Doing Gender - Doing the Balkans. Dynamics and Persistence of Gender Relations in Yugoslavia and the Yugoslav successor States

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1. Setting the Agenda: Politics and Society Marina Blagojeviü Hughson: Undoing Gender, Undoing the Balkans: Towards Ethnic and Gender Reconciliation - Marina Katniü-Bakaršiü: Gender Relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina between Theory and Practice - Andrea Spehar: European Union and Western Balkans: What Prospect for Gender Equality? - Mario Vinkoviü: Prostitution as a Profession – Searching for Answers between the Headlines - Petra Bläss-Rafajlovski: Gendering Politics. The Impact of Women Politicians and NGOs in the Western Balkans - 2. Constructions of Gender in Language and the Media Zorica Mrševiü: Women experts – Public Disbelief in Women Professionals in Serbia -
Delina Binaj
Gender and Language in Albania - Ljiljana Markoviü Language and Gender in Tertiary-Level Education - Renata Šribar: “Performing – Women” and the Socio-Political Regime: Addressing in Socialist Slovenia Compared to Today - Zrinjka Glovacki-Bernardi: Job Advertisements in Croatian Newspapers – Gender Perspective - Roswitha Kersten-Pejaniü: Creating Public Concern about a Woman’s Ability to Govern the Country: The Case of Jadranka Kosor and the Media - 3. History and Anthropology Rada Drezgiü: Reproduction, Nation, and Masculinity: Serbia in the 1990s - Dean Vuletic: Law, Politics and Homosexuality in Croatia, 1941–1952 - Natalja Herbst: Women in Socialist Yugoslavia in the 1950s. The Example of Rajka Borojeviü and the Dragaþevo Women’s Cooperative - Nataša Miškoviü: Jovanka and Josip Broz Tito: Gender and Power at the Top of Communist Yugoslavia
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Doing Gender - Doing the Balkans. Dynamics and Persistence of Gender Relations in Yugoslavia and the Yugoslav successor States

Dynamics and Persistence of Gender Relations in Yugoslavia and the Yugoslav successor states.

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40,95 €

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.01.2012

Herausgeber

Roswitha Kersten-Pejanic + weitere

Verlag

Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften

Seitenzahl

244

Beschreibung

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.01.2012

Herausgeber

Verlag

Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften

Seitenzahl

244

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1,3/14,8/21 cm

Gewicht

323 g

Auflage

1. Auflage

Sprache

Deutsch, Englisch

ISBN

978-3-86688-326-0

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  • Doing Gender - Doing the Balkans. Dynamics and Persistence of Gender Relations in Yugoslavia and the Yugoslav successor States

  • 1. Setting the Agenda: Politics and Society Marina Blagojeviü Hughson: Undoing Gender, Undoing the Balkans: Towards Ethnic and Gender Reconciliation - Marina Katniü-Bakaršiü: Gender Relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina between Theory and Practice - Andrea Spehar: European Union and Western Balkans: What Prospect for Gender Equality? - Mario Vinkoviü: Prostitution as a Profession – Searching for Answers between the Headlines - Petra Bläss-Rafajlovski: Gendering Politics. The Impact of Women Politicians and NGOs in the Western Balkans - 2. Constructions of Gender in Language and the Media Zorica Mrševiü: Women experts – Public Disbelief in Women Professionals in Serbia -
    Delina Binaj
    Gender and Language in Albania - Ljiljana Markoviü Language and Gender in Tertiary-Level Education - Renata Šribar: “Performing – Women” and the Socio-Political Regime: Addressing in Socialist Slovenia Compared to Today - Zrinjka Glovacki-Bernardi: Job Advertisements in Croatian Newspapers – Gender Perspective - Roswitha Kersten-Pejaniü: Creating Public Concern about a Woman’s Ability to Govern the Country: The Case of Jadranka Kosor and the Media - 3. History and Anthropology Rada Drezgiü: Reproduction, Nation, and Masculinity: Serbia in the 1990s - Dean Vuletic: Law, Politics and Homosexuality in Croatia, 1941–1952 - Natalja Herbst: Women in Socialist Yugoslavia in the 1950s. The Example of Rajka Borojeviü and the Dragaþevo Women’s Cooperative - Nataša Miškoviü: Jovanka and Josip Broz Tito: Gender and Power at the Top of Communist Yugoslavia