The construction of female identity in nineteenth-century publications in Mexico

Martha Patricia Domínguez Chenge, José Luis Bretón Arredondo, Lázaro Gracia Fernández

Abstract


In 1883 the family, literary magazine was published by time first in Mexico by an eminently social content, where the configuration of the paper role of the woman was constituting a central piece of her speech.

 

The construction of the ideal feminine one in this epoch, of the hand of the social roles that should play the learned women did of this weekly publication a guide of the action, of the values and of the attitudes to taking up office, presented in fixed sections, as it is realized by the feminine contemporary magazines.


Keywords


Periodical press; Popular Literature; Stereotypes; Female identity; Women´s magazines.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v3i1.87

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