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Women’s Movements in International Perspective

women s movements in international perspective molyneux maxine

This paper examines the nature of the political struggle over the status, role and identity of women in Egypt in between the two revolutions January 2011 and June 2013. It acknowledges that while women's rights have historically suffered as a consequence of a hostile political will of the ruling authority and parts of political and civil society that are inimical to expanding women's rights and sometimes mobilise around revoking what already exists , women's rights faced new threats after January 2011 because of the political settlement between the Supreme Council for Armed Forces and the Muslim Brotherhood. In this paper, we interrogate the nature of gendered political settlements through analyzing selected country cases studies of the gendered nature of political and policy-making processes and identifying the different contextual and structural factors that promote gender inclusive development policies and outcomes. Towards a Culturally Situated Women Rights Agenda: Reflections from Mexico R. Plantea, sin embargo, la necesidad de calificar la relación entre el socialismo y el feminismo teniendo en cuenta tres aspectos.

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women s movements in international perspective molyneux maxine

The Chinese Women's Movement in the Context of Globalization: Opportunities and Challenges Naihua Zhang Europe 7. This article explores this broad shift, focusing on the recent transformations within gender and development discourse and feminist approaches to development relating to diversity and representation, human rights, and the incorporation of men and masculinities within the development agenda, all set within the context of a globalising era. Until now, the analysis of gender and political inequality, and of the women's movements that have contested it, has concentrated on the West. This study offers a feminist psychology analysis of various aspects of relationship power and control and their relative explanatory contribution to understanding physical, psychological, and sexual violence against women. In the subject of prostitution there has been a growing trend towards a sex work discourse, where the selling of sex and sexual services is regarded as a form of emotional and erotic labor. In this paper, I use a combination of interview data and coded city council minutes to examine the effect of mayoral gender on the substance of policymaking. In Darjeeling, class, ethnicity, and other divides are accentuated by unresolved, decades-long identity-based political conflicts that also obscure practical everyday needs and challenges.

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women s movements in international perspective molyneux maxine

Recent scholarship emphasizes such factors as the strength of women's movements and the forms of opposition to which their policy demands give rise. State Socialism and Women's Emancipation: A Continuing Retrospective -- 6. A further and related element in this essentialist assemblage is that women are 'better able to incorporate compassion and humanitarianism within business practice' Elias, 2013, 164 , an ingredient conceivably indispensable to devising a 'cure for the risk-taking, testosterone-driven masculinity associated with the excessive speculation leading to the global financial crisis' Pr√ľgl and True, 2014, 1142. Primero, los intereses estrat√©gicos de g√©nero aunque son reconocidos en la teor√≠a y en los programas orientados a la emancipaci√≥n de la mujer, est√°n definidos de manera muy estrecha, porque est√°n basados en criterios econ√≥micos que son los que se privilegian. As√≠, las organizaciones feministas y los movimientos de mujeres, experimentaron por primera vez en mucho tiempo la posibilidad de ser sujetos visibles no solo desde el reconocimiento de derechos hasta entonces postergados, sino tambi√©n desde la participaci√≥n activa y directa en la transformaci√≥n social que ocurr√≠a en el pa√≠s.

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En el material examinado se sopesan las diversas estrategias para extender la cobertura de la seguridad social a quienes no están amparados por los regímenes existentes empleados con diverso grado de éxito en los diferentes países. Mapping the Women's Movement charts the development, diversification and politics of movements in the United States and key countries in Western and Eastern Europe, as well as Japan, in order to draw out their wider implications. Its focus is on the Global South, where women's movements have engaged in complex negotiations with national and international forces. Finally, Randall provides an up-to-date analysis of contemporary feminism as a political movement, its impact on policy in the 1970s, and the changing prospects for both in the 1980s. From the grassroots to the global, the significance of the U. La crítica al privilegio patriarcal realizada desde el feminismo expresa un deseo moderno de mayor libertad individual y reconocimiento colectivo. This article investigates how social and political actors in Mexico mobilize through informal institutional practices: what is beyond their control, what is unpredictable, or what is impossible to plan.

