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Schedule
Participants
Funding
Qualitative Phase: Issue Networks and Books
Quantitative Phase: Data Set
Capstone Book
RNGS/IWPR Practitioners Conference
Comparative State Feminism II
RNGS Publications
Bibliography
Applications to Non-Western Countries
Measuring Women's Movement Change
Network Meetings
RNGS Chronology, 1995-2011
RNGS Journal
RNGS at the United Nations
Newsletters
Working Papers and Documents
Politics of State Feminism Methods Appendices
Useful Links
Politics, Gender, and Concepts - Appendix

 

BOOKS

Stetson, Dorothy McBride and Amy Mazur, Ed. 1995. Comparative State Feminism. Sage Publications. [Ordering Information]

Mazur, Amy. Ed. 2001. State Feminism, Women’s Movements, and Job Training: Making Democracies Work in the Global Economy. New York and London: Routledge. [Ordering Information]

Stetson, Dorothy McBride. Ed. 2001 Abortion Politics, Women’s Movements and the Democratic State: A Comparative Study of State Feminism .Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Ordering Information: hardback, paperback]

Outshoorn, Joyce, Ed. 2004. The Politics of Prostitution: Women’s Movements, Democratic States, and the Globalization of Sex Commerce. Cambridge University Press. [Ordering Information: hardback, paperback]

Lovenduski, Joni, Ed. With contributions by Diane Sainsbury, Claudie Baudino, Marila Guadagnini and Petra Meier, 2005. State Feminism and Political Representation. Cambridge University Press. [Ordering Information: hardback, paperback]

Haussman, Melissa and Birgit Sauer Ed. 2007. Gendering the State in the Age of Globalization. Women's Movements and State Feminism in Post Industrial Democracies. Rowman and Littlefield. [Ordering Information]

McBride, Dorothy E. and Amy G. Mazur with the participation of Joni Lovenduski, Joyce Outshoorn, Birgit Sauer and Marila Guadagnini. 2010. The Politics of State Feminism: Innovation in Comparative Research. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

LIST OF CHAPTERS IN RNGS BOOKS

In Stetson, Dorothy McBride and Amy Mazur, Ed. 1995. ComparativeState Feminism. Sage Publications.

Borchorst, Anette. “A Political Niche: Denmark’s Equal Status Council.” 59-75.

Bystydzienski, Jill M. “Women’s Equality Structures in Norway: The Equal Status Council.” 186-202.

Elman, R. Amy. “The State’s Equality for Women: Sweden’s Equality Ombudsman.” 237-253.

Ferree, Myra Marx. “Making Equality: The Women’s Affairs Offices in the Federal Republic of Germany.” 95-113.

Guadagini, Marila. “The Latecomers: Italy’s Equal Status and Equal Opportunities Agencies.” 150-167.

Lovenduski, Joni. “An Emerging Advocate: The Equal Opportunities Commission in Great Britain.” 114-131.

Mahon, Evelyn. “ Irelands Policy Machinery: The Ministry of State for Women’s Affairs and Joint Oireachtas Committees for Women’s Rights.” 132-149.

Mazur, Amy G. “ Strong State and Symbolic Reform: The Ministère des Droits de la Femme in France.” 76-94.

Outshoorn, Joyce. “Administrative Accommodation in the Netherlands: The Department for the Coordination of Equality Policy.” 168-185.

Robinson, Jean. “Women, the State, and the Need for Civil Society: The Liga Kobiet in Poland.” 203-220.

Sawer, Marian. “Femocrats in Glass Towers?: The Office of the Status of Women in Austrailia.” 22-39.

Schwartz, Linda Geller. “An Array of Agencies: Feminism and State Institutions in Canada.” 40-58.

Stetson, Dorothy McBride. “The Oldest Women’s Policy Agency: The Women’s Bureau in the United States.” 254-271.

Valiente, Celia. “The Power of Persuasion: The Instituto de la Mujer in Spain.” 221-236.

