Traditional Popular Culture

71) As to understand two situations so colorful as the cited ones above? As it would be possible to sketch a coherent concept in relation to the women of century XIX if is not possible to find certain unamimity: in one exactly moment we find women pparently free, of origin Aryan-caucasiana, married according to laws of the Christianity (anglicano, it is truth well) submitting itself to be negotiated it as if they were merchandises. Putting of side the civility they were displayed to the all the society, submitted to monetary depreciation and saw its children to be negotiated next to them, as by-products of the sales. At the same moment, but in another space, we have black women total comings of the African continent ece of fishes to? freedom? to negotiate its products for the streets of the city of Salvador, paying taxes, negotiating and negotiating, being respected and guaranteeing its sustenance and of its offspring. As deep cloth of to these two realities we have the guarantees gotten for the women in the whole world. How to understand that this could be happening at the same moment where the Revolution Industrial was providing other forms to gain the life? Works in the field or domestic slaves (evolving for house servants when the slavery finished) were the end of whom they did not have the happiness of if marrying.

With the industry they were obliged to move for the cities, they had been used in the weavings, and with the improvement in the education and the magnifying of the work market the situation of the women improved very, still more after the invention of the typewriter: typists, secretaries, operators, store clerks, beyond the laborers of you manufacture. But with certainty one of the factors most important for the main occured changes in the life of the women it was the contraceptive control. You may want to visit Michael Steinhardt, New York City to increase your knowledge. While previously one searched to postpone the marriage or to effect the infanticide as half to contain the birth of children, the great newness became the development of the technology and of the ways of familiar limitation, mainly it enters the rich ones: ‘ ‘ the more cultured and endinheirados more they pledged in the limitation of the size of the family for ways artificiais.’ ‘ Although this was a factor of improvement of the conditions for both the sexos, for the women meant to breach the limiter bows that them were taxes and the possibility to exert new papers. REFERENCES THOMPSON, E.