3 edition of Gender inequalities in southern Europe found in the catalog.
Gender inequalities in southern Europe
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, María José González, Teresa Jurado, Manuela Naldini.|
|Contributions||González López, María José., Jurado, Teresa., Naldini, Manuela.|
|LC Classifications||HD6134 .G465 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|ISBN 10||0714650285, 0714680842|
|LC Control Number||99042594|
Gender Inequalities, Households and the Production of Well-Being in Modern Europe. by Tindara Addabbo,Marie-Pierre Arrizabalaga,Alastair Owens. Gender and Well-Being. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it Brand: Taylor And Francis. Gender inequality refers to unequal treatment or perceptions of individuals based on their gender. It arises from differences in socially constructed gender roles.  Gender systems are often dichotomous and hierarchical; gender binary systems may reflect the inequalities that manifest in numerous dimensions of daily life.
Gender inequality Introduction Gender is a primary marker of social and economic stratification and, as a result, of exclusion. Regardless of one’s socioeconomic class, there are systematic gender differences in material well-being, although the degree. Unfortunately, the gender-equality strategy as presented is a missed opportunity to address these systemic challenges: it fails to overcome the technocratic and market-centred approach to gender equality, to redress the inequalities within the EU or to address the care crisis and the atrocious working conditions which undermine true equality.
Gender Inequalities, Households and the Production of Well-Being in Modern Europe By researchers and policy makers eager to address gender inequalities and enhance well-being. This book is the second of four volumes being published as part of Ashgate's 'Gender and Well-Being' series that arise from a programme of international symposia. Southern Europe About. The V-Dem Regional Center for Southern Europe was founded in March It aims to develop research on the causes and consequences of democratization in Southern Europe, which includes the countries of Andorra, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain, and Cyprus.
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Gender Inequalities in Southern Europe: Woman, Work and Welfare in the s (Southern European Society and Politics) - Kindle edition by Gonzalez, Maria Jose, Jurado, Teresa, Naldini, Manuela.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Gender Inequalities in Southern Europe: Woman, Work and Price: $ Introduction: Interpreting the Transformation of Gender Inequalities in Southern Europe This chapter examines the gender relations upheld by the Italian welfare state, and argues that recent reforms in the area of cash transfers reinforced the male breadwinner-female housekeeper by: Read "Gender Inequalities in Southern Europe Woman, Work and Welfare in the s" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
Presenting studies of the situation on gender inequalities and associated pattern of work and welfare in all southern Eu Brand: Taylor And Francis. Gender Inequalities in Southern Europe: Woman, Work and Welfare in the s (Southern European Society and Politics) [Maria Jose Gonzalez, Teresa Jurado, Manuela Naldini] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Presenting studies of the situation on gender inequalities and associated pattern of work and welfare in all southern European countries. In Southern Europe and East Asia, rates are now below In Japan, for example, entrenched attitudes about women in the workforce and as mothers are likely contributing to the low birth rate.
The cultural emphasis on being the ideal mother, along with a corporate culture that demands long work hours, makes motherhood very difficult for women. Get this from a library. Gender inequalities in southern Europe: women, work, and welfare in the s. [María José González López; Teresa Jurado; Manuela Naldini;] -- "South European states have often been neglected in comparative research, and generalizations about the nature of gender inequalities have been made about the region on the basis of only single.
Series Aim The aim of the book series on Southern European Societies is to conduct research in social dynamics, social problems, institutions and governance in the South of Europe. The books are intended to be authoritative projects addressing major social issues, not only in academic terms, but also to inform public policies at both a European.
Get this from a library. Gender Inequalities in Southern Europe: Woman, Work and Welfare in the s. [Maria Jose Gonzalez; Teresa Jurado; Manuela Naldini] -- Presenting studies of the situation on gender inequalities and associated pattern of work and welfare in all southern European countries, this work focuses on the interaction of the three major.
Few studies have addressed the effect of gender policies on women's health and gender inequalities in health. This study aims to analyse the relationship between the orientation of public gender equality policies and gender inequalities in health in European countries, and whether this relationship is mediated by gender equality at country level or by other individual social determinants of Cited by: Gender Stereotypes influenced greatly by gender expectations, different expectations on gender influence how people determine their roles, appearance, behaviors, etc.
When expectations of gender roles deeply rooted in people's mind, people' values and ideas started to be influenced and leading to situation of stereotypes, which actualize their. Your next book has a more global perspective of the issue – International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy.
Yes, what is really compelling about this book is its sheer breadth – one hundred plus articles bringing together voices from both Northern and Southern analysts, feminists and non-feminists, who are looking at a whole range of different aspects.
Part of the Gender and Politics Series book series (GAP) Abstract The EU and the member states have progressively developed a legal and institutional framework for dealing with inequality, and in the past decade they have intensified their political treatment of multiple inequalities (Van Cited by: 1.
Gender inequalities in self-perceived health were higher in countries with family policies that were less oriented to gender equality, especially those in Southern Europe. This was partially explained by gender inequalities in the individual social determinants of health included in this study but not by the country-level gender equality Cited by: However, gender inequalities in Europe remain a reality.
Thus, on average, there is a % pay gap between men and women in the EU. We should also highlight the fact that in national parliaments, less than one in four MPs is aFile Size: 3MB. Gender pay gap is a further indicator of gender equality. In many sectors, figures on average salaries are higher for men.
This disparity has generally been decreasing over the past years. impact on gender equality seems to b e the highest w ithin Europe. In co ntrast, i n the liberal model, the state does not rate high in the provision of either care services or jo b-protected.
Abstract. This chapter explores the institutionalization of intersectionality in a selection of South European countries (SEC): Italy, Spain, and Portugal. 1 It argues that, although a multiple inequalities agenda is beginning to blossom under the impetus of the EU anti-discrimination policy, this does not mean that truly integrated approaches have been implemented so by: 2.
Gender inequality persists in Europe DISCLAIMER: All opinions in this column reflect the views of the author(s), not of Ltd. (updated: ). Abstract.
This article analyses political approaches to inequalities in three south European countries: Italy, Portugal, and Spain. Analysis is based on Crenshaw's () concept of political intersectionality, McCall's (, ) broader structures of inequality and “configuration of inequality,” and scholarly works on the institutionalization of multiple inequalities (Hancock Cited by: Claudia Goldin is an economic historian and labor economist who studies current issues through the lens of the past.
Her book Understanding the Gender Gap: An Economic History of American Women remains a classic in the field. Her most recent book, The Race between Education and Technology (with Larry Katz), concerns economic inequality.
In the past several years her work has focused on college. in fictional portrayals of southern life from Absalom, Absalom to Steel Magnolias.
By contrast, historians showed little interest in these topics until recently, and good work was especially wanting for the colonial era. Julia Cherry Spruill's landmark book, Women*s Life and Work in the Southern Colonies, and Edmund S.
Morgan's brief Virginians at.“In the nineteenth century, the central moral challenge was slavery. In the twentieth century, it was the battle against totalitarianism. We believe that in this century the paramount moral challenge will be the struggle for gender equality around the world.”.It also explores the shifts in gender relationships and inequalities, and tries to depict the interdependencies between these two processes.
The contributors to this volume tackle the following main questions: how far are welfare states and gender regimes in these countries comparable with the types found in Western and Southern Europe?