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by Manon Tremblay,Caroline Andrew

eBook Women and Political Representation in Canada (Women's Studies) download ISBN: 0776604511
Author: Manon Tremblay,Caroline Andrew
Publisher: University of Ottawa Press (February 13, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 370
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Category: Political
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MANON TREMBLAY and CAROLINE ANDREW Representation has been a central issue for feminists in the struggle for women’s equality in Canada

MANON TREMBLAY and CAROLINE ANDREW. Representation has been a central issue for feminists in the struggle for women’s equality in Canada. Feminists continue to document the limiting effects that the underrepresentation of women in political institutions has had on these struggles (see Lynda Erickson’s chapter in this volume).

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Women and Political Representation in Canada Manon Tremblay and Caroline Andrew, eds. Ottawa. June 1999 · Canadian Journal of Political Science. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1998, pp. 372 - Volume 32 Issue 2 - Sylvia Bashevkin. May 2008 · The New Scientist.

To explain this situation, Women and Parliamentary Representation in Quebec examines women's engagement in politics from 1791 to the . Manon Tremblay is a professor of political science at the University of Ottawa.

To explain this situation, Women and Parliamentary Representation in Quebec examines women's engagement in politics from 1791 to the present. It begins by tracing the path that led to women achieving the right to vote and run for office and then draws on statistics and interviews with women senators and members of Parliament to complete an in-depth portrait of Quebec women's and its main causes political parties and the voting system.

In Women and political representation in Canada, ed. Manon Tremblay and Caroline Andrew, 39–84. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. The discursive disappearance of sexualised violence: Feminist law reform, judicial resistance, and neo-liberal sexual citizenship. In Reaction and resistance: Feminism, law and social change, ed. Dorothy E. Chunn, Susan B. Boyd, and Hester Lessard, 127–163. Vancouver: UBC Press.

This collection of essays explores the often antagonistic relationship between women and political life in Canada. While women make up little over half of the total population in Canada, they are in many ways conspicuous by their absence from the Canadian political scene.