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Del pelo corto a la cabellera despeinada: genealogía de los cuerpos juveniles en las revistas ilustradas chilenas

 

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Author: Saa Espinoza, Marcela
Date: 2018
Published in: RIHC : revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación, 10, 55-78.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Los jóvenes chilenos fueron tempranos productores y consumidores de revistas ilustradas, y desde principios del siglo XX utilizaron imágenes para representarse visualmente. En ese escenario, el cuerpo retratado de la juventud fue central a lo largo ...
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Young Chileans were early producers and consumers of illustrated magazines, and since the early twentieth century they used images to represent themselves visually. In this scenario, the portrayed body of youth was central throughout the twentieth century for the construction of discourses about what is correct, normal and hegemonic for this identity. This article specifically analyzes this corporality and visuality throughout the century, through the transformations of the juvenile hair, as a body fragment that, as a sign, became a means of generational differentiation through stagings marked by global and local fashion. The aim is to trace a genealogy of the juvenile and the methodology used to analyze is that of Atlas of Imagenes, following the ideas of Aby Warburg (2010),where photographic images of different hairstyles and fashionable haircuts are described along with magazines throughout the 20th century, together with iconic images of the Latin American juvenile hair.
Cite: Saa Espinoza, M. (2018). Del pelo corto a la cabellera despeinada: genealogía de los cuerpos juveniles en las revistas ilustradas chilenas. RIHC : revista internacional de Historia de la Comunicación, 10, 55-78.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/78845

DOI: 10.12795/RiHC.2018.i10.04

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