1995
DOI: 10.22201/cieg.2594066xe.1995.12.264
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Máscaras y posdatas: estrategias femeninas en la rebelión indígena de Chiapas

Abstract: Máscaras y posdatas: estrategias femeninas en la rebelión indígena de Chiapas

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“…'This active manipulation of rituals of subordination' (Scott, 1990, p. 33) is an effort to misrepresent oneself tactically. Belausteguigoitia (1995) calls them 'feminine strategies', not because they are necessarily used by women but because they are based on what is considered feminine and subaltern. She describes them as 'ex-centric', outside of male power and language, 'a consciousness of the marginal, … of the supplemental … of the no (without?…”
Section: Witnesses Scribes and Judgesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…'This active manipulation of rituals of subordination' (Scott, 1990, p. 33) is an effort to misrepresent oneself tactically. Belausteguigoitia (1995) calls them 'feminine strategies', not because they are necessarily used by women but because they are based on what is considered feminine and subaltern. She describes them as 'ex-centric', outside of male power and language, 'a consciousness of the marginal, … of the supplemental … of the no (without?…”
Section: Witnesses Scribes and Judgesmentioning
confidence: 99%