In Mazur, Amy. Ed. 2001. State Feminism, Women’s Movements, and Job Training: Making Democracies Work in the Global Economy.New York and London: Routledge.

Buchinger, Birgit and Sieglinde Katharina Rosenberger. “A Women- Friendly Employment Administration Pursues Symbolic Policies in Austria., 65-78.

Good, Anne. “Femocrats Work with Feminists and the EU against Gender Bias in Ireland.”, 213-234.

Guadagnini, Marlia. “Limited Women’s Policy Agency Influence Produces Limited Results in Italy.” 131-154.

Holli, Ann Maria. “A Shifting Policy Environment Divides the Impact of State Feminism in Finland.” 183-212.

Hoskyns, Catherine. 2001. “Gender Politics in the European Union: The Context for Job Training.” 31- 48.

Laatikainen, Katie Verlin. “Caught between Access and Activism in the Multilevel European Union Labyrinth.” 79-110.

Mazur, Amy G. “ Republican Universalism Resists State Feminist Approaches to Gendered Equality In France.” 155-182.

Stetson. Dorothy McBride. “Federal and State Women’s Policy Agencies Help to Represent Women in the United States.” 271-292.

Teghtsoonian, Kathy and Joan Grace. “Something More is Necessary: The Mixed Achievements of Women’s Policy in Canada.” 235-270.

Tobio, Constanza. 2001. “Women’s Strategies and the Family- Employment Relationships in Spain.” 49-64.

Valiente, Celia. “A Closed Subsystem and Distant Feminist Demands Block Women- Friendly Outcomes in Spain.” 111-154.

In McBride Stetson, Dorothy, Ed. 2001 Abortion Politics, Women’s Movements and the Democratic State: A Comparative Study of State Feminism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Calloni, Marina. "Debates and Controversies on Abortion in Italy." 181-204.

Celis, Karen. "The Abortion Debates in Belgium 1974-2000." 39-62.

Haussman, Melissa. "Of Rights and Power: Canada's Federal Abortion Policy 1969 -1991." 63-86.

Kamenitsa, Lynn. "Abortion Debates in Germany." 111-134.

Kopl, Regina. "State Feminism and Policy Debates on Abortion in Austria." 17-38.

Mahon, Evelyn. "Abortion Debates in Ireland: An Ongoing Issue." 157-180.

Outshoorn, Joyce. "Policy-Making on Abortion: Arenas, Actors, and Arguments in the Netherlands." 205-228.

Robinson, Jean C. "Gendering the Abortion Debate: The French Case." 87-110.

Stetson, Dorothy McBride. "US Abortion Debates 1959-1998: The Women's Movement Holds On." 247-268.

Stetson, Dorothy McBride. "Women's Movements' Defense of Legal Abortion in Great Britain." 135-156.

Valiente, Celia. "Gendering Abortion Debates: State Feminism in Spain." 229-248.

In Outshoorn, Joyce, Ed. 2004. The Politics of Prostitution: Women’s Movements, Democratic States, and the Globalization of Sex Commerce. Cambridge University Press.

Amir, Delila and Menachem Amir. “ The Politics of Prostitution and Trafficking in Women in Israel.” 144-64.

Danna, Daniela. " Italy: the never ending debate." 165-84.

Holli, Anne Maria. "Towards a New Prohibitionism? State Feminism, Women’s Movements and Prostitution Policies in Finland." 103-22.

Jeffery, Leslie Ann. Prostitution as Public Nuisance: Prostitution Policy in Canada." 83-102.

Kantola, Johanna and Judith Squires. "Prostitution policies in Britain 1979-1982." 62-82.

Mazur, Amy G. "Prostitute Movements face Elite Apathy and Gender Biased Universalism in France." 123-44.

Outshoorn, Joyce. "Voluntary and Forced Prostitution: The Realistic Approach of the Netherlands." 185-204.

