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From grassroots to institutions: Women's movements studies in Europe

Abstract : Drawing on an exploration of English -and French- speaking literature on women's movements in Europe over the last three decades, this chapter is organised into four sections: - The first maps out the founding studies on women's movements in Europe, which provided typologies based on country-specific case studies and cross-country comparisons. - The second section examines studies of women's movements' interplay with the state and policy-making. - The third section explores the body of literature addressing the relationship between women's moveme,ts and party/electoral politics. - Finally, the fourth section focuses on recent trends of research which address the impact of European Union integration on women's advocacy.
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Anne Revillard, Laure Bereni. From grassroots to institutions: Women's movements studies in Europe. Guya, Centro De Investigação E Estudos De Sociologia Accornero; Olivier Fillieule. Social movement studies in Europe, Berghahn Books, pp.156 - 172, 2016, 9781785330971. ⟨hal-03398498⟩



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