Emancipación femenina y música pop en los años 60. De "La chica ye-yé" a "El moreno de mi copla"

Abstract : During the 60s Spain experienced an extraordinary economic development that, along with tourism, produced profound changes in the Spanish society, helping the evolution of mentalities. At the same time, the arrival of pop music and the adoption of foreign models will contribute to the modernization of the Spanish youth and the spread of a new image of the "modern girl". If the traditional role of women in Francoist Spain was that of wife, mother and housewife, whereas the husband was the head of household, throughout the decade manifestations critizising the subordination of women to men will be increasing. The aim of this article is to present the change of woman's image and the expression of the feminine emancipation desire through popular music, songs and movies of those years.
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Paloma Otaola Gonzalez. Emancipación femenina y música pop en los años 60. De "La chica ye-yé" a "El moreno de mi copla". Sineris. Revista de Musicologia, 2012, pp.1-27. ⟨hal-00835507⟩

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