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2005 | 41 | 6 | 1023-1039
Article title

CITIZENSHIP IN AN ENLARGING EUROPE: CONTESTED STRATEGIES

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This article explores some of the debates surrounding the gendered impact of both the democratisation process and European Union enlargement on the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It focuses on three key issues of gender-equitable citizenship: debates about the best mechanisms for achieving gender equality in mainstream politics; questions about the efficacy of civil society activism in relation to mainstream politics; and the pros and cons of gender mainstreaming as a key component of EU enlargement. It also raises the question of the most appropriate frame for achieving more gender-equitable societies: the nation-state or supra-national institutions such as the European Union.
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41
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6
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1023-1039
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  • B. Einhorn, School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, Arts Building C, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9SJ, United Kingdom
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07CZAAAA03096391
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bwmeta1.element.c7793236-3286-33fe-a0e7-73d0652ef847
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