Unfinished Transitions: Women and the Gendered Development of Democracy in Venezuela, 1936-1996

˹
Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000 - 324 ˹
0 Ԩó
Google Ǩͺ ǨһШй͡;

This analysis of Venezuelan women's organizing traces a sixty-year struggle to democratize political practice and represent women's interests. It also helps to explain some of the unfinished business of Latin American democratization: why women have had difficulty participating in regimes they fought to restore, and how they seek inclusion. Friedman's innovative theoretical approach uses gender analysis to explain the impact of the political opportunity structurethe institutions, actors, and discoursesof democratization on women's participation.

ҡҹ˹ѧ

Դ繨ҡ - ¹Ԩó

辺Ԩó 觢ŷ

Unfinished Transitions
15
Movement in the First Transition to Democracy
53
The Growth of Conjunctural Coalition Building Under
139
ԢԷ

3 ʴ

Ѻ - ٷ

շ辺

ǡѺ (2000)

Elisabeth J. Friedman is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Barnard College, Columbia University. Her articles have appeared in Latin American Research Review, World Politics, Debates IESA, and Meridiana.

óҹء