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Mujeres en la casa, la escuela y la fábrica. El singular discurso de la domesticidad de la escuela economista española (1861-1909)

  • Susana Martínez Rodríguez

    (Departament d'Economia i d'Història Econòmica, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Los textos de la Escuela Economista Española (segunda mitad del XIX) contienen una valoración del papel de las mujeres en la economía y la sociedad transgresor frente al discurso dominante, que defendía un único y exclusivo rol para todas las mujeres: el hogar y la maternidad. La mayoría de los miembros de esta corriente económica defienden el trabajo femenino en las fábricas, basándose en argumentos salariales; e incluso demandan una formación profesional para aquellas que en muchos casos ni tan siquiera eran alfabetizadas por ser mujeres. Los textos de estos economistas transmiten nuevas ideas sobre el papel económico y social de las mujeres en una España dominada por un discurso que negaba la necesidad del trabajo femenino para las familias trabajadoras.

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Date of creation: Apr 2009
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