Sauer, Birgit. "Taxes Rights and Representation: Discourses on Prostitution in Austria." 41-61.

Sullivan, Barbara. “The Women’s Movement and Prostitution Politics in Australia.” 21-40.

Stetson, Dorothy. "The Invisible Issue: Prostitution and the Trafficking of Women and Girls in the United States." 245-64.

Valiente, Celia. "State Feminism and the Central- State Debates on Prostitution in Post- Authoritarian Spain.” 205-24.

In Lovenduski, Joni, Ed. 2005 (with contributions by Diane Sainsbury, Marila Guadagnini, Petra Meier and Claudie Baudino) State Feminism and Political Representation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Köpl, Regina. “Gendering Political Representation: Debates and Controversies in Austria.”

Meier, Petra. “The Belgian Paradox: Inclusion and Exclusion of Gender Issues in Politics.”

Holli, Anne Maria and Johanna Kantola. “A Politics for Presence. State Feminism, Women's Movements and Political Representation in Finland.”

Baudino, Claudie. “Gendering the Republican System: Debates on Women's Political Representation in France."

Kamenitsa, Lynn and Brigitte Geissel. “KWPAs and Political Representation in Germany.”

Guadagnini, Marila.”Gendering the Debate on Political Representation in Italy: a Difficult Challenge."

Oldersma, Jantine. “High Tides in a Low Country: Gendering Political Representation in the Netherlands."

Valiente, Celia. “The Women’s Movement, Gender Equality Agencies, and Central-State Debates on Political Representation in Spain (1983-2003)."

Sainsbury, Diane. “Party Feminism, State Feminism and Women’s Representation in Sweden."

Lovenduski, Joni. ”Party Government and Women’s Representation Debates: the UK."

Parry, Janine A. “Women’s Policy Agencies, the Women’s Movement, and Representation in the U.S.”

In Haussman, Melissa and Birgit Sauer Ed. 2007. Gendering the State in the Age of Globalization. Women's Movements and State Feminism in Post Industrial Democracies. Rowman and Littlefield.

Aalton, Terhi and Anne Marie Holli.“Finland: the Day-Care Question. Women Unite and Divide on Day-Care Reform”.

Bergvist, Christina. “Sweden:  the Debate about Family Policy in the Light of the Welfare State”.

Braun, Katrin. “Germany:  Repro Genetics Debate”.

Guadagnini. “Italy:  the Women’s Movement and the Debate on Reform of the State”.

Haussman, Melissa. “Canada: New Federalism and Cracked Pillars: the Canadian Health Insurance System under the 2000 Romanow Commission and Beyond”.

Iwamoto, Misako. “Japan: Electoral Reforms in the Mid-1990s”.

Lovenduski, Joni. “UK: Constitutional Change”.

Mazur, Amy. “35 Hour Work-Week Reforms in France: Strong Feminist Demands, Elite Apathy, and Disappointing Outcomes”.

McBride, Dorothy, “USA: Welfare Reform: America’s Hot Issue”.

Oldersma, Jantine and Joyce Outshoorm. “Netherlands:  the ‘Home Care Gap’: Neoliberalism, Feminism and the State”.

Sauer, Birgit. “Austria: Family Policy for the Sake of the Children or the Male Breadwinner?”.

Sullivan, Barbara. “Australia: Feminism and Indigenous Rights in Australia in the 1990s”.

Valiente, Celia. “Spain: the Women’s Movement, State Feminism and Unemployment Reform”.

Woodward, Alison. “Belgium: Speedy Belgians: the New Nationality Law of 2000 and the Low Impact of the Women’s Movement”.

OTHER RNGS RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Kantola, Johanna and Judith Squires (2004) 'Discourses Surrounding  Prostitution Policies in the UK' in European Journal of Women's Studies 11 (1) pp77-101.

