Money in their own name [e-book] : the feminist voice in poverty debate in Canada, 1970-1995 / Wendy McKeen.

By: McKeen, WendyMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Studies in comparative political economy and public policyToronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016Description: 1 recurso electrónico (184 pages) Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781442677326 (ebook)Subject(s): Feminismo -- Historia -- Canadá -- Siglo XX -- Libros electrónicos | Mujeres -- Condiciones económicas -- Canadá -- Siglo XX -- Libros electrónicos | Mujeres -- Política gubernamental -- Historia -- Canadá -- Siglo XX -- Libros electrónicos | Pobreza -- Historia -- Canadá -- Siglo XX -- Libros electrónicos | Canadá -- Política social -- Siglo XXDDC classification: LE362 Online resources: Acceso en línea
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Solutions for women-friendly social policy: the radical potential of individualized entitlement -- Understanding how the interests of new political actors are shaped: discourse, agency, and policy community -- The mainstream poverty debate in the 1960s and the emergence of a feminist alternative -- Feminism, poverty discourse, and the child benefits debate of the mid- to late 1970s: ?writing women in? -- Feminism and the tory child benefits debate of the early to mid-1980s: money in their own name? -- Feminism and child poverty discourse in the late 1980s to mid-1990s: ?Writing Women Out? -- Implications for current struggles for women-friendly social policy.

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