Panorama complejo de los estereotipos de género con motivo del aborto voluntario

The objective of this paper is to extract indicators of gender discrimination, called gender stereotypes, from the theoretical frameworks proposed for research. Then they will be applied to the analysis and interpretation of the Argentine Congress parliamentary debates for the voluntary interruption...

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Main Author: Galati, Elvio
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2022
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=9048946
Source:Derecho y ciencias sociales, ISSN 1852-2971, Nº. 27, 2022
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Summary: The objective of this paper is to extract indicators of gender discrimination, called gender stereotypes, from the theoretical frameworks proposed for research. Then they will be applied to the analysis and interpretation of the Argentine Congress parliamentary debates for the voluntary interruption of pregnancy in 2018. The theoretical framework is the gender perspective and Edgar Morin’s complex thought. The methodology is exploratory, documentary, taking units of analysis, which are texts, as an empirical basis. There is content, discourse and philosophical analysis. As a result, the stereotype is a strong cultural imprint. Naturalness is a stereotype of gender discrimination, as well as believing that women have no limits, they are charity; whilemendo, andthey arejustice. Simone de Beauvoir associates the masculine with the neutral, the generic, which renders women invisible. Continuity of life is assigned to the woman, and the male separates. The woman is permanence, immanence, continuity, stability. Shehas a contemplative role, not a public one. As the corporalis cursed, along with pleasure, shemust renounce herdominion. The woman is a means, an accessory. Bourdieu associates the masculine with superiority, highness, fordwardness, straightness, hardness, strength. The woman must accept interruptions;dirty, monotonous jobs are givento her.Butler talks about legislating what is only habitable for some, thinking that female identity is entrenched. Pleasure is exclusively masculine. Benjamin points out binarism, manichaeism, the desexualization of women, taking away their capacity for power and desire.