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Engendering Transitions: Women's Mobilization, Institutions and Gender Outcomes
PART ONE: ANALYSING GENDER AND TRANSITIONS 1. Gender and Politics 2. The Democratization Literature 3. Framework PART TWO: WOMEN'S ORGANIZING 4. Democratization, Civil Society and Social Movements 5.Expand
Informal Institutions, Institutional Change, and Gender Equality
This paper makes two claims: insights from gender research improve understandings of informal institutions and institutional change, and studying informal institutions helps scholars understand theExpand
Women and Democratization Conceptualizing Gender Relations in Transition Politics
This article examines the impact of gender relations on democratization. It considers a number of key questions: what role do women's movements play in the transition to democratic rule and whatExpand
New Institutionalism has shown that the ‘rules of the game’ are crucial to structuring political life in terms of constraining and enabling political actors and influencing political outcomes. AExpand
What Can Historical Institutionalism Offer Feminist Institutionalists?
  • G. Waylen
  • Sociology
  • Politics & Gender
  • 1 June 2009
In this essay I lay out how historical institutionalism (HI) could serve as an important tool for feminist political scientists, highlighting the potentially distinctive contribution and advantagesExpand
Gender In Third World Politics
Analyzing gender in the politics of the Third World the Third World and development colonialism revolution and national liberation struggles authoritarianism democratization.
Gender and Transitions: What do we Know?
Competitive electoral politics is now being conducted in a record number of countries. In response to the varied processes of transition, the study of democratization has now dominated comparativeExpand
Women's Mobilization and Gender Outcomes in Transitions to Democracy
This article explores the conditions under which women's mobilizations during transitions to democracy can achieve some of their aims. It broadens the comparative analysis of gender and transitionsExpand