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Iztapalapa. Revista de ciencias sociales y humanidades

On-line version ISSN 2007-9176Print version ISSN 0185-4259

Abstract

RAMIREZ SANCHEZ, David Francisco; GUTIERREZ RAMIREZ, Servando  and  VALLADARES SANCHEZ, Clara Elena. Young masculinities in transition through the condom: Comparison between two Latin American contexts. Iztapalapa. Rev. cienc. soc. humanid. [online]. 2014, vol.35, n.77, pp.97-127. ISSN 2007-9176.  https://doi.org/10.28928/ri/772014/atc4/ramirezsanchezdf/gutierrezramirezs/valladaressanchezce.

The relationship between the variables masculinity and condom use in young urban Ecuadorian southern Quito and Mexican Otomi-Tepehua region arises. In both groups three types of masculinity (traditional, hybrid and modern), which related to sexuality are evident, these young people placed in a stage of cultural transition. On the use of condoms, it is found that manhood is not a fundamental defined as men, because the love and respect are gaining importance.

Keywords : Reconstruction; males; sexual and reproductive health; respect; love.

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