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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||March 8th In Brazilian Congress: Representations Of The Female Condition In Parliamentary Speeches [o Oito De Março No Congresso: Representaçãoes Da Condição Feminina No Discurso Parlamentar]|
|Abstract:||Congress and its current representations about gender are crucial spaces in feminist political struggles, but where there are few female voices. In these spaces, we can observe the limitations that the dynamics of the political field impose on certain issues, including gender. This paper discusses how female and male members of congress make their representations about women, analyzing the representations of the female condition present in speeches made in the plenary assembly of Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, in the course of the sessions held on International Women's Day (March 8th), between 1975 and 2006.|
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