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K. Bluhm, G. Pickhan, J. Stypinska, A. Wierzcholska (Hrsg.) Gender and Power in Eastern Europe

K. Bluhm, G. Pickhan, J. Stypinska, A. Wierzcholska (Hrsg.) Gender and Power in Eastern Europe

News vom 03.11.2020

Das als Gemeinschaftsprodukt der Abteilungen Soziologie und Geschichte des OEI veröffentlichte Buch "Gender and Power in Eastern Europe" bietet detaillierte Einblicke in neue Formen von Geschlechterverhältnissen in Mittel- und Osteuropa, hebt widersprüchliche Trends und Konflikte im Bezug auf Geschlechterrollen und den Wahrnehmungen von Geschlechterrollen hervor und erläutert die Rolle von Empowerment-Strategien für Frauen. 

Gender and Power in Eastern Europe

Changing Concepts of Femininity and Masculinity in Power Relations
Reihe: Societies and Political Orders in Transition


This book explores the contradictory development of gender roles in Central and Eastern Europe, including Russia. In light of the social changes that followed the collapse of communism, and the rise of new conservatism in Eastern Europe, it studies new forms of gender relationships and reassesses the status quo of female empowerment. Moreover, leading scholars in gender studies discuss how right-wing populism and conservative movements have affected sociopolitical discourses and concepts related to gender roles, rights, and attitudes, and how Western feminism in the 1990s may have contributed to this conservative turn. Mainly focusing on power constellations and gender, the book is divided into four parts: the first explores the history of and recent trends in feminist movements in Eastern Europe, while the second highlights the dynamics and conflicts that gained momentum after neoconservative parties gained political power in post-socialist countries. In turn, the third part discusses new empowerment strategies and changes in gender relationships. The final part illustrates the identities, roles, and concepts of masculinity created in the sociocultural and political context of Eastern Europe.

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