CRIMINALISING THE CLIENT INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE GENDERED IDEAS AND FEMINIST STRATEGIES FEMINIST INSTITUTIONALIST PERSPECTIVES

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Criminalizing The Client

Author : Josefina Erikson
ISBN : 1786600056
Genre : Social Science
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Investigates the change in criminal law for prostitution in Sweden.
Category: Social Science

Gender And Informal Institutions

Author : Georgina Waylen
ISBN : 1786600021
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 67.51 MB
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The book takes up the challenges of gender equality in informal institutions though a feminist institutionalist lens.
Category: Political Science

Towards Gendering Institutionalism

Author : Heather MacRae
ISBN : 1783489979
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 72.22 MB
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This book brings gender to the fore as a critical aspect of institutions and opens up new avenues to interrogate the dynamics of power and change. Casting its empirical lens on the EU it interrogates attempts to bring about more 'gender just' polities.
Category: Political Science

Diaspora And Transnationalism

Author : Rainer Bauböck
ISBN : 9789089642387
Genre : Social Science
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Diaspora & transnationalism are widely used concepts in academic & political discourses. Although originally referring to quite different phenomena, they increasingly overlap today. Such inflation of meanings goes hand in hand with a danger of essentialising collective identities. This book analyses this topic.
Category: Social Science

The Uncertainty Of Hope

Author : Tagwira, Valerie
ISBN : 9781779222138
Genre : Fiction
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The Uncertainty of Hope by Valerie Tagwira won the National Arts Merit Award (NAMA), Zimbabwe 2008. It is a novel which Charles Mungoshi calls 'an astonishing debut'. Through the various and complex lives of Onai Moyo - a market woman and responsible mother of three children, and her best friend Katy Nguni - a vendor and black-market currency dealer - we are given an insight into the challenges that face those who only survive by their wits, their labour and their mutual support. In doing so Tagwira aptly captures how precarious the future is for the inhabitants of Mbare, Zimbabwe in 2005. The story of these two close friends is situated in a high-density suburb. However, the author also introduces a much wider cross-section of Zimbabwean society: Tom Sibanda, a young business man and farmer, his girlfriend, Faith, a law student, Tom's sister Emily, a health professional, and Mawaya, the ostensible beggar. With depth and sensitivity, Tagwira pulls these many threads into a densely woven novel that provides us with of some of the many faces of contemporary Zimbabwe. Born and bred in Zimbabwe, Valerie Tagwira is working in London while preparing for her membership exam for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. The Uncertainty of Hope is her first novel. Tagwira says that it 'began as an exploration in creativity. However, because of my interest in health-related and developmental issues that affect women, The Uncertainty of Hope became a way of exploring issues close to my heart … the challenges that underprivileged women face in their day-to-day lives, and the obstacles that they encounter in trying to make life better for their families. ‘Through Onai and her best friend Katy, the book examines domestic violence, poverty, homelessness and lack of control that disadvantaged women have over their sexuality, which among other things, makes them more vulnerable to HIV and AIDS. It is also a book about surviving against the odds, and the value of true friendship. Onai and Katy’s interactions with other characters from a different social class reveal the intricacies of modern day Zimbabwe.’
Category: Fiction

Gender And Political Recruitment

Author : Meryl Kenny
ISBN : 9781137271945
Genre : Political Science
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This book explores the gendered dynamics of institutional innovation, continuity and change in candidate selection and recruitment. Drawing on the insights of feminist institutionalism, it extends the 'supply and demand model' of political recruitment via a micro-level case study of the candidate selection process in post-devolution Scotland.
Category: Political Science

Gender Politics And The State

Author : Vicky Randall
ISBN : 9781134712779
Genre : Political Science
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Over the last two decades our understanding of the relationship of gender, politics and the state has been transformed almost beyond recognition by the mutual interrogation of feminism and political science. This volume provides an overview of this dynamic and growing field, which reflects both its expanding empirical scope and the accompanying theoretical development and debate. The first three essays focus primarily on conceptual and theoretical issues: the meaning of 'gender'; the state's role in the construction of gender within the public and private sphere; and the political representation of gender differences within liberal democracy. The remaining six provide analyses of more concrete issues of state policy and participation in differeing national political contexts: abortion politics in Ireland; the local politics of prostitution in Britain, the impact on women's political participation of economic change in China, Latin America and political change in Russia, and the gender impact of state programmes of land reform.
Category: Political Science

The Gender Knot

Author : Allan G. Johnson
ISBN : 1566395194
Genre : Psychology
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This text deals with three questions: what gender roles are we participating in and how are we choosing to do so?; how do typical ways of thinking about gender blind us to what's going on?; and what can men and women do to make a difference?
Category: Psychology