4 edition of Civilizing Argentina found in the catalog.
|Statement||University of North Carolina Press|
|Publishers||University of North Carolina Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Comprehensive reports on technical items presented to the International Committee or to Regional Commissions in 1990 and 1991.
Civilization and 'Latinidad' in Spanish America, 1880-1920 Michela Coletta. Meade Publisher: Penn State Press ISBN: 9780271028705 Category: History Page: 212 View: 328 A massive urban renewal and public-health campaign in the first decades of the nineteenth century transformed Brazil's capital into a showcase of European architecture and public works.
Julia Rodriguez has provided us with an intellectual history of science and medicine as applied to Argentina. -- Journal of Civilizing Argentina History, In Isherwood's work, a magic potion of history and invention, the voice is clear, and, no matter how many times we hear it, it always seems to be speaking for the first time.
Synopsis After a promising start as a prosperous and liberal democratic nation at the end of the nineteenth century, Argentina descended into instability and crisis.
She has explained how the various representatives of the state employed European medical Civilizing Argentina scientific concepts. Citizenship conditioned the rights and duties of Argentines and foreign nationals living in the country. In Civilizing Argentina, Julia Rodriguez takes a sharply contrary view, demonstrating that Argentina's turn of fortune is not a mystery but rather the ironic consequence of schemes to "civilize" the nation in the name of progressivism, health, science, and public order.
With new medical and scientific information arriving from Europe at the turn of the century, a powerful alliance developed among medical, scientific, and state authorities in Argentina. The author successfully increases our understanding of how Argentine bureaucrats, scientists, public health specialists, and medical professionals adopted European concepts of health and medicine. Civilizing routine that is applied to the most finished product of civilization.
Author: Veronika Fuechtner Publisher: Univ of California Press ISBN: 9780520293397 Category: History Page: 477 View: 340 Sex has no history, but sexual science does. Moreover, the state found it difficult to control the immigrant population in the country, and officials sought to exclude the masses from the privileges of citizenship. Since the medicine and science which the Argentine elite applied to control immigrants and the working class were also utilized in other Western nations, the author should attempt to explain how Argentina was different.
Best Sellers Rank: 3,651,934 in Kindle Store• They instituted programs to fingerprint immigrants, measure the bodies of prisoners, place wives who disobeyed their husbands in houses of deposit, and exclude or expel people deemed socially undesirable, including groups such as labor organizers and prostitutes.
Civilizing Argentina is indeed at its best when the author explores Civilizing Argentina interactions between ideas, individuals, and Civilizing Argentina policy.
They instituted programs to fingerprint immigrants, measure the bodies of prisoners, place wives who disobeyed their husbands in "houses of deposit," and exclude or expel people deemed socially undesirable, including groups such as labor organizers and prostitutes.