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2014 | 2013 | 3 | 53-66
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Women's Participation in Politics: Ukrainian Case

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The international practices takes into account the question of women's participation in the political life of modern Ukraine. The selection of the state was due to the dynamic process of democratic transformation - the separation of powers, the formation of multi-party competition among political actors in the electoral process, the activity women in the various institutions of civil society. The position was claimed on the basis of empirical data range of academic institutions and reputable sociological centers, and also interviews with experts who said that the creation of real conditions for self-realization by women's interest in politics is only possible for long term. The process is controversial and caused by political culture, traditions and interests of the ruling class represented mainly by men.
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3
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2014-11-05
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  • Political Science, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Cultural Studies and Political Science, Faculty of Philosophy, Culture and Arts, ANO VPO “Moscow Humanities University”, 111395, Russia, Moscow, ul. Youth, d 5
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bwmeta1.element.doi-10_2478_scs-2014-0153
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