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Finally, they adopt a bottom-up approach, exploring how non-state actors contribute to political violence. Gulina on Mark Bassin et al. Bell on Elizabeth A. Wood et al. This special issue focuses on gender dynamics in protest movements that occur in patriarchal, authoritarian and semi-authoritarian societies. Themes covered include the place of feminist and gender equality movements in democratically restricted environments, intersections between feminism and nationalism, the relationship between nationality and sexuality, the question of political agency of non-mainstream groups in the context of protest activity, and the dilemmas of conducting qualitative research while participating in a protest.
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This double special issue investigates the experiences of Soviet Afghan veterans and the ongoing impact of the Soviet-Afghan war ; and the new and reconstituted narratives of martyrdom that have been emerging in connection with 20th-century history and memory in the post-socialist world.
The Russian war in Ukraine has been accompanied, fuelled and legitimized by a Russian information war campaign that is unprecedented in its scope and nature. Increasingly lurid in form, sometimes surreal, the Russian state-media propaganda campaign has been surprisingly successful in disguising and distorting the nature of the war and shaping the way it is perceived and understood, both in Russia and beyond.
This special issue sets out to launch an interdisciplinary discussion on the Russian information warfare being waged in parallel with the military war in Ukraine.
Equality can energize the Ukrainian economy and double chances of success
Books addressing gender issues in post-socialism are not rare these days, but most focus on Russia or the post-Soviet region NIS in general. This new volume is the first collection of articles by Ukrainian and Western scholars exploring gender in contemporary Ukraine.
This, in turn, creates a context for more complex sociological perspectives and lines of analysis that are present in one group of articles: they treat gender critically and see it as interwoven with other social categories. She makes an important point demonstrating how the Labour Code guarantees for women with small children, often seen as the very realization of social justice, in the market system may, in fact, turn against those very women they are called to protect.
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The articles in the second group present material which in itself may be new or hard to acquire e. Still, these quibbles notwithstanding, the volume adds to the much needed exploration of gender issues in post-socialism. Elena Gapova, Western Michigan University. Related Papers.
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The society itself begins to speak of equal opportunities and equal responsibilities. And it is local and regional media that are the most suitable and close to meet interests and needs of readers and viewers, and it is their capacity to either create, or disassemble stereotypes.
Social-Economic Situation in Ukraine: Gender Perspective
In conclusion. One of the crosscutting areas of these reforms is the introduction of gender equality approaches in all areas of life of the Ukrainian society. And there is a plenty of work to do in this regard and be valuable assisted and supported by the Council of Europe.
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