5 edition of Women and Politics in Canada found in the catalog.
March 19, 1996
by Broadview Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||360|
Most Canadians are aware that women are greatly underrepresented in politics all over the world and in our own country. Only about 20% of our members of parliament at all levels of government in Canada are women. We are all aware that this is something that needs to change and many organizations work everyday towards. This year’s top political mavericks from around the globe.
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Pearls, Politics and Power: How Women Can Win and Lead, and some of the worst sexism in politics yet. Traister's book analyzes the election through a feminist lens, focusing on female Author: Robin Marty. The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), which researches and collects data on women in parliaments, expressed its support for the UN initiatives to ensure women's equal participation in politics.
The IPU survey on elections held in showed the proportion of women. Sylvia Bashevkin, a political scientist from the University of Toronto, looked at the negative effects of underrepresentation for women in her book Women, Power, Politics: The Hidden Story of.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brodie, M. Janine. Women and politics in Canada. Toronto ; New York: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, © (OCoLC) Women in Politics. 1 - 20 of results. Grid View Grid. List View List. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book. Quickview. Good and Mad: The by Rebecca Traister.
Paperback $ $ Current price is $, Original NOOK Book $ $ Current price is $ This collection of essays focuses on the experiences of women as poliutical activists in twentieth-century Canada, both in the mainstream of party politics and in groups outside the mainstream.
The latter include women in the socialist and labour movements, the farm and peace movements, and women active in variouss ethnic : Paperback. Introduction --The study of politics and the study of women --Sexual politics and feminist responses --Women in the Canadian economy --Women in the Canadian family --Women and the Law in Canada --Women, mass media and popular culture in Canada --Women's participation in politics --Women in Canadian legislatures, executives and judiciaries.
In her book Women, Power, Politics: The Hidden Story of Canada's Unfinished Democracy, she explains that female politicians are far less likely to receive media coverage than their male counterparts.
Moreover, in the cases where women manage to attract coverage, the media often tends to "[focus] on personal style and private life matters. Published inthe book draws on Kunin's political experiences as governor and U.S. ambassador to discuss the need for new leadership in American politics, and how she believes women are capable of stepping up to take up that challenge.
The mother of four was first inspired by the s women's movement to become politically active. All journal articles featured in Journal of Women, Politics & Policy vol 41 issue 1. She is the editor of Opening Doors Wider: Women’s Political Engagement in Canada () and the author of Tales of Two Cities: Women and Municipal Restructuring in London and Toronto ().
Her latest book is Women as Foreign Policy Leaders: National Security and Gender Politics in Superpower America (). Bashevkin’s distinctions.
The essays in this book offer further suggestions in this area, while charting a steady increase in activity by women in all political spheres as feminism politicises issues previously restricted to private or male-dominated spheres and women become increasingly concerned to participate in the political process.
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This includes, but is certainly not limited to, the local women celebrated by their friends and colleagues in communities across Ontario and brought to the author™s attention while writing the book. Women In Politics.
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Janis Irwin Feminist. updated statistical data and the latest directions in public policy. Highlighting women's politics and policy advocacy in Canada, this comprehensive volume serves students of political science and women's studies as well as those studying sociology, history, law, and social work.
How does women's political citizenship in Canada compare to that in other countries. A timely book on the unfinished work of representative democracy, Questions about Women and Politics takes a comprehensive yet concise approach to demystifying the major issues dominating the study of gender and government.
Women, Gender, and Politics brings together both classic and recent readings on central topics in the study of gender and politics, and places an emphasis on comparing developed and developing countries.
Genuinely international in its focus, the book is divided into six sections to reflect the range of research in the subfield: (1) women and social movements, (2) women and political parties. "Women are the most under-represented social group in the elected assemblies of the worl.
Women everywhere constitute m ore than one-half of the population and rarely, are more than a handful of the political elite." The studies in this volume examine women’s involvement in political parties both past and present. Empirical studies identify the roles Canadian women play in. But politics remained “brutal and grindingly difficult for women.” Her writings included the book “In the Running: The New Woman Candidate” (), in which she explored the prejudices and.Women will get empowerment i n politics only if women getr eservation in politics.
Social bar riers can also be overcome when the roots of women are raised and activated in politics.Latest news, headlines, analysis, photos and videos on Canada.