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Gender Equality : Dimensions of Women''s Equal Citizenship

By: McClain, Linda C.
Contributor(s): Grossman, Joanna L.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009Description: 1 online resource (470 p.).ISBN: 9780511595349.Subject(s): Feminist jurisprudence | Women --Legal status, laws, etc. --United States | Women''s rightsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Gender Equality : Dimensions of Women''s Equal CitizenshipDDC classification: 341.4858 | 342.7308/78 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Acknowledgments; Gender Equality; Introduction; The Persistence of Gender Inequality; The Citizenship Framework; Dimensions of Citizenship; PART I Constitutional Citizenship and Gender; 1 Gender at the Margins of Contemporary Constitutional Citizenship; 2 Becoming a Citizen: Marriage, Immigration, and Assimilation; 3 Womens Civic Inclusion and the Bill of Rights; 4 Must Feminists Identify as Secular Citizens? Lessons From Ontario; 5 Feminist Fundamentalism and Constitutional Citizenship; PART II Political Citizenship and Gender
6 Women and Antiwar Protest: Rearticulating Gender and Citizenship7 Stem Cells, Disability, and Abortion: A Feminist Approach to Equal Citizenship; 8 Representation, Discrimination, and Democracy: A Legal Assessment of Gender Quotas in Politics; 9 Citizenship and Women's Election to Political Office: The Power of Gendered Public Policies; PART III Social Citizenship and Gender; 10 Pregnancy and Social Citizenship; 11 Equality: Still Illusive After All These Years; 12 Razing the Citizen: Economic Inequality, Gender, and Marriage Tax Reform; PART IV Sexual And Reproductive Citizenship
13 Sexual Citizens: Freedom, Vibrators, and Belonging14 Feminism, Queer Theory, and Sexual Citizenship; 15 Infertility, Social Justice, and Equal Citizenship; 16 Reproductive Rights and the Reproduction of Gender; PART V Global Citizenship And Gender; 17 Women's Unequal Citizenship at the Border: Lessons From Three Nonfiction Films About the Women of Juárez; 18 Domestic Violence, Citizenship, and Equality; 19 On the Path to Equal Citizenship and Gender Equality: Political, Judicial, and Legal Empowerment of Muslim Women; 20 Gender and Human Rights: Between Morals and Politics
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Summary: Examines the persisting inequality between formal commitments to gender equality and equal citizenship.
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Acknowledgments; Gender Equality; Introduction; The Persistence of Gender Inequality; The Citizenship Framework; Dimensions of Citizenship; PART I Constitutional Citizenship and Gender; 1 Gender at the Margins of Contemporary Constitutional Citizenship; 2 Becoming a Citizen: Marriage, Immigration, and Assimilation; 3 Womens Civic Inclusion and the Bill of Rights; 4 Must Feminists Identify as Secular Citizens? Lessons From Ontario; 5 Feminist Fundamentalism and Constitutional Citizenship; PART II Political Citizenship and Gender

6 Women and Antiwar Protest: Rearticulating Gender and Citizenship7 Stem Cells, Disability, and Abortion: A Feminist Approach to Equal Citizenship; 8 Representation, Discrimination, and Democracy: A Legal Assessment of Gender Quotas in Politics; 9 Citizenship and Women's Election to Political Office: The Power of Gendered Public Policies; PART III Social Citizenship and Gender; 10 Pregnancy and Social Citizenship; 11 Equality: Still Illusive After All These Years; 12 Razing the Citizen: Economic Inequality, Gender, and Marriage Tax Reform; PART IV Sexual And Reproductive Citizenship

13 Sexual Citizens: Freedom, Vibrators, and Belonging14 Feminism, Queer Theory, and Sexual Citizenship; 15 Infertility, Social Justice, and Equal Citizenship; 16 Reproductive Rights and the Reproduction of Gender; PART V Global Citizenship And Gender; 17 Women's Unequal Citizenship at the Border: Lessons From Three Nonfiction Films About the Women of Juárez; 18 Domestic Violence, Citizenship, and Equality; 19 On the Path to Equal Citizenship and Gender Equality: Political, Judicial, and Legal Empowerment of Muslim Women; 20 Gender and Human Rights: Between Morals and Politics

Suggested ReadingsIndex

Examines the persisting inequality between formal commitments to gender equality and equal citizenship.

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