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- DescriptionAlthough there is a growing body of international literature on the feminisation of politics and the policy process and, as New Labour's term of office progresses, a rapidly growing series of texts around New Labour's politics and policies, until w one text has conducted an analysis of New Labour's politics and policies from a gendered perspective, despite the fact that New Labour have set themselves up to specifically address women's issues and attract women voters. This book fills that gap in an interesting and timely way. Women and New Labour will be a valuable addition to both feminist and mainstream scholarship in the social sciences, particularly in political science, social policy and ecomics. Instead of focusing on traditionally feminist areas of politics and policy (such as violent crime against women) the authors opt to focus on three case study areas of mainstream policy (ecomic policy, foreign policy and welfare policy) from a gendered perspective. The analytical framework provided by the editors yields generalisable insights that will outlast New Labour's third term.
- Author BiographyClaire Annesley is a lecturer in European politics and convenor of the Gender Research Network at the University of Manchester. Her research interests focus on the transition of the welfare state in the direction of the Adult Worker Model in the UK, Germany and the European Union. Francesca Gains is a senior lecturer in the School of Social Sciences and senior research fellow at the Institute for Political and Economic Governance (IPEG) at the University of Manchester. She is currently the research co-ordinator for the Evaluating Local Governance research project for the Department of Communities and Local Government. Kirstein Rummery is a senior lecturer in social policy at the University of Manchester. She has research interests in disability, citizenship and access to services, and partnership working and governance in the welfare state.
- PublisherPolicy Press
- Date of Publication22/06/2007
- SubjectGender Studies / Gay & Lesbian Studies
- Place of PublicationBristol
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintPolicy Press
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Edited byClaire Annesley,Francesca Gains,Kirstein Rummery
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