forms of advocacy media.


This analysis then suggests that as spectacles that sanction cultural ideas about gender and sexuality, they functioned as a counterpart to the construction of a particular masculinized subjectivity shaped by that militarized male gaze. At the 35 space of the Mall a permanent, readily available spectacle of eroticized objects is presented to us as if we could reach them through the transparent windows.

The show developed an audience who followed closely the daily gossip and live romantic drama surrounding the young dancers. The role of television in the interpellation of women as gendered desiring subjects of neoliberalism, seems linked to the exploitation of a particular version of femininity associated with sentimentalism through telenovelas. Gender and Sexual Scripts of Neoliberalism What conservative political impulses result from a lost sense of futurity attendant upon the break-down of progressive narratives of history?

Courtesy of Victor Hugo Robles……… 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. In this way, state action aims to naturalize a particular social order and particular social relationships through means of coercion but also by constructing consent, sanctioning acceptable and unacceptable gender relations and roles and sexual practices, depending on class, age, race among other markers.

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After the plebiscite results officially ended military rule, at the beginning of the s, a twofold process characterized public discourses: At the same time, it was formulated as a gendered project in which the state drew a line between respectable men workersrespectable women housewives and mothers and the undisciplined “other.

Internet leaflet by the Chilean Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence calling for a protest for reproductive rights. 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. In States of Injury: In other words, by virtue of which narratives are some bodies marked by gender and sexuality as dirty, contaminated, intolerable, and even monstrous?

This literature shapes my interest on the local tactical role of discourses of sexuality in legitimizing certain political projects. In fact, Pokemones main meeting spots is outside the television studio where their favorite program, “Diario de Eva,” is filmed. Growing up female in Chile was challenging and made me very angry, so at the age of ten I began using heavy metal culture to imagine my own identity outside the boundaries of what was desirable and appropriate for girls in militarized Chile, embracing a kind of empowering masculine girlhood.


But the transactional nature of the transition translated into the continuation of the institutional power structure left by the year dictatorship—the s Constitution, designated MPs, and all the economic institutions, laws and policies that structured the neoliberal state. Other genres beyond literature can be considered in the narrativization of the national romance, such as telenovelas, which are a very successful popular phenomena in Latin America and offer excellent examples of the themes around which national identity revolves, through topics such 65 as kinship and the true origins for example, dramas about discovering one’s own true parentage, moulan mysteries around babies or children’s origins are commonly part of their coneume.

While most of the projects of the 20th century 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.

That is, we can consider the role of spectacles in relation to the processes by which certain narratives become dominant.

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These transformations experienced by the protagonists are clearly meant to parallel the transformations experienced by the middle-class that had benefitted from the previous decades of Popular Front and Popular Unity rule.

This means that even if the most visible desire is the staged romance between male clients and female workers, this does not preclude the fact that there are some female clients, that some of the female wait staff are lesbians, that there can be sexualized relationships between female workers, and that some of the interactions between the male clientele are shaped by homoerotic desire.

This leads me to ask how these spectacles and the narratives they articulate are being negotiated, resisted, and transformed through embodied queer and feminist political practices.