Lovenduski, Joni, Ed. 2005. With contributions by Diane Sainsbury, Claudie Baudino, Marila Guadagnini and Petra Meier, Feminism and the Political Representation of Women in Europe and North America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Mazur, Amy G. and Dorothy McBride. 2006. “The RNGS Dataset: Women’s Policy Agencies, Women’s Movements and Policy Debates in Western Post Industrial Democracies” French Politics.4 (2).

Mazur, Amy G. and Janine Parry. “Choosing not to Choose in Comparative Policy Research Design: The Case of the Research Network on Gender, Politics and the State.” Journal of Policy Studies. 26, 3. 1998 (384-395).

Mazur, Amy. Ed. 2001. State Feminism, Women’s Movements, and Job Training: Making Democracies Work in the Global Economy. New York and London: Routledge.

McBride, Dorothy and Amy Mazur. 2006. “Measuring Feminist Mobilization: Cross-National Convergence and Transnational Networks in Western Europe.” With Dorothy McBride. In Transnational Feminisms: Women’s Global Activism and Human Rights. Ferree and Tripp, eds.  New York University Press.

McBride, Dorothy E., Amy G. Mazur, Birgit Sauer, Marila Guadagnini, Joyce Outshoorn, and  Joni Lovenduski. Women’s Movements and State Feminism (capstone book in-progress). 

Outshoorn, Joyce and Johanna Kantola, Eds. 2007. Changing State Feminism: Women's Policy Agencies Confront Shifting Institutional Terrain. Palgrave/MacMillan. [Ordering Information]

Outshoorn, Joyce, Ed. 2004. The Politics of Prostitution: Women’s Movements, Democratic States, and the Globalization of Sex Commerce.  Cambridge University Press.

Parry, Janine A., 2000. “Putting Feminism to a Vote: The Washington State Women’s Council (1963-1978),” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 91:171-182.

Parry, Janine A.. 2000. “What Women Wanted: The Arkansas Governors’ Commissions on the Status of Women and the ERA,” Arkansas Historical Quarterly 59:265-298.

Stetson, Dorothy McBride and Amy G. Mazur“Women's Movements and the State: Job Training Policy in France and the US.” Political Research Quarterly. 53 (3). 597-623. 2000.

Stetson, Dorothy McBride and Amy Mazur, Ed. 1995. Comparative State Feminism. Sage Publications.

Stetson, Dorothy McBride. Ed. 2001 Abortion Politics, Women’s Movements and the Democratic State: A Comparative Study of State Feminism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Stetson, McBride Dorothy and Amy G. Mazur “Operationalizing and Measuring Women’s Movements in Comparative Research”. APSA-CP. The Newsletter of the Organized Section of Comparative Politics. Vol. 14 (1) Winter. 2003 (11-14).

Teghtsoonian, Katherine. 2005. “Disparate Fates in Challenging Times: Women’s Policy Agencies and Neoliberalism in Aotearoa/New Zealand and British Columbia,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 38 No. 3, 1-27.

Teghtsoonian, Katherine.  2004. “Neoliberalism and Gender Analysis Mainstreaming in Aoteaora/New Zealand,” Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 39 No. 2, 267-84.

Teghtsoonian, Katherine. 2003. “W(h)ither Women’s Equality? Neoliberalism, Institutional Change and Public Policy in British Columbia,” Policy, Organisation and Society, Vol. 22 No. 1, 26-47.

Teghtsoonian, Katherine and Joan Grace. 2001. “‘Something More is Necessary’: The Mixed Achievements of Women’s Policy Agencies in Canada,” pp. 235-69 in Amy Mazur ed., Making Democracies Work: State Feminism, Women’s Movements and Job Training Policy. New York: Routledge.

Teghtsoonian, Katherine. 2000. “Gendering Policy Analysis in the Government of British Columbia: Strategies, Possibilities and Constraints,” Studies in Political Economy, No. 61 (Spring), 107-125.

 

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