The Private Roots of Public Action: Gender, Equality, and Political Participation

@inproceedings{Burns2001ThePR,
  title={The Private Roots of Public Action: Gender, Equality, and Political Participation},
  author={Nancy Burns and Kay Lehman Schlozman and Sidney Verba},
  year={2001}
}
Acknowledgments 1. Introduction: Citizenship and Unequal Participation 2. Studying Gender and Participation: A Brief Discourse on Method 3. Civic Activity: Political and Non-Political 4. The Political Worlds of Men and Women 5. The Legacy of Home and School 6. Domestic Tranquility: The Beliefs of Wives and Husbands 7. Domestic Hierarchy: The Household as a Social System 8. The Workplace Roots of Political Activity 9. The Realm of Voluntarism: Non-Political Associations and Religious… 
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