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Prensa de moda para hombres en España: intereses de clase y tendencias en "La guía del peluquero" (1873-1880)

 

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Author: Velasco Molpeceres, Ana María
Date: 2018
Published in: RIHC : revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación, 10, 30-54.
Document type: Article
Abstract: El objetivo es investigar sobre las primeras publicaciones especializadas en moda en España y, en concreto, acerca de la Guía del peluquero (1873-1880). Esta cabecera es interesante porque es de las pocas que trataban temas de moda para el público m...
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This article studies one of the first specialized publications in fashion in Spain: the Guía del peluquero (1873-1880). This magazine is interesting because it is one of the few that dealt with topics of fashion for the male audience, although it also included content for women. It reveals the uses and customs of the Spanish people at the end of the XIX century, for both sexes. In addition, it represents an exception in the fashion press because it defends the interests of the working class and also it was an educational vehicle. It is, therefore, a proto-union organ, in tune with the labour movement. The existence of the magazine reflects the approach to the workers in Spain and the rise of the life level. The long life of the Guía proves the transcendence. For its study we have used the analysis sheet designed by Celso Almuiña, Professor of Contemporary History at Universidad of Valladolid (Spain)
Cite: Velasco Molpeceres, A.M. (2018). Prensa de moda para hombres en España: intereses de clase y tendencias en "La guía del peluquero" (1873-1880). RIHC : revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación, 10, 30-54.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/78844

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