3 edition of Equality legislation in a comparative perspective, towards state feminism? found in the catalog.
Equality legislation in a comparative perspective, towards state feminism?
|Statement||by Ruth Nielsen.|
|Series||EWL,, no. 2|
|Contributions||Center for samfundsvidenskabelig kvindeforskning (Copenhagen, Denmark)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 310 columns :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||83209476|
This Essay is about the limits of equality for feminist legal the-ory. Equality, like all concepts, is a social construct. Whether we view equality as an ultimate goal of feminism, or merely as a useful rhetorical device to help obtain other substantive goals, our cur-rent use of the language of equality reflects the meanings that haveCited by: Are being lower in status and weaker sex lead to violence and abuse towards women? Nowadays, feminism and gender equality are still an issue that will draw attention among the society. Women status is a complex issue and a hard-to-define subject. Overall, the rights and status of women have improved considerably in the last century.
The state is male in the feminist sense: the law sees and treats women the way men see and treat women. The liberal state coercively and authoritatively constitutes the social order in the interests of men as a gender—through its legitimating norms, forms, relation to society, and substantive policies. Just as in the past, feminism continues to act as a controversial issue among men and women. In the ’s, women finally addressed workplace inequity and created woman organizations to achieve equality. In the early ’s, the Equal Pay Act and the Civil Rights Act set a milestone for women’s progression towards work equality.
FEMINIST CRITIQUE OF ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW From this brief survey of the most salient problems posed by the current legislation, I now turn to some more general concerns which emerge from a specifically feminist perspective. 1. The Ideal of Equality Starting at the most fundamental level, one obvious set of questions has to do. Documento 1 de The role of an international higher education partnership to improve gender equality and empower women Enlace de documentos de ProQuest.
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In Comparative State Feminism, an international team of contributors analyzes these questions, clearly describing the range and diversity of state structures formally responsible for promoting women's positions and rights in advanced industrial societies. In addition, these contributors explore.
Debating Women's Equality: Toward a Feminist Theory of Law from a European Perspective [Ute Gerhard] on rafaelrvalcarcel.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ute Gerhard places women's rights at the center of legal philosophy and sees the struggle for equality as a driving force in the history of law.
Focusing on Europe and taking the course of German feminism and law as primary examples. Jan 14, · Equality, Difference and Participation: The Women’s Movements in Global Perspective.
Authors; Abortion Politics, Women’s Movements and the Democratic State: A Comparative Study of State Feminism (Oxford: Oxford Routledge, ) analyses the impact of feminism on legislation on gender equality in the family and prostitution Cited by: 4. In Sweden Gelb finds an anomalous situation in which the state has implemented many feminist policies but has allowed little ideological or political space for an autonomous movement.
In its scope and analysis, Feminism and Politics offers a valuable new perspective on women's political activities. A Woman in Finland, The Council for Equality Between Men and Women, Helsinki ()Cited by: 2. Sep 13, · Johnson synthesizes the current state of feminist political science as pointing to a worldwide gender equality paradox, a bait and switch in which gender equality is promised but not realized.
Drawing together feminist institutionalism and the study of post-Soviet regime dynamics, the chapter argues that, just as women have broken into formal Author: Janet Elise Johnson.
Employing a comparative historical approach, this article has examined the significance of legislation for local government gender equality working in the UK – during the municipal feminist period of the s, and three decades later in Cited by: 1.
Mar 23, · The state feminist tradition can lend the study of parliamentary committees on gender equality models, variables and a set of underlying assumptions (e.g. the importance of the women's movement).
Transposing ideas from one arena to another, however, can also cause problems and rafaelrvalcarcel.com by: 3. Toward a Feminist Theory of the State presents Catharine MacKinnon's powerful analysis of politics, sexuality, and the law from the perspective of women. Using the debate over Marxism and feminism as a point of departure, MacKinnon develops a theory of gender centered on sexual subordination and applies it to the state.5/5(1).
This article discusses policymaking from a gender+ equality perspective. It connects the knowledge from various subfields ranging from development planning, to feminist policy studies, to works on gender mainstreaming.
By connecting different but convergent feminist subdisciplines, it draws a picture of the field of gender+ and policymaking. Jul 20, · As the article argues, developing this analytical measurement constitutes the essential first step in the emerging research cycle on feminist policy postadoption in a comparative perspective.
Toward the Systematic Study of Feminist Policy in Practice:An Essential First Step: Journal of Women, Politics & Policy: Vol 38, No 1Cited by: This article examines the normative and theoretical contents of the concept of equality.
It considers some of the feminist debates on equality as cultural “recognition,” political “representation,” sameness and difference, and socioeconomic “redistribution.” The article also identifies the risks of the arrival of the concept of multiple equality strands and rafaelrvalcarcel.com by: 2.
State feminism advances the argument that participating in political activities to achieve gender equality is insufficient. #MeToo in South Korea: A Comparative Analysis of Feminist.
'The Politics of Sexual Harassment is an outstanding piece of research on the cutting-edge of comparative feminist policy studies. The quality of scholarship and analytical scope will appeal to a broad international audience, across a variety of disciplines, at Author: Kathrin S.
Zippel. Women, Gender, and Politics brings together both classic and recent readings on central topics in the study of gender and politics, and places an emphasis on comparing developed and developing countries. Mar 09, · To explore the distinct logics of policy change, we disaggregate sex equality policies on two dimensions: 1) whether they improve the status of women as a group or alleviate gender-based class inequalities, and 2) whether or not they challenge the doctrine of organized religion and the codified tradition of major cultural rafaelrvalcarcel.com by: TOWARDS GENDER EQUALITY IN THE ARAB/MIDDLE EAST REGION: ISLAM, CULTURE, AND FEMINIST ACTIVISM Comparative Perspective 1.
Introduction phenomenon.1 Another was the stricter application of Muslim family laws by the state, partly to placate Islamist movements or revive state legitimacy. Islamic revival.
Equality Rights Feminism. Equality – a term associated with fairness, cohesion, and rights – has been an important goal for various theoretical movements that have formed in Feminism. The debate surrounding equality has and continues to be of concern at all different levels – feminism arose as a response to the inequalities between men and women.
Judith Baer writes that Toward a Feminist Theory of the State "establishes MacKinnon as the preeminent figure within the scholarly subfield of feminist jurisprudence", although she takes issue with MacKinnon's assertion that the First Amendment protects pornography that "teaches men to degrade and dehumanize women Of course, it does not; constitutional doctrine puts obscene material outside the scope of Author: Catharine MacKinnon.
Feminism has provided some new perspectives to the discourse on human rights over the years. Contemporary feminist scholarship has sought to critique the liberalism on which the conception of formal “equality” in the international human rights laws has been derived on a number of grounds.
Two of the most pertinent critiques for this discussion are: the androcentric construction of human Author: Laura Parisi. MacKinnon Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State dynamic, is at once epistemological and political.2 The feminist theory of knowledge is inextricable from the feminist critique of power because the male point of view forces itself upon the world as its way of ap- prehending it.Debating Women's Equality by Ute Gerhard,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Using the debate over Marxism and feminism as a point of departure, MacKinnon develops a theory of gender centered on sexual subordination and applies it to the state.