L'immoralità della morale: giovani donne nell'italia degli anni Cinquanta del Novecento

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Abstract

The desire of the population to forget the misfortunes of the war, the pressure of Catholic morals and a pressing American lifestyle, which entered part of the Italian landscape, are some of the factors that in the Fifties contributed to change the daily and the mentality of families and of young Italian women fought between modernity and tradition. Through a reading of the languages of "Noi Donne" and "Famiglia Cristiana", but also with reference to the Neorealist Cinema, it was reflected on the "public use of the private" of miles of women by the PCI and the DC.

Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationPercorsi condivisi.
Subtitle of host publicationRicerche su popolazione, ambiente e salute.
EditorsGiovanna Da Molin
Place of PublicationBari
PublisherCacucci Editore
Pages219-232
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)ds0044319709
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • PCI
  • Women
  • young people
  • "Famiglia Cristiana"
  • "Noi Donne"
  • DC

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