Women as Agents: Does Gender Matter in the EUROSPHERE interview data?

Jaroslav Košťál, Helene Pristed Nielsen

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    Abstract

    This part of the project report contain an overview of some quantitative characteristics of the Eurosphere interview data, with a specific view to addressing the two broad research areas ‘where are the women?’ and ‘gendering as a process'. We consider two aspects of whether gender matters for the
    overall research questions of the project: I) women´s position/presence within the
    organizations, and II) gender differences in attitudes towards key questions in the interview guide.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe Role of Gender Groups and the Impact of Gender Concerns on the Articulation of The European Public Sphere
    EditorsB. Siim, M. Mokre, L. Rolandsen Agustín , H. Pristed Nielsen, A. Alvarez, R. Sata, A. Lozano
    Number of pages23
    Place of PublicationBergen
    PublisherEUROSPHERE, 2011
    Publication date2011
    Pages66-88
    ChapterPart 5
    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    SeriesEurosphere Working Paper Series
    NumberReport 7

    Keywords

    • Gender
    • women and the public sphere
    • Gender and the EU

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