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Measuring Resemblance in Sequence Data: An Optimal Matching Analysis of Musicians' Careers
This article introduces a method that measures resemblance between sequences using a simple metric based on the insertions, deletions, and substitutions required to transform one sequence into
Foundation Feminism and the Articulation of Hybrid Feminisms in Post-Socialist Ukraine
Drawing on research conducted in Ukraine and Washington, D.C., the author illustrates how U.S. programs to develop nongovernmental organizations in the former Soviet Union have led to the creation in
The “Orange Princess” Runs for President
A gender analytic perspective is used to explore the outcomes of the 2010 Ukrainian presidential elections. Gender differences within the Tymoshenko and Yanukovych electorates are assessed at the
Coping with Chaos: Gender and Politics in a Fragmented State
The Kuchma regime used a divide-and-conquer approach to groups and individuals demanding gender equality.
Gender and the Orange Revolution
A gendered perspective on politics is used for explaining why Ukraine's Orange Revolution has so far not led to a dramatic increase in the political influence of civic associations or to a broader
From Global to Local Feminisms: Transnationalism, Foreign Aid and the Women's Movement in Ukraine
Three main claims have generally been made regarding the beneficial impact of increased global integration on local women's movements. First, increased global integration is said to create
Orange Harvest?: Women's Activism and Civil Society in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia since 2004
Rising authoritarianism throughout post-Soviet countries has met with responses ranging from small-scale revolts to “electoral revolutions.” This article analyzes women's activism to explore the
In this essay I examine a puzzling feature of Ukraine's Orange Revolution: why women's organizations played a limited role in this event, even though women as activists and protesters were crucial to