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"Women and Democracy considers how women responded to the opportunities presented by democratic transition in quite different social and political contexts. By considering the various ways that women have understood and responded to their options, this book helps us understand the highly contextualized ways in which 'what women want' is mediated. The book will appeal to scholars in political science, sociology, and women's studies, and also to policymakers, non-profit practitioners, and feminists."

"Provides several intriguing comparisons between two regions undergoing democratic change. Policymakers and scholars of democratic transitions and gender studies will find much of interest in the work."

Women and Democracy
Latin America and Central and Eastern Europe
Publication Date: 7 Oct 1998
Status: Available
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Trim Size: 6" x 9"
Page Count: 264 pages
ISBN: 9780801858383