Gender, Economy and Culture in the European Union.

By: Duncan, SimonContributor(s): Pfau-Effinger, BirgitMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandRoutledge Research in Gender and Society: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012Edition: 1Description: 1 online resource (299 p.)ISBN: 9780203186015Subject(s): Sex discrimination against women - European UnionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Gender, Economy and Culture in the European UnionDDC classification: 305.3094 LOC classification: HQ1237.5.E85 G45 2000ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Gender, Economy and Culture in the European Union; Copyright Page; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; List of contributors; Preface; Acknowledgement; 1. Introduction: theorising comparative gender inequality: Simon Duncan; 1.1 Issues: the spatiality of gender; 1.2 Theorising gender spatiality at the national level - from gendered welfare regimes to local gender cultures; 1.3 Theorising gender spatiality at the local level- from spatial divisions of labour to local gender cultures; 1.4 Afterword; Part I: Gender divisions of Iabour s- paid and unpaid work
2. Paid work: participation, inclusion and liberation: Gunnel Forsberg, Lena Ganäs and Diane Perrons2.1 Issues: mappingthe inequality - an explanatory approach; 2.2 Patterns: gender inequality in paid employment; 2.3 Explanations:gender regimes) cultures and contracts; 2.4 Afterword; 3. Households and families: Changing living arrangements and gender relations: Mariafose Gonzalez Lopez and Montserrat Solsona Pairo; 3.1 Issues: changinggender relations and living arrangements; 3.2 Patterns: new and old households across European states
3.3 Explanations: the role of women in inducing family change3.4 Afterword; 4. Reconciling divisions of labour: Eileen P. Drew; 4.1 Issues: patriarchy, paid workand the household; 4.2 Patterns: gendered divisions of labour in markets and households; 4.3 Explanations; 4.4 Afterword; Part II: Gender divisions of power - citizenship, rights and control; 5. Gender and European welfare states: context, structure and agency: Henrik Bang, Per H. Jensen and Birgit Pfau-Effinger; 5.1 Issues: the needto contextualise welfare state policies
5.2 Patterns: variations in the gender policies of welfare statesandproblems of interpretation5.3 Explanations: welfare state policies in the context of gender arrangements; 5.4 Afterword: from essentialism to anti-essentialism in gender analysis; 6. Gender, migration and social inequalities: the dilemmas of European citizenship: Marina Calloni and Helma Lutz; 6.1 Issues: gender, contracts and citizenship; 6.2 Patterns: migration in post-war Europe; 6.3 Explanations: feminised migration - the case of female domestic workers
6.4 Aftenoord: multiculturalism, globalisation and cosmopolitanism: towards a negotiated citizenship7. Male violence and control: constructing a comparative European perspective: Carol Hagemann-White; 7.1 Issues; 7.2 Patterns; 7.3 Explanations; 7.4 Afterword: heterosexuality, violence and culture; Part III: Gendered understandings - cultures and values; 8. Challenging and negotiating the myths: gender divisionsin the situation comedy: Liza Tsaliki; 8.1 Issues: differentiated gender cultures and the sitcom; 8.2 Patterns: the sitcom andgender representations
8.3 Explanations: gender cultures and sitcom representation
Summary: This study provides an analysis of comparative gender differences in the EU. It addresses a range of issues from employment and households to culture, sexuality, male violence, the state, migration and women''s movements.
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Front Cover; Gender, Economy and Culture in the European Union; Copyright Page; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; List of contributors; Preface; Acknowledgement; 1. Introduction: theorising comparative gender inequality: Simon Duncan; 1.1 Issues: the spatiality of gender; 1.2 Theorising gender spatiality at the national level - from gendered welfare regimes to local gender cultures; 1.3 Theorising gender spatiality at the local level- from spatial divisions of labour to local gender cultures; 1.4 Afterword; Part I: Gender divisions of Iabour s- paid and unpaid work

2. Paid work: participation, inclusion and liberation: Gunnel Forsberg, Lena Ganäs and Diane Perrons2.1 Issues: mappingthe inequality - an explanatory approach; 2.2 Patterns: gender inequality in paid employment; 2.3 Explanations:gender regimes) cultures and contracts; 2.4 Afterword; 3. Households and families: Changing living arrangements and gender relations: Mariafose Gonzalez Lopez and Montserrat Solsona Pairo; 3.1 Issues: changinggender relations and living arrangements; 3.2 Patterns: new and old households across European states

3.3 Explanations: the role of women in inducing family change3.4 Afterword; 4. Reconciling divisions of labour: Eileen P. Drew; 4.1 Issues: patriarchy, paid workand the household; 4.2 Patterns: gendered divisions of labour in markets and households; 4.3 Explanations; 4.4 Afterword; Part II: Gender divisions of power - citizenship, rights and control; 5. Gender and European welfare states: context, structure and agency: Henrik Bang, Per H. Jensen and Birgit Pfau-Effinger; 5.1 Issues: the needto contextualise welfare state policies

5.2 Patterns: variations in the gender policies of welfare statesandproblems of interpretation5.3 Explanations: welfare state policies in the context of gender arrangements; 5.4 Afterword: from essentialism to anti-essentialism in gender analysis; 6. Gender, migration and social inequalities: the dilemmas of European citizenship: Marina Calloni and Helma Lutz; 6.1 Issues: gender, contracts and citizenship; 6.2 Patterns: migration in post-war Europe; 6.3 Explanations: feminised migration - the case of female domestic workers

6.4 Aftenoord: multiculturalism, globalisation and cosmopolitanism: towards a negotiated citizenship7. Male violence and control: constructing a comparative European perspective: Carol Hagemann-White; 7.1 Issues; 7.2 Patterns; 7.3 Explanations; 7.4 Afterword: heterosexuality, violence and culture; Part III: Gendered understandings - cultures and values; 8. Challenging and negotiating the myths: gender divisionsin the situation comedy: Liza Tsaliki; 8.1 Issues: differentiated gender cultures and the sitcom; 8.2 Patterns: the sitcom andgender representations

8.3 Explanations: gender cultures and sitcom representation

This study provides an analysis of comparative gender differences in the EU. It addresses a range of issues from employment and households to culture, sexuality, male violence, the state, migration and women''s movements.

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