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The Women's movements of the United States and Western Europe : consciousness, political opportunity, and public policy

Author: Mary Fainsod Katzenstein; Carol McClurg Mueller
Publisher: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1987.
Series: Women in the political economy.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Fainsod Katzenstein; Carol McClurg Mueller
ISBN: 0877224633 9780877224631 1566390125 9781566390125
OCLC Number: 15084424
Description: vii, 321 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction. Comparing the feminist movements of the United States and Western Europe : An overview / Mary Fainsod Katzenstein --
Part I. Changing consciousness --
The diffusion of consciousness in the United States and Western Europe / Ethel Klein --
How women become involved in the women's movement of the Netherlands / Martien Briet, Bert Klandermans, Frederike Kroon --
Changing discourse, changing agendas : Political rights and reproductive policies in France / Jane Jenson --
Collective consciousness, identitiy transformation, and the rise of women in public office in the United States / Carol McClurg Mueller --
Part II. Political parties and the structure of opportunity --
Women's struggle in a workers' city : Feminist movements in Turin / Judith Adler Hellman --
Feminism and the model of militancy in an Italian Communist Federation : Challenges to the old style of politics / Stephen Hellman --
Response to feminism in the Italian Parliament : Divorce, abortion, and sexual violence legislation / Karen Beckwith --
Equality and autonomy : Feminist politics in the United States and West Germany / Myra Marx Ferree --
Strategy and tactics of the women's movement in the United States : The role of political parties / Anne N. Costain, W. Douglas Costain --
Whom you know versus whom you represent : Feminist influence in the Democratic and Republican parties / Jo Freeman --
Part III. The state and feminist policy outcomes --
Workers' movements and women's interests : The impact of labor-state relations in Britain and Sweden / Mary Ruggie --
Social movement "success" : A comparative analysis of feminism in the United States and the United Kingdom / Joyce Gelb --
Women made a difference : Comparable worth in San Jose / Janet A. Flammang.
Series Title: Women in the political economy.
Responsibility: edited by Mary Fainsod Katzenstein and Carol McClurg Mueller.
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