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Latino Mobilization in New Immigrant Destinations
We use the 2006 immigrant-rights protests as a point of departure to test whether political opportunity structures aligned to spur widespread immigrant mobilization in new immigrant destinations. TheExpand
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From Global to Grassroots: The European Union, Transnational Advocacy, and Combating Violence against Women
Table of Contents 1. Transnational Translations of Global Rhetoric into Local Realities 2. Patterns and Strategies of Global-Domestic Interactions 3. Mapping Advocacy in European Union MultilevelExpand
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The Othering of Domestic Violence: The EU and Cultural Framings of Violence against Women
Violence against women is a universal problem, affecting women at all levels of society; however, differently situated women have unique experiences with violence. Theoretically, this calls for theExpand
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International Initiative and Domestic Reforms: European Union Efforts to Combat Violence against Women
Since the 1990s, many countries have adopted policies aimed at combating violence against women; however, despite widespread policy adoption, actual reform has been uneven at best. In this article, IExpand
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Tracking the Latino Gender Gap: Gender Attitudes across Sex, Borders, and Generations
Many cultural stereotypes exist regarding the “modernity” of values possessed by Latino immigrants, particularly in reference to gender norms. Common perceptions about Latin machismo and marianismoExpand
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The European Union, Capacity Building, and Transnational Networks: Combating Violence Against Women Through the Daphne Program
One of the ways that international organizations promote policy agendas is through the use of management strategies, including initiatives that focus on domestic capacity building. As the EuropeanExpand
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Politics Close to Home: The Impact of Meso-Level Institutions on Women in Politics
Scholars recognize a worldwide increase in decentralization as well as the prevalence of multilevel governance in Europe. This article examines the advantages and disadvantages that meso-levelExpand
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Thirty years of judicial retention elections: an update
Abstract This article updates prior reports on the empirical patterns and trends in judicial retention elections. The 3,912 elections encompass both major trial court and appellate court elections inExpand
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Intersectional linked fate and political representation
Intersectional linked fate and political representation Sarah Allen Gershon, Celeste Montoya, Christina Bejarano and Nadia Brown d Political Science, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA;Expand
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From Seneca to Shelby: Intersectionality and Women's Voting Rights
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