Gender Studies

Gender Studies

  1. Annesley, Claire & Gains, Francesca, “David Cameron’s “Problem” with Women: Representing Women in the Coalition Government”, The Political Quarterly, vol.83, no.4 (October/November 2012), pp..718-725
  2. Asmussen, Nicole, “Female and Minority Judicial Nominees: President’s Delight and Senators’ Dismay?”, Legislative Studies Quarterly, vol.36, no.4 (November 2011), pp.591-619
  3. Bawer, Gretchen, “Let There Be a Balance: Women in African Parliaments”, Political Studies Review, vol.10, no.3 (September 2012), pp.370-384
  4. Bonzendahl, Catherine & Coffe, Hilde, “Citizenship beyond Politics: The Importance of Political, Civil and Social Rights and Responsibilities among Women and Men”, The British Journal of Sociology, vol.60, no.4 (December 2009), pp.763-791
  5. Borrelli, Maryanne, “The Contemporary Presidency: Gender Disegregation and Gender Integration in the President’s Cabinet, 1933-2010”, Presidential Studies, vol.40, no.4 (December 2010), pp.734-749
  6. Celis, Karen & Childs, Sarah, “The Substantive Representation of Women: What to Do with Conservative Claims?”, Political Studies, vol.60, no.1 (March 2012), pp.213-225
  7. Choi, Stephen & Gulati, Mitu & Holman, Mirya & Posner, Eric A., “Judging Women”, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, vol.8, no.3 (September 2011), pp.504-532
  8. Craig, Sienna R., “Migration, Social Change, Health, and the Realm of the Possible: Women’s Stories between Nepal and New York”, Anthropology and Humanism, vol.36, no.2 (December 2011), pp.193-214
  9. Eason, Christina & Flinders, Matthew & Matthews, Felicity, “Are Public Bodies Still “Male, Pale and Stale”? Examining Diversity in UK Public Appointments 1997-2010″, Politics, vol.31, no.3 (October 2011), pp.129-139

10. Fluri, Jennifer L., “Bodies, Bombs and Barricades: Geographies of Conflict and Civilian (In)security”, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographies, vol.36, no.2 (April 2011), pp.280-296

11. Foroutan, Yanghoob, “Migration abd Gender Roles: The Typical Work Pattern of the MENA Women”, International Migration Review, vol.43, no.4 (Winter 2009), pp.974-992

12. Fox, Richard & Lawless, Jennifer L., “Gendered Perceptions and Political Candidacies: A Central Barrier to Women’s Equality in Electoral Politics”, American Journal of Political Science, vol.55, no.1 (January 2011), pp.59-73

13. Griffin, John D. & Newman, Brian & Wolbrecht, Christina, “A Gender Gap in Policy Representation in the US Congress?”, Legislative Studies Quarterly, vol.37, no.1 (February 2012), pp.35-36

14. Gurdian, Ana & Hinojosa, Magda & Vijil, Ana, “Alternate Paths to Power? Women Representation in Nicaragua”, Latin American Politics and Society, vol.54, no.4 (Winter 2012), pp.61-88

15. Jenkins, Kate, “Balancing Gender at the Top”, The Political Quarterly, vol.83, no.4 (October/December 2012), pp.726-729

16. Lucas, Jennifer, “Incumbent Responsiveness to Female Challenges”, Politics and Policy, vol.38, no.6 (December 2010), pp.113-1134

17. Murray, Rainbow, “French Lesson: What the United Kingdom Can Learn from the French Experiment with Gender Parity”, The Political Quarterly, vol.83, no.4 (October/December 2012), pp.734-741

18. Picq, Manuela Lavinas, “Between the Dock and a Hard Place: Hazards and Opportunities for Indigenous Women in Equador”, Latin American Politics and Society, vol.54, no.2 (Summer 2012), pp.1-33

19. Stirbu, Diana Silvia, “Female Representation beyond Westminster: Lessons from Scottland and Wales”, Political Insight, vol.2, no.3 (December 2011), pp.32-33

20. Suh, Doowon, “Institutionalizing Social Movements: The Dual Strategy of the Korean Women’s Movement”, The Sociological Quarterly, vol.52, no.3 (Summer 2011), pp.442-471


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