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Albert Soler Ruda
Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
España
Vol. 8 (2017), Monográfico, Páginas 121-146
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14516/fdp.2017.008.001.004
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Este artículo gira en torno a la idea de la construcción de la subcultura del ex combatiente de guerra, tomando como ejemplo el caso de los soldados y veteranos de Vietnam, partiendo de la idea de que es una cultura generada por el marco contextual de la desigualdad social y la explosión cultural de los años 60. La guerra de Vietnam es conocida como la guerra impopular por excelencia, una guerra de contrainsurgencia desmoralizadora luchada por reclutas adolescentes de clase trabajadora y minorías, que originó visibles cicatrices psicológicas entre la tropa a la vez que generaría una increíble oleada de resistencia de clase obrera, motines y descenso de la disciplina en el ejército.

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