Contesting Politics: Women in Ireland, North and South

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6.1 Perceptions of/self-perceptions vis-à-vis feminism97
6.2 Perceptions of women's groups and networks as being political99
6.3 Percentage of respondents who felt that their network should be involved in campaigning on a range of issues99
6.4 Perceptions of the sexual division of labour and opportunities102
8.1 Women candidates and TDs at elections, 1969-1997132
8.2 1997 Republic of Ireland general election132
8.3 Northern Ireland district council elections, 1997136
8.4 Republic of Ireland local elections, 1991137
8.5 Explanations for women's underrepresentation141
9.1 Women's representation on national executives of the main political parties, Republic of Ireland, 1983-1997156
9.2 Women constituency officeholders by party, Republic of Ireland, 1997156
14.1 Stated first-preference votes, Republic of Ireland, 1983-1995242
14.2 Stated party preference, Northern Ireland, 1989-1995248
142.3 On whether divorce should be permitted in the Republic of Ireland251
14.4 On whether the ban on divorce in the constitution of the Republic of Ireland should be removed252
14.5 On whether divorce should be easier to obtain in Northern Ireland253
14.6 On the availability of abortion in the Republic of Ireland254
14.7 On the constitutional ban on abortion in the Republic of Ireland255
14.8 On the issue of the right to travel from the Republic of Ireland for an abortion256
14.9 On the issue of the right to information on abortion in the Republic of Ireland256

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