Being a Woman in the Twenty-first Century

  • Nuria Chinchilla
  • Consuelo León


Our times are undoubtedly a time of women.1 There are three basic events that have taken place around the status of women in this century: the right to vote with its consequent legal autonomy with respect to civil rights; greater equality in access to education; and the massive entry of women in the job market.


Mutual Enrichment Massive Entry Marital Home Feminine Mystique Feminine Essence 
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  • Nuria Chinchilla
  • Consuelo León

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