6 edition of From Motherhood to Citizenship found in the catalog.
June 30, 2002
by The Johns Hopkins University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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In From Motherhood to Citizenship, Nitza Berkovitch argues that this trend is not confined to specific countries, but represents a worldwide phenomenon. Moreover, the forces that shape this transformation are embedded in the global cultural and political system. In From Motherhood to Citizenship, Nitza Berkovitch argues that this trend is not confined to specific countries, but represents a worldwide phenomenon.
Moreover, the forces that shape this transformation are embedded in the global cultural and political by: In From Motherhood to Citizenship, Nitza Berkovitch argues that this trend is not confined to specific countries, but represents a worldwide phenomenon.
5/5(1). Home > From Motherhood to Citizenship > Reviews "This book fills a gap in the existing literature and provides compelling evidence of the important effect that international organizations have had on nation-states' passage of legislation addressing women's unique circumstances.".
I consider that my motherhood experience may well be a non-conformist conformist one as my life understanding unfolds itself to me. That I may not be the mother to my own, but to other people’s children.
That maybe this essence of motherhood is to be expressed and experienced in my citizenship. Peace & Blessings, Bx. From motherhood to citizenship: women's rights and international organizations.
Responsibility Nitza Berkovitch. Imprint Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, Demonstrating the importance of rhetoric in the framing of women's issues, the book traces the formation of the global agenda on women. The book begins in the s. Abstract. Dominant articulations and understanding of citizenship and agency are gendered.
From the seminal reading (and understanding) of agency and citizenship by E. Thompson and T. Marshall respectively, to groundbreaking work on agency in Paul Willis’ Learning to Labor (), both the structures and the subject of these structures in relation to citizenship and Cited by: 1.
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[Nitza Berkovitch] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: A detailed account of the important role played by international organizations in the promotion of women's rights.
Get this from a library. From motherhood to citizenship: women's rights and international organizations. [Nitza Berkovitch] -- "It was not until the second half of the twentieth century that a few countries began granting women the right to participate in public institutions as individuals.
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