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machismo

[mächis′mō]
(in psychology) a concept of the male that includes both desirable traits of courage and fearlessness and the dysfunctional behaviors of heavy drinking, seduction of women, and domineering and abusive spouse behavior.
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Nos moviliza, por un lado, conocer las formas en que se tejen las representaciones sobre lo latinoamericano en torno al genero y la sexualidad, principalmente la circulacion de la idea de machismo entre los estudiantes y la negociacion que establecen con esa representacion una vez que estan instalados en Buenos Aires e interactuan de modo presencial y personal con la cultura local.
Se puede definir al machismo como una ideologia que defiende y justifica la superioridad y el dominio del hombre sobre la mujer; exalta las cualidades masculinas, como agresividad, independencia y dominancia, mientras estigmatiza las cualidades femeninas, como debilidad, dependencia y sumision.
Se utilizo una encuesta en Iinea para examinar el machismo y el caballerismo tradicionales de 45 veteranos hispanos varones, y su correlacion con el trastorno de estres post-traumatico (PTSD, por sus siglas en ingles), la angustia psicologica y la satisfaccion en sus relaciones.
Gender expectations in Mexico are especially interesting because of the ideology of machismo (5) that affects men's behaviors (Fragoso & Kashubeck, 2000; Gutmann, 1996, 1999; Montalvo & Garcfa, 2006) and marianismo (6) (Stevens, 1973) that affects women.
582% de la varianza total y que 24 reactivos del Imafe correlacionaban principalmente con este componente: ocho de masculinidad, los 15 de femineidad y uno de machismo.
Los anuncios en television eran siempre muy fuertes, y se podia intuir en ellos, en los mensajes de los medios, en lo dicho por los lideres de opinion, una mano poco visible que habia cambiado, paulatinamente, la percepcion sobre el machismo en un pais en el que en algun momento ser macho era casi una virtud.
With all these stars that are known as much for their machismo as their metro- sexuality, it is no longer viewed as being effeminate but, on the contrary, seen as a symbol of power and affluence.
Manifestaciones y latencias de la violencia machista (Battering Nation: Manifestations and Latent Expressions of Sexist Violence) is the title of the publication that the Red Chilena contra la Violencia Domestica y Sexual (Chilean Network Against Sexual and Domestic Violence) launched during the third part of this network's national campaign "Cuidado, el Machismo Mata"(Watch Out
of Massachusetts Dartmouth) explores gender relations reflected in the words macho and machismo, based on fieldwork he conducted with middle-class university students at the national university in Mexico City.
Imagine if my head chef started killing people all over the kitchen, I wouldn't have a team any more, or a business" - TV chef Raymond Blanc, on machismo in the kitchen "I believe there is no good theatre that is not also sexual" - Theatre director Sir Peter Hall.
Women also said that machismo would lead to reactions of anger and accusations of infidelity.
Machismo was also seen on the track under exercise rider Dana Barnes, who is looking after the gelding until trainer John Sadler's assistant arrives from California.