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POL3126 Lecture 2: 2015-01-26 - Women & Institutional Politics.docx

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POL3126
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Tamara Kotar

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2015-01-26
Women & Institutional Politics
“The primacy of women’s gendered experiences, women’s issues and women’s leadership and
decision making. The relationship of women to these movements is direct and immediate:
movement definition, issues articulation and issue resolution are specific to women, developed
and organized by them with reference to their gender identity.”
-Karen Beckwith, 2000
Foreign aid – giving them something so they can help themselves
Food, security, and gender
Different culture – no welfare system for the elderly – the expectation that your children
will take care of you because you invested in them
What the rich owe to the global poor
Dead Aid (thesis that aid can make things worse) - Moya
Aborting due to the sex of the fetus – treating the “issue” and not the cause (gender
stereotypes)
Reproductive health – a controversial issue linked to gender identity, but ultimately it’s
everyone’s issue
Why do Women join movements?
Explained by the waves of feminism:
oaccess to education and healthcare
othe right to participate in politics
Why do Women’s Movements Form?
Psychological Model – higher expectations for women
Resource Mobilization – women who have the resources and choose to support
women’s movements
Political Process/Opportunity –
Running for MP requires a great deal of personal sacrifice
The Impact on Women & Politics
How is it measured?

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20150126WomenInstitutional PoliticsThe primacy of womens gendered experiences womens issues and womens leadership and decision makingThe relationship of women to these movements is direct and immediate movement definition issues articulation and issue resolution are specific to women developed and organized by them with reference to their gender identityKaren Beckwith 2000Foreign aidgiving them something so they can help themselvesFood security and genderDifferent cultureno welfare system for the elderlythe expectation that your children will take care of you because you invested in themWhat the rich owe to the global poorDead Aid thesis that aid
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