Pots, Pans, & Protests: Women's Strategies for Resisting Globalization in Argentina
This article uses the case study of Argentinean women and the cacerolazos protests to demonstrate women's resistance to globalization's economic injustices and how women are making their private concerns public. This discussion is preceded by a description of the public/private dichotomy as a way of understanding women's marginalization and oppression, specifically their suffering from global capitalist policies known as structural adjustment programs. The article argues that women are capable of accessing the public sphere and enforcing changes through collective action that both empowers women and politicizes their suffering.
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