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González Echeverría, Juan

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Juan
Last Name
González Echeverría
Affiliation
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Faculty / Institute
Filología
Department
Estudios Ingleses
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Filología Inglesa
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    Programa formativo para geografía e historia: propuesta de aplicación de metodologías innovadoras en la docencia universitaria
    (2017-06-30) Alonso García, David; Carabias Álvaro, Mónica; Pérez-Accino Picatoste, José Ramón; Del Moral Vargas, Marta; López-Varela Azcárate, M. Asunción; Vericat Pérez-Mínguez, Fabio Luis; González Echeverría, Juan; González Alcázar, Claudio Felipe; Martínez-Falero Galindo, Luis; González Rivas, Ana; Sotelo, Xiana; Jiménez de la Fuente, Mercedes; Ibáñez Rodríguez, María; Abril Hernández, Ana; Saavedra, Estefanía; Márquez, Carmen; González de Ozaeta, Mara; Sanz de Bremond Mayans, Ana María Lourdes; García Ramos, Francisco José; López Salazas Codes, Ana Isabel; Recio Morales, Óscar; Martínez Hernández, Santiago; Castillo Mena, Alicia Rosario; Salamanca López, Manuel; Botero Camacho, Manuel José
    Organización, puesta en marcha y análisis de talleres de formación para profesores de la Facultad de Geografía e Historia. Las acciones formativas se han centrado en métodos innovadores en las aulas y en el uso de las TICs aplicadas a la docencia universitaria.
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    Crisis de la masculinidad hegemónica: (re)escrituras finiseculares de la batalla de los sexos en Estados Unidos
    (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2016-10-21) González Etxeberría, Juan; González Echeverría, Juan; Martín Gutiérrez, Félix; Aertselaer, Joanne Neff van
    The present dissertation explores the concept of masculinity as power, paying special attention to the production and resistance of the rigid narratives of masculinity. Such configuration has prescribed the role of men in society—both at an individual and collective level—placing man at the centre of the patriarchal system and thus conferring upon men superiority over women. Such ideological construction is based on an essentialist view of the world, where biology determines destiny. As Men’s Studies have been advocating since their emergence, the victims of such an inegalitarian system are mainly women, but there are others, such as marginalized groups of men and hegemonic men themselves. Our focus is centered on the so-called crisis of masculinity that North American men went through in the last two decades of the twentieth century, the consequences of which have not yet been completely overcome. While from an essentialist point of view such a crisis is questionable, the political, economic and sociological reality of the Reagan’s Age made visible the downsides and pitfalls of toxic masculinity. In order to face the problems derived from the damaging nature of a construction that constrains men, three broad responses to the problem were taken: pro-feminist, anti-feminist and spiritual. Except for pro-feminists, the main reaction of these groupings consisted of victimizing themselves and of defending their essentialist supremacy—lulled by the fantasy world fostered by the “politics of symbolism” (Dallek, 1999 [1984]) of Reagan’s escapist policies. Opposing this reassuring image of the United States, the Blank Generation addressed the crisis of masculinity from a nihilist perspective. Through the analysis of American Psycho, this dissertation will illustrate the darkest side of the hegemonic model of masculinity...