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Dolor y alegría : women and social change in urban Mexico /

Sarah LeVine in collaboration with Clara Sunderland Correa.

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Main Author: LeVine, Sarah
Other Names: Sunderland Correa, Clara.
Published: Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c1993.
Series: Life course studies
Topics: Women - Mexico - Cuernavaca - Social conditions. | Women - Mexico - Cuernavaca - Economic conditions. | Poor women - Mexico - Cuernavaca. | Family - Mexico - Cuernavaca. | Mujeres - México - Cuernavaca - Condiciones sociales. | Mujeres - México - Cuernavaca - Condiciones económicas. | Pobres - México - Cuernavaca. | Familia - México - Cuernavaca. | Vrouwen. | Sociaal-economische aspecten. | Armoede.
Regions: 7.310. | Familie.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 221-230) and index.
505 0 |aIntroduction: the Mexican woman in historical perspective -- Ninez: childhood from the 1920s to the 1970s -- Ya soy senorita: adolescence and courtship -- La vida de casada: expectations and realities of marriage -- Con todos estos chamacos: child rearing in the city -- Se acaba la lucha: widowhood and old age -- Cumplir o exigir? urban women in the 1990s -- Postscript 1991.
520 1 |a"Fascinating ethnography focuses on ways in which urbanization and rapid social change have affected family life and women at various life stages, including childhood, adolescence, marriage, childbearing years, and old age. Based on interviews with 15 working-class women of distinct generational groups from a tenement neighborhood in Cuernavaca. Interviews were conducted semiweekly over a one-year span (1984-85). Additional chapter discusses women's roles and family relations during the 1990s"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.|uhttp://www.loc.gov/hlas/
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