ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
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- 2 Spanish
- 2 Public
- Gender studies
- 1 Cultural anthropology
- 1 Feminism / Feminismo
- 1 Film studies
- 1 Latin American literature
- 1 Lesbian Motherhood
- 1 Linguistics
- 1 Mexican Golden Age Cinema
- 1 Narrative / Narrativa
- 1 Peruvian Literature / Literatura peruana
- 1 Post-Revolutionary Discourse
- 1 Sapphic Romance
- 1 Social-Political-Historical / Socio-Político-histórico
- 1 Speech Acts / Actos de habla
- 1 XIX Century / Siglo XIX
ABSTRACT Mexican Golden Age Cinema materialized the narratives of identity, unity and morality that became the obligated point of reference to understand social stability and mexicaness during the post-revolutionary period. Hence, film stars evolved into cultural icons that embodied the representation of patriarchal order as a synonym for nationalism. However, dissident depictions that challenged carefully tailored heteronormative roles were as much a part of the post-revolutionary reality as was the attempt to manufacture a utopic heterosexual family on screen, that functioned as a metaphor for national reunification under the law of the father/president of the Mexican Republic. Nonetheless, even when …
- Baeza Lope, Ileana, Foster, David W, De Urioste, Carmen, et al.
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ABSTRACT This interdisciplinary study examines the linguistic strategies that determine perception of female representation in Peruvian feminist narrative during the late XIX century. It uses as reference narratives that are considered representatives of the literary tendencies of Latin América feminine trajectory. The feminine subject was studied in two novels of Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera: Los amores de Hortensia (1886) and Blanca Sol (1889). The novels were selected with the aim of capturing the evolution and the development of the female characters as self-realizing subjects. The theoretical framework is led by the speech act philosophy of John Austin, John Searle, and …
- Atencia-Oliden, Elizabeth Miriam, Urioste-Azcorra, Carmen, Cérron-Palomino, Álvaro, et al.
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