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Women's Movements in International Perspective : Latin America and Beyond / M. Molyneux.

women s movements in international perspective molyneux maxine

This approach understands how multiple scales overlap and connect to obstruct or enhance the right to health in Latin America. From the seminal reading and understanding of agency and citizenship by E. Given this context, when agenda were drawn up for action, it was influenced by the context within which women's issues were being debated. While the trade-offs available to poor women may be limited Kabeer, 1999; also van Driel, 1994 , and the 'price' of their independence high see Jackson, 1996; Molyneux, 2001 Brazil, older post-menopausal women, who, having 'gained a moment of respite in the battlefield of the sexes' and live without partners, often opt to rely on sons rather than spouses Fonseca,1991:156-7. The contributors cover key topics including women's relationship with the state, women's war service, mothers in wartime, suffrage, peace and the aftermath of war, and women's guilt and responsibility.

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Women’s Movements in International Perspective

women s movements in international perspective molyneux maxine

These distinguished authors show us how. Unas peticiones que han producido tensiones y algunas contradicciones en relaci√≥n a la cuesti√≥n de la ¬ędiferencia¬Ľ, especialmente en el encuentro con los pueblos ind√≠genas. En este art√≠culo se explora c√≥mo los actores sociales y pol√≠ticos en M√©xico se movilizan frente a los acontecimientos de lo informal institucional: lo que escapa a su control, lo que es imprevisible, lo que es imposible de planificar. Under a curious convergence of new communitarianism and neo-liberalist discourse, women were called to become active citizens so to alleviate the effects of the reduced role of the state: thus, through voluntary work and activism, women's unpaid labor was seen as an extension of their natural role. Connecting their services with human trafficking schemes heightened the social stigmatization of sex workers. Indeed, that several gender inequalities and injustices persist in urban environments is highlighted all the more when considering prosperity in conjunction with poverty. Women do experience a structural and symbolic relation with environmental resources derived from a ''universal patriarchy'' Molyneux 2001.

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Women's Movements in International Perspective: Latin America and Beyond

women s movements in international perspective molyneux maxine

Razavi ; The Politics of Rights: Dilemmas for Feminist Praxis ed. Proceso en el cual las organizaciones sociales de mujeres tuvieron un papel fundamental criticando las nociones liberales e individualistas de la ciudadanía y proponiendo nociones más participativas y activas Molyneux, 2003 , y conectando cuestiones de derechos con asuntos de género, sexualidad y transformación social. Con un enfoque sociopolítico feminista y una perspectiva comparativa, la autora relaciona experiencias de países individuales y al unísono, explora hasta qué punto lo que pueden parecer procesos específicamente nacionales son en gran medida procesos internacionales. Traducción de: Women's Movements in International Perspective. Examina en detalle la forma como las mujeres son afectadas por las políticas gubernamentales que son implementadas, una vez que se ha obtenido el control del estado, mediante un proceso masivo en el cual las mujeres participaron activamente. This shift is linked to changing social norms relating to household headship. Women's purportedly disproportionate and rising share of poverty - as encapsulated in the widely popularised term the 'feminisation of poverty' - has conferred unprecedented prominence upon gender in poverty analysis and policy.

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Women's Movements in International Perspective: Latin America and Beyond by Maxine Molyneux

women s movements in international perspective molyneux maxine

Este artículo hace un recorrido por las prácticas feministas ciudadanas y los estudios sobre género, justicia, ciudadanía y derechos en América Latina. This study employs a gendered and comparative approach to these two resistance campaigns to understand better the effects of interactive and multiplicative inequalities on movement processes and the gendered nature of political opportunities. An entirely new section on women in the Third World has been added. Most chapters deal directly with Latin American issues and experiences. Convertir las luchas sociales a una lógica de derechos fue parte de los procesos de ampliación de la democracia vividos en América Latina a lo largo de la década de los ochenta Dagnino, 2005.

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