Scielo RSS <![CDATA[La aljaba]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/rss.php?pid=1669-570420180002&lang= vol. 22 num. 2 lang. <![CDATA[SciELO Logo]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/img/en/fbpelogp.gif http://www.scielo.org.ar <![CDATA[<b><i>The constitution of argentine Sports Medicine or how to construct one of the first record woman. Argentina, decades of ‘20 and ‘30</i></b>]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200001&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= el siguiente trabajo tiene como objetivo central analizar la constitución de la medicina deportiva argentina y, en especial, la propuesta médico deportiva que elaboró Gofredo Grasso y su particular mirada con relación a las mujeres y los deportes en las décadas del ‘20 y ‘30. Nos interesa indagar la forma y los modos en que la propuesta de Grasso conceptualizó al cuerpo femenino y a la sexualidad en un contexto de acelerados cambios y profundas transformaciones sociales, culturales, económicas, políticas, jurídicas y sexuales. Al mismo tiempo, se analizarán los sentidos que condensó la propuesta médico deportiva del Dr. Gofredo Grasso a la hora de fabricar una de las primeras deportistas recordwoman argentina: Lilian Harrison.<hr/>the main objective of the following article is to analyze the constitution of argentine Sports Medicine and, in particular, to focus on the sports medical proposal prepared by Gofredo Grasso and his particular view of women and sports in the decades of ‘20 and ‘30. We are interested in investigating the ways in which Grasso's proposal conceptualized the female body and sexuality in a context of accelerated changes and deep social, cultural, economic, political, legal and sexual transformations. At the same time, the senses that condensed the sports medical proposal of Dr. Gofredo Grasso while constructing Lilian Harrison as one of the first argentine record woman athletes, will be analyzed. <![CDATA[<b><i>Critical discourse analysis of the press about women youth at the beginning of the XXIst century</i></b>]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200002&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= Este artículo se propone estudiar los discursos sobre mujeres jóvenes de la Patagonia Norte en la prensa gráfica de principios del siglo XXI. Se analiza un corpus heterogéneo de noticias e informes del diario Río Negro en el que se estudian los significados que allí se construyen y difunden sobre lo que es ser una mujer joven. Los mecanismos semióticos y discursivos utilizados por el diario para crear esos significados se abordan desde la teoría y la metodología propuestas centralmente por Análisis Crítico del Discurso (Fairclough, 1992; 2003, entre otros) y por el ACD con perspectiva feminista (Lazar, 2005 y Mills, 2008).<hr/>This article aims to study the press discourses about Northpatagonic young women at the beginning of the 21st century. It analyses a heterogeneous corpus of news and reports from the Río Negro newspaper seeking the meanings that are constructed and spread about what it is to be a young woman. Critical Discourse Analysis (Fairclough, 1992, 2003, among others) and Feminist CDA (Lazar, 2005 and Mills, 2008) are both the theory and the methodology employed to explain the semiotic and discursive mechanisms used by the newspaper to create those meanings. <![CDATA[<b><i>KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICES AND MATERIAL CULTURE OF INDIGENOUS PATAGONIAN WOMEN: CLOTHING AS DIACRITIC IDENTITY</i></b><i> </i>]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200003&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= Este artículo se propone estudiar los discursos sobre mujeres jóvenes de la Patagonia Norte en la prensa gráfica de principios del siglo XXI. Se analiza un corpus heterogéneo de noticias e informes del diario Río Negro en el que se estudian los significados que allí se construyen y difunden sobre lo que es ser una mujer joven. Los mecanismos semióticos y discursivos utilizados por el diario para crear esos significados se abordan desde la teoría y la metodología propuestas centralmente por Análisis Crítico del Discurso (Fairclough, 1992; 2003, entre otros) y por el ACD con perspectiva feminista (Lazar, 2005 y Mills, 2008).<hr/>This article aims to study the press discourses about Northpatagonic young women at the beginning of the 21st century. It analyses a heterogeneous corpus of news and reports from the Río Negro newspaper seeking the meanings that are constructed and spread about what it is to be a young woman. Critical Discourse Analysis (Fairclough, 1992, 2003, among others) and Feminist CDA (Lazar, 2005 and Mills, 2008) are both the theory and the methodology employed to explain the semiotic and discursive mechanisms used by the newspaper to create those meanings. <![CDATA[<a name="_GoBack"><b><i>HABITAT / GENDER / INCLUSION:</i></b></a> <b><i>Reflections on the inequality (s) and the challenges of the urban agenda</i></b>]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200004&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality. <![CDATA[<b>Género y Empoderamiento</b>: <b>una experiencia de extensión universitaria a través del cine</b>]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200005&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality. <![CDATA[Ciclo de Formación Permanente para Docentes: "<i>Enseñar</i> <b><i>hoy Educación Sexual Integral con enfoque de género y de DDHH en la Educación Inicial, Primaria y Media en Bariloche, Río Negro</i>"</b>]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200006&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality. <![CDATA[<b><i>Cosa de Mujeres. Menstruación, género y PODER</i></b>]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200007&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality. <![CDATA[LA LUCHA POR EL PASADO. CÓMO CONSTRUIMOS LA MEMORIA SOCIAL]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200008&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality. <![CDATA[ENTRE REDES Y ESPACIOS FAMILIARES EN IBEROAMÉRICA. REPENSANDO ESTRATEGIAS, MECANISMOS E IDEARIOS DE SUPERVIVENCIA Y MOVILIDAD]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200009&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality. <![CDATA[Cuerpos minados. Masculinidades en Argentina]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200010&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality. <![CDATA[Ni una menos desde los primeros años: Educación en Géneros para infancias más libres]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200011&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality. <![CDATA[Tejedoras de ciudadanía. Culturas políticas, feminismos y luchas democráticas en España]]> http://www.scielo.org.ar/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1669-57042018000200012&lng=&nrm=iso&tlng= This study about inequality(s) occupies a relevant space in therecentacademic contributions from looks that suppose to privilege generally omitted categories, overcoming a traditional area that prioritizes income inequalities. The urban space is also analyzed in the (re) production of the social inequality in the Latin-American cities (Segura, 2014). The predominance of the inequality in the center-periphery scheme of metropolitan structure reinforces the model of city that does not manage to conquer the invisible barriers placed daily in the life of the population (Caldeira, 2000). Such barriers are re-measured from the complexity of the metropolis producing inequalities on multiple scales. This work is part of an investigation on public policies of habitat from emergent approaches. In previous instances we approach gender constructions in the speeches and practices of the habitat policies implemented in Tucumán in the 2004-2008. Between 2007 and 2015 a series of institutional, legislative and legal changes took place in Argentina with the aim expandingrights and social and gender equality. These must be considered to think today challenges in the equity agendas. From the disciplinary perspective of urbanism, the 21st century finds us with problems and challenges raised global level regarding inclusion in cities. From research instances and collective reflection processes on Latin American metropolises, similar dynamics linked to metropolitan expansion, inequality and vulnerability are evident in the 2005-2015 period. Both lines research, the one that links politics and gender and the one related to the metropolitan agenda and rights, dialogue in this article. Some questions that guide the work refer to: what implies thinking today and in our context, in more inclusive and democratic cities? Which are the advances and challenges of the public policies developed in the last decade? What gender inequalities come together in metropolitan spaces? What answers does the urban agenda demand? This paper presents some reflections on how gender inequalities are expressed in the metropolitan area of ​​Tucumán and on the level of responses, the challenges of the urban and metropolitan agenda regarding the incorporation of human rights and gender equality.