LAC14(2)10 - Violence,Memory, Citizenship,&Strivingfor...

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    Violence, Memory,  a Just World Military Policies and The Aftermath of  the Dirty War
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    Agenda I. Turn-in Reaction Paper Assignment II. Finish watching: Los Rubios III. Trauma and Politics of Remembering I. High Ranking Military leadership  responses II. NGO responses III. Post-Junta State responses IV. Lower level military responses V. Individual responses - setting up the  filmmaker’s approach to remembering in  The Blondes
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    Los Rubios: Individual  Remembering What is filmmaker, Albertina Carri’s  approach to remembering her  parents and the Dirty War? In what ways is her tactic similar to  what others were doing [as reported  in Robben’s text] and in what ways is  it entirely unique? How does it reflect her position as  one who was left behind and can  claim no vivid memories of her own? 
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    History of Conflict:  The  Origins of Pre-Dirty War  Conflict?  1. 19th Century Civil War Conflicts? 2. 1919 Tragic Week? Police killed 30 striking workers and instituted  a repressive regime toward social and political  protest. 3. Populism of President Juan Domingo  Perón starting in 1945? Perón’s contradictory support for working  classes provoked opposition from the upper  and middle classes
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    Military implementation of  neoliberal policies Reduction of real wages by nearly 50%,  increased the price of public services and  ended the subsidization of social services  such as health and housing Program of reduction of import tariffs, no  subsidies to nontraditional exports,  encouraged agricultural exports Liberalization of of the exchange and financial  markets Reduction of government expenditures and  employment; reprivatization of state owned  firms. 
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    A social trauma is a wound to  the social body and its cultural  frame “Massive trauma is more than the sum  total of individual suffering because it  ruptures social bonds, destroys group  identities, undermines the sense of 
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