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cross-national comparative study of the roles of men in contemporary France and Britain.
Margaret Elizabeth Ferguson
Thesis (PhD) - Aston University, 1988.
The United States, France, and Britain use markedly different kinds of industrial policies to foster economic growth. To understand the origins of these different policies, this book examines the evolution of public policies governing one of the first modern industries, the s: 1. Abstract. This chapter introduces the key elements of our comparative study. We set out two broad hypotheses: first, that an understanding of the economy and working conditions is incomplete without knowing what happens within and across workplaces; and second, that ‘local’ factors play a key role in shaping the practice of workplace employment relations, but in a more nuanced way that is.
AP COMPARATIVE STUDY GUIDE by Ethel Wood Comparative government and politics provides an introduction to the wide, diverse world of governments and political practices that currently exist in modern times. Although the course focuses on specific countries, it also emphasizes an Great Britain, Russia, China, Mexico, Iran, and Nigeria. The. Finally, gender relations in Britain are situated in international context and linked to global social and economic processes and divisions of important new study of gender in modern Britain provides a succinct and clearly written textbook for students on gender studies, women's studies, and sociology of gender courses.
The book seeks to describe and analyze the local economic and social systems, traditions, power structures, and other aspects of European rural communities, specifically in the countries of Great Britain, Ireland, Poland, Turkey, Romania, France, and Spain. The book is divided into four parts: a historical review of the main trends and. The phenomenon of caste has probably aroused more controversy than any other aspect of Indian life and thought. Susan Bayly's cogent and sophisticated analysis explores the emergence of the ideas, experiences and practices which gave rise to the so-called 'caste society' from the pre-colonial period to the end of the twentieth century.
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The thesis has three main aims: firstly, to provide the first cross-national comparison of French and British writing and research on the place of men in contemporary society; secondly, to identify similarities and differences in the roles of men in France and Britain; and thirdly, to determine to what extent and in what way such similarities and differences are linked to the social structures and cultural Author: M.E.
Ferguson. A cross-national comparative study of the roles of men in contemporary France and Britain. By M.E Ferguson.
Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:DX / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited KingdoAuthor: M.E Ferguson. This study addresses this issue by exploring candidates’ role orientation using data from the cross-national Comparative Candidates Study (CCS) project on nearly candidates in 15 countries.
It offers the largest pool of candidate data to date, including both challengers and incumbents. A Comparative Study of French and British Decolonization - Volume 20 Issue 1 - Tony Smith Selecting Cases in Cross‐National Political Research.
International Journal of Social Research Methodology, Vol. 10, Issue. 1, p. William, ‘The French Colonial Service in West Africa’, and Thompson, Leonard, ‘France and Britain in Africa: a Cited by: Some issues in cross-national comparative research methods: a comparison of attitudes to promotion, and women’s employment, in Britain and Portugal Rosemary Crompton and Clare Lyonette Department of Sociology City University (LONDON) This Note has two objectives.
The first is to make a modest contribution to both. This study is a cross-national comparative analysis of the observed differences in health among married men and women using the Multinational Time Use Study (MTUS).
This article discusses the gendered nature of politics (as practice) and political science (as an academic discipline). It studies the sex-typing characteristic of most institutions in the modern world and describes how gender shapes the ways people organize, think, and know about the world.
The article then identifies the changes that have occurred in politics and political science over the. Comparative Politics involves the systematic and comparative study of nations and their political systems. In practice the comparative politics do the first, to compare means that similarities and differences are described.
Comparative politics describes. A comparative study of ten European countries, relying on data from the European Social Survey, investigated how housework is divided between men and women across various family models and how the patterns vary across welfare regimes with different work-family reconciliation policies and gender norms (Fahlén ).
The results suggest the. Arthur John Brereton Marwick FRHistS (29 February – 27 September ) was a British social historian, who served for many years as Professor of History at the Open research interests lay primarily in the history of Britain in the twentieth century, and the relationship between war and social change.
The comparative view can also contribute new insights: Skocpol, for example, uses the comparative method to shed new light on the similarities between the French Revolution of the eighteenth century and the Chinese revolution of the twentieth century in her comparison of revolutions, and between the cities of France and Japan in the eighteenth.
Class Voting in Western Europe provides a rare, systematic, longitudinal, and cross-national study of social class and party choice in eight Western European, democratic countries: Belgium. This is the only comparative study of its kind, investigating how women construct their roles within the public sphere and highlighting the ways in which traditional versus modern values impact on female identity in France and s: 1.
This comparative study explores the lives of some of the women who first initiated challenges to male exclusivity in the legal professions in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. Their challenges took place at a time of considerable optimism about progressive societal change, including new and expanding opportunities for women, as well as a variety of proposals for reforming law.
Beyond the cross‐national support for the parasite hypothesis of democratization, it is consistent with the geographic location at high latitudes (and hence reduced parasite stress) of the early democratic transitions in Britain, France and the U.S.A.
Lords of All the World: Ideologies of Empire in Spain, Britain and France, c. This book is a comparative study of intellectual attitudes toward empire in Spain, France, and Britain, in which Pagden argues that, despite the diversity of their empires, Spanish, British, and French writers produced very similar ideological explanations and justifications for their actions.
It expands on her previous work, the monumental States and Social Revolutions: A Comparative Analysis of France, Britain, Russia, and China, while also bringing her reconciliation of competing theories into modern context; in fact, it is this reconciliation that is the most significant aspect of Social Revolutions in the Modern s: 3.
Focusing primarily on the Front National in France, with comparative reference to Italy and beyond, US sociologist Mabel Berezin was one of the first academics to position the rise of (right-wing) populism in the broader neoliberal context of post-Maastricht Europe.
The book’s emphasis on the importance of culture and security ties in. Comparative education is often used interchangeably with international education.
While these two fields certainly overlap, it can be argued that they are two distinct areas of study. There has been a long history of debate CHAPTER 1 01_Marshall_ICE_BABB_Ch_Partindd 3 Jul PM. This article provides guidance for cross-national work-life research by conducting a systematic interdisciplinary review of conceptual and empirical work on the country-level cultural impacts (i.e., the values, assumptions, and beliefs shared by individuals with common historical experience) and structural impacts (i.e., the rules and.
The book opens up a neglected new frontier in this area of psychology. Psychologists have long been interested in the psychological consequences of imprisonment (good or bad, but usually bad!) on prisoners.
The best of these studies, like Zimbardo’s famous Stanford Experiment, also recognize that prison staff are also “doing time” and so will look at the impact of this work on their own.He publishes widely on Dutch politics and policy-making as well as on the political development of welfare states from a cross-national perspective.
In van Kersbergen was awarded the Stein Rokkan Prize for Comparative Social Research for his book Social Capitalism. A Study of Christian Democracy and the Welfare State ().Background: This study is the first to examine the relationship between gender and self-assessed health (SAH), and the extent to which this varies by socioeconomic position in different European welfare state regimes (Liberal, Corporatist, Social Democratic, Southern).
Methods: The EUROTHINE harmonised data set (based on representative cross-sectional national health surveys conducted between.