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SECTION I: CONFRONTING SEXISM
Do You Say Something When It’s Your Boss? The Role of Perpetrator Power in Prejudice Confrontation / Leslie Ashburn-Nardo, John C. Blanchar, Jessica Petersson, Kathryn A. Morris and Stephanie A. Goodwin.
Allies against Sexism: The Role of Men in Confronting Sexism / Benjamin J. Drury and Cheryl R. Kaiser.
Confronting Sexism as Persuasion: Effects of a Confrontation’s Recipient, Source, Message, and Context / Sarah J. Gervais and Amy L. Hillard.
Ways to Go: Men’s and Women’s Support for Aggressive and Nonaggressive Confrontation of Sexism as a Function of Gender Identification / Julia C. Becker and Manuela Barreto.
A Review of Organizational Strategies for Reducing Sexual Harassment: Insights from the U. S. Military / NiCole T. Buchanan, Isis H. Settles, Angela T. Hall and Rachel C. O’Connor.
SECTION II: INTERVENTIONS FOR REDUCING SEXISM
Using Experiential Learning to Increase the Recognition of Everyday Sexism as Harmful: The WAGES Intervention.
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Gender mainstreaming in government offices in Thailand, Cambodia, and Laos: perspectives from below.
Is there life after gender mainstreaming?.
Re-thinking gender mainstreaming in African NGOs and communities.
Strategic gender mainstreaming in Oxfam GB.
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Introduction / Shirin M. Rai.
Pt. I. Conceptual Frameworks.
1. Institutional mechanisms for the advancement of women: mainstreaming gender, democratizing the state? / Shirin M. Rai.
2. Gender mainstreaming: conceptual links tinstitutional machineries / Kathleen Staudt.
Pt. II. Comparative Analysis.
3. National women’s machinery: state-based institutions tadvocate for gender equality / Anne Marie Goetz.
4. National women’s machineries: structures and spaces / Nuket Kardam and Selma Acuner.
Pt. III. Case Studies.
5. The role of the women’s movement in institutionalizing a gender focus in public policy: the Ecuadorian experience / Silvia Vega Ugalde.
6. The National Commission on the Role of Filipina Women, the women’s movement and gender mainstreaming in the Philippines / Jurgette Honculada and Rosalinda Pineda Ofrene.
7. National machinery for gender equality in Sweden and other Nordic countries / Birgitta Aseskog.
8. Gender awareness and the national machineries in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe / Zuzana Jezerska.
9. The government of the United Kingdom: the Women’s National Commission / Wendy Stokes.
10. The national machinery for gender equality in Uganda: institutionalized gesture politics? / Joy C. Kwesiga.
11. The National Commission for Women: the Indian experience / Shirin M. Rai.
12. The life and times of women’s policy machinery in Australia / Marian Sawer.
Conclusion: looking forward / Shirin M. Rai.
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