Превосходство демократии: пол и материнство

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Статья посвящена проблемам уровня благосостояния женщин в период демократического развития. Приводятся примеры исследований уровня благосостояния женщин в различных типах стран: высокоразвитых, среднеразвитых, развивающихся и пост-коммунистических странах Восточной Европы. Доказывается снижение уровня благосостояния женщин в различных сферах жизни в течение первых 10 лет с начала демократических преобразований. Результатом исследования является новое представление о влиянии демократических преобразований на женщин.

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пол и демократия, равенство полов, пол и глобализация, непредвиденные последствия демократии, переходы демократии, результаты демократизации, иерархические линейные модели
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