Gender and Identity in Central and Eastern Europe
Taylor & Francis US, 1999 - Social Science - 142 pages
This collection highlights changes in Central and Eastern Europe since 1989 from the perspectives of gender and identity. Resistance to the negative consequences of certain changes demonstrate that women's activities have played a large part in democratic developments in various countries.
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