Please read Hirschberg, S., & Hirschberg, T. (Eds.). (2015). One world, many cultures (9th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc.
- “The Myth of the Latin Woman” (p. 109) (This article is related to the Latina Literary Movement.)
Each of this week’s readings, and many of those from other weeks, may be connected to a contemporary aesthetic and/or political movement that is best understood in light of specific social, political, and historical circumstances. Discuss “The Myth of the Latin Woman” From One world, many cultures by Hirschberg, S., & Hirschberg, T in relation to the movement with which it is associated (the Latina Movement of women Latin American descent). Address how the work reflects the sociocultural conditions it represents, as well as how the work demonstrates, or differs from, the characteristics commonly associated with the respective aesthetic movement. (If the chosen work does not seem in keeping with the ideas, principles, or qualities generally associated with the movement, it should be noted and its significance described and analyzed.)
Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references.
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The work of Hirschberg makes a great attempt at bringing out the myths about the Latin American women in relation to the sociocultural. For example, in most part of the world, women have been depicted to be less important than men. It is such cultural notion that significantly contributes to the construction of women stereotypes. Hirschberg shows that Latin American women have been thought to poor as the women commonly wear Carmen Miranda (Hirschberg & Hirschberg, 2015). Through..
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