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Learn more about Women Divided: Gender, Religion and Politics in Northern Ireland:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0415137667
ISBN-13: 9780415137669
Sku: 30064550
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Pages:  256
 
The ongoing Irish peace process has renewed interest in the current social and political problems of Northern Ireland. In bringing together the issues of gender and inequality, "Women Divided," a title in the "International Studies of Women and Place" series, offers new perspectives on women's rights and contemporary political issues.
"Women Divided" argues that religious and political sectarianism in Northern Ireland has subordinated women. A historical review is followed by an analysis of the contemporary scene-- state, market (particularly employment patterns), family and church--and the role of women's movements. The book concludes with an in-depth critique of the current peace process and its implications for women's rights in Northern Ireland, arguing that women's rights must be a central element in any agenda for peace and reconciliation.
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The ongoing Irish peace process has renewed interest in the current social and political problems of Northern Ireland. In bringing together the issues of gender and inequality, Women Divided offers new perspectives on women's rights and contemporary political issues. Women Divided argues that religious and political sectarianism in Northern Ireland has subordinated women. A historical review is followed by an analysis of the contemporary scene -- state, market, family and church -- and the role of women's movements. The book concludes with an in-depth critique of the peace process and its implications for women's rights in Northern Ireland, arguing that women's rights must be a central element in any agenda for reconciliation. -- Integrates two highly topical issues in Northern Ireland -- gender and sectarianism

The ongoing Irish peace process has renewed interest in the current social and political problems of Northern Ireland. In bringing together the issues of gender and inequality, Women Divided, a title in the International Studies of Women and Place series, offers new perspectives on women's rights and contemporary political issues.

Women Divided argues that religious and political sectarianism in Northern Ireland has subordinated women. A historical review is followed by an analysis of the contemporary scene-- state, market (particularly employment patterns), family and church--and the role of women's movements. The book concludes with an in-depth critique of the current peace process and its implications for women's rights in Northern Ireland, arguing that women's rights must be a central element in any agenda for peace and reconciliation.

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