Magazine article Resources for Gender and Women's Studies: A Feminist Review

IDS Bulletin

Magazine article Resources for Gender and Women's Studies: A Feminist Review

IDS Bulletin

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IDS BULLETIN v. 41, no. 5 (September 2010): "Quotas: Add Women and Stir?" Eds.: Mariz Tadros & Ana Alice Alcantara Costa. Also, v. 42, no. 1 (January 2011); "Religion, Rights and Gender at the Crossroads." Issue ed.: MarizTadros. Publisher: Institute of Development Studies, Library Road, Brighton, BN1 9RE, UK. ISSN: 1759-5436 (online). Table of contents and abstracts accessible for free via IDS website: http://www.ids.ac.uk/go/idspublication/quotas-add-women-and-stir; print issue for sale ([pounds sterling]14.95); full text available to licensed users via Wiley Online Library.

Partial contents of "Quotas: Add Women and Stir?": "Implementing Affirmative Action: Global Trends," by Julie Ballington; "The Limits of Women's Quotas in Brazil," by Clara Araujo; "Does the Political Participation of Women Matter? Democratic Representation, Affirmative Action and Quotas in Costa Rica," by Montserrat Sagot; "A Silver Lining: Women in Reserved Seats in Local Government in Bangladesh," by Sohela Nazneen & Sakiba Tasneem; "Towards a Politics of Collective Empowerment: Learning from Mill Women in Rural Uttarakhand, India," by Divya Sharma & Ratna M. Sudarshan; "Women in Local Government: The Pakistan Experience," by Saba Gul Khattak; "Forging Ahead without an Affirmative Action Policy: Female Politicians in Sierra Leone's Post-War Electoral Process," by Hussaina J. Abdullah; "The Will to Political Power: Rwandan Women in Leadership," by Juliana Kantengwa; "Palestinian Women Contesting Power in Chaos," by Islah Jad; "Quotas: A Highway to Power in Egypt . …

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