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Gender Equality: Dimensions of Women's Equal Citizenship

ISBN13: 9780521766470
Published: May 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £93.00
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9780521747349

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Citizenship is the common language for expressing aspirations to democratic and egalitarian ideals of inclusion, participation, and civic membership. However, there continues to be a significant gap between formal commitments to gender equality and equal citizenship – in the laws and constitutions of many countries, as well as in international human rights documents – and the reality of women's lives. This volume presents a collection of original works that examine this persisting inequality through the lens of citizenship. Distinguished scholars in law, political science, and women's studies investigate the many dimensions of women's equal citizenship, including constitutional citizenship, democratic citizenship, social citizenship, sexual and reproductive citizenship, and global citizenship. Gender Equality takes stock of the progress toward – and remaining impediments to – securing equal citizenship for women, develops strategies for pursuing that goal, and identifies new questions that will shape further inquiries.

Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Introduction Linda McClain and Joanna L. Grossman
Part I. Constitutional Citizenship and Gender
1. Gender at the margins of contemporary constitutional citizenship Rogers Smith
2. Becoming a citizen: marriage, immigration, and assimilation Kerry Abrams
3. Women's civic inclusion and the bill of rights Gretchen Ritter
4. Must feminists identify as secular citizens? Lessons from Ontario Beverley Baines
5. Feminist fundamentalism and constitutional citizenship Mary Anne Case
Part II. Political Citizenship and Gender: 6. Women and antiwar protest: rearticulating gender and citizenship Kathryn Abrams
7. Stem cells, disability, and abortion: a feminist approach to equal citizenship Nancy Hirschmann
8. Representation, discrimination, and democracy: a legal assessment of gender quotas in politics Anne Peters and Stefan Suters
9. Citizenship and women's election to political office: the power of gendered public policies Eileen McDonagh
Part III. Social Citizenship and Gender
10. Pregnancy and social citizenship Joanna L. Grossman
11. Equality: still illusive after all these years Martha Albertson Fineman
12. Razing the citizen: economic inequality, gender, and marriage tax reform Martha T. McCluskey
Part IV. Sexual and Reproductive Citizenship
13. Sexual citizens: freedom, vibrators, and belonging Brenda Cossman
14. Feminism, queer theory, and sexual citizenship Maxine Eichner
15. Infertility, social justice, and equal citizenship Mary Lyndon Shanley
16. Reproductive rights and the reproduction of gender Barbara Stark
Part V. Global Citizenship and Gender
17. Women's unequal citizenship at the border Regina Austin
18. Domestic violence, citizenship and equality Elizabeth Schneider
19. Reproductive rights and the reproduction of gender Barbara Stark
20. On the path to equal citizenship and gender equality Anisseh Van Engeland-Nourai
21. Gender and human rights Deborah Weissman.