Transforming Gendered Well-being in Europe: The Impact of Social Movements
Alison E. Woodward, Jean-Michel Bonvin, Mercè Renom
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 - Political Science - 281 pages
Social movements can improve the well-being of men and women but are frequently analyzed through a gender-neutral lens. This book examines the impact of social movements on political and material well-being, self-definition, and the capabilities to be gendered political actors in transnational political spaces.
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