6 edition of Women, Politics and Constitutional Change found in the catalog.
August 15, 2007 by University of Wales Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Paul Chaney (Editor), Fiona MacKay (Editor), Laura McAllister (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||156|
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The book Women, Politics and Constitutional Change book and Constitutional Change: The First Years of the National Assembly for Wales, Edited by Paul Chaney, Fiona MacKay.
Based on original interviews with participants as well as a range of secondary sources, Women, Politics, and Constitutional Change examines the innovations, background, and effects that have led the new Welsh legislature to the second-highest proportion of women representatives in all of Europe, and the pro-devolution rhetoric of Format: Paperback.
Women, Politics and Constitutional Change by Paul Chaney,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). Through theoretical engagement and practical experiences, the contributors develop crucial arguments on the nature and effect of constitutional change, equality, women's rights and representation.
This shows how women, through their words and deeds, have challenged and shaped the nature and forms of constitutionalism. Get this from a library. Women, politics and constitutional change: the first years of the National Assembly for Wales.
[Paul Chaney; Fiona Mackay; Laura McAllister; University of Wales. Board of Celtic Studies. Social Sciences Committee.] -- "Women, Politics and Constitutional Change is based on original interviews with participants, as well as a wide range of secondary sources.
This report offers a range of perspectives on the role of women in formal politics in a variety of political contexts, from mature to more emergent democratic systems. The wide geographical range - from Africa to Europe, from China to Australia - is a significant strength of the book, as is the diversity of its methodological approaches and techniques.
This volume draws upon academic research to provide an accessible account of the way that the changes introduced by devolved governance are transforming the role of women in contemporary Welsh politics. It sets out current ideas in academic thinking and why political and social scientists are excited about, and interested in, devolution.
It is based on original interviews with. Women, Politics, and Change offers a range of perspectives on the role of women in formal politics in a variety of political contexts, from mature to more emergent democratic systems.
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