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Read IPSR Editor's Choice: Gender and Political Institutions

The journal  International Political Science Review has published an Editor's Choice issue on Gender and Political Institutions   which is now available on Open Access [ click here] .  This brings together in one collection significant contributions on gendering political institutions.

It leads with the 2010 review essay  by FIIN 's Fiona Mackay, Meryl Kenny and Louise Chappell New Institutionalism Through a Gender Lens: Towards a Feminist Institutionalism? International Political Science Review/ Revue internationale de science pol 2010 31:573-588

The Editor's Choice issue also includes previously puboished articles by FIIN members Marian Sawer, Mona Lena Krook, Johanna Kantola and their collaborators (See full contents list below).

The Editor's foreword  highlights the influence of FIIN on the study of gender and political institutions:

" [The] Feminism and Institutionalism International Network (FIIN) based in Edinburgh has fostered a wealth of new scholarship seeking to identify the gender-specific effects of norms perpetuated within institutions. Even new institutions, designed to be more gender-inclusive, may be overwhelmed by the dynamics of older institutional cultures within which they are nested or by new philosophies of governance."

 

IPSR Editor's Collection 2014 : Gender and Political Institutions

Fiona Mackay, Meryl Kenny, and Louise Chappell

New Institutionalism Through a Gender Lens: Towards a Feminist Institutionalism?

International Political Science Review/ Revue internationale de science pol 2010 31:573-588.

Tahnya Barnett Donaghy

Applications of Gender Mainstreaming in Australia and Northern Ireland

International Political Science Review/ Revue internationale de science pol 2004 25:393-410.

Katherine Teghtsoonian and Louise Chappell

The Rise and Decline of Women's Policy Machinery in British Columbia and New South Wales: A Cautionary Tale

International Political Science Review/ Revue internationale de science pol 2008 29:29-51.

Marian Sawer

What makes the substantive representation of women possible in a Westminster parliament? The story of RU486 in Australia

International Political Science Review/ Revue internationale de science pol 2012 33:321-335.

Johanna Kaantola and Judith Squires

From state feminism to market feminism?

International Political Science Review/ Revue internationale de science pol 2012 33:382-400.

Farida Jalalzai and Mona Lena Krook

Beyond Hillary and Benazir: Women's Political Leadership Worldwide

International Political Science Review/ Revue internationale de science pol 2010 31:5-21.

 
 

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