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Gendering Europeanisation (Europe Plurielle / Multiple Europes, nr. 19)

Editat de Ulrike Liebert
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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 2003
The advancement of European gender equality rights over the past three decades has been accompanied by a growing diversity of gender regimes in an enlarging EU. While the paradigms in European governance research tend to focus on homogenisation, enforcement and compliance with EU norms, comparative approaches to Europeanisation are premised on the awareness of a multiple Europe. This book explores gendered varieties of Europeanisation, ranging from resistance to adaptation, transformation and innovation. How have EU members engaged with EC equal-opportunity directives since 1975? Which gender issues have sparked political controversy? What were the outcomes of the interplays between EU norms and domestic gender regimes, public discourses on the EU and gender equality advocates? Gendering Europeanisation presents the findings of an international group of social and political scientists based at the University of Bremen. The volume begins with a scrutiny of the mechanisms and forms of Europeanisation, presents case studies of six countries and concludes with a comparative analysis of gender politics in Europe.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9789052019963
ISBN-10: 9052019967
Pagini: 304
Ilustrații: tables
Dimensiuni: 220 x 152 x 19 mm
Greutate: 0.44 kg
Editura: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der W
Seriile Europe Plurielle/Multiple Europes , Europe Plurielle / Multiple Europes


Notă biografică

The Editor: Ulrike Liebert is professor of Political Science, holds a Jean Monnet Chair in Comparative European Politics, and heads the Centre for European Studies, University of Bremen, Germany.

Cuprins

Contents: Ulrike Liebert: Between Diversity and Equality: Analysing Europeanisation - Silke Reuter/Amy G. Mazur: Paradoxes of Gender-Biased Universalism: The Dynamics of French Equality Discourse - Petra Kodré/Henrike Müller: Shifting Policy Frames: EU Equal Treatment Norms and Domestic Discourses in Germany - Marina Calloni: From Maternalism to Mainstreaming: Femocrats and the Reframing of Gender Equality Policy in Italy - Stefanie Sifft: Pushing for Europeanisation: How British Feminists Link with the EU to Promote Parental Rights - Celia Valiente: Pushing for Equality Reforms: The European Union and Gender Discourse in Post-Authoritarian Spain - Milena Sunnus: EU Challenges to the Pioneer in Gender Equality: The Case of Sweden - Ulrike Liebert: Gendering Europeanisation: Patterns and Dynamics - Jörn Ketelhut: Appendix: EU Gender Equality Law, Gender Disparities in Domestic Labour Markets, and Public EU Support.