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dc.creatorGoicovich, Francis
dc.date2003-06-30
dc.identifierhttp://revistahistoria.uc.cl/index.php/rhis/article/view/11034
dc.descriptionThe primacy of masculine gender in almost every domain of culture is an universal phenomenon: men and women participate in differentiated value systems which, according to Marvin Harris, are grounded in the exclusive practice of war by men. The mapuche society in the conquest days was not an exception, and the ideology behind their social practices determined an asymmetry between both genders. centrality of civil legislation for the consolidation of the new order in the continent.  es-ES
dc.descriptionThe primacy of masculine gender in almost every domain of culture is an universal phenomenon: men and women participate in differentiated value systems which, according to Marvin Harris, are grounded in the exclusive practice of war by men. The mapuche society in the conquest days was not an exception, and the ideology behind their social practices determined an asymmetry between both genders. centrality of civil legislation for the consolidation of the new order in the continent.en-US
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dc.languagespa
dc.publisherInstituto de Historia. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chilees-ES
dc.relationhttp://revistahistoria.uc.cl/index.php/rhis/article/view/11034/10132
dc.rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0es-ES
dc.sourceHistory; 2003: Vol.I; 159-178en-US
dc.sourceHistoria; 2003: Vol.I; 159-178es-ES
dc.source0717-7194
dc.subjectLa revista no contemplaba “Palabras clave” para los artículos incluidos en este año de publicaciónes-ES
dc.titleEn torno a la asimetría de los géneros en la sociedad mapuche del período de la conquista hispanaes-ES
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/article
dc.typeinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
dc.typeArtículo revisado por pareses-ES


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