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Befreiung Am Ende? Am Ende Befreiung!

Author: Europäische Gesellschaft für die Theologische Forschung von Frauen. Internationale Konferenz

Publisher: Peeters Publishers

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 301

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This volume collects the key-note addresses on feminist theology and feminist theory given at the international conference of the ESWTR held in Salzburg in August 2001, together with other papers given at that conference and relating to this theme. It explores the interactions between liberation theology and feminist theory in European and other contexts, considering particularly aspects crossing boundaries: gender, national, disciplinary. The papers are complemented by a comprehensive bibliography of relevant literature and by an extensive review section.

Emergence of a new type of family?

Parenting intentions of homosexual women and men

Author: Christian Haag

Publisher: University of Bamberg Press

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Page: 254

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Childlessness in Europe: Contexts, Causes, and Consequences

Author: Michaela Kreyenfeld

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Social Science

Page: 370

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This book is published open access under a CC BY 4.0 license. This open access book provides an overview of childlessness throughout Europe. It offers a collection of papers written by leading demographers and sociologists that examine contexts, causes, and consequences of childlessness in countries throughout the region.The book features data from all over Europe. It specifically highlights patterns of childlessness in Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Finland, Sweden, Austria and Switzerland. An additional chapter on childlessness in the United States puts the European experience in perspective. The book offers readers such insights as the determinants of lifelong childlessness, whether governments can and should counteract increasing childlessness, how the phenomenon differs across social strata and the role economic uncertainties play. In addition, the book also examines life course dynamics and biographical patterns, assisted reproduction as well as the consequences of childlessness. Childlessness has been increasing rapidly in most European countries in recent decades. This book offers readers expert analysis into this issue from leading experts in the field of family behavior. From causes to consequences, it explores the many facets of childlessness throughout Europe to present a comprehensive portrait of this important demographic and sociological trend.

FAMILY LIFE IN JAPAN AND GERMANY

Challenges for a Gender-sensitive Family

Author: Uta Meier-Gräwe

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Category: Social Science

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This volume addresses the family situation in Japan and Germany. Gender-segregated labor markets and precarious employment patterns bear detrimental consequences for the socioeconomic capacity to maintain family households and to have children. By applying a gender-sensitive approach, this volume’s focus is on the impact of family law, family policy , and family support measures. Scholars from Japan and Germany examine differences and characteristics of social security legislation, intergenerational support systems, single-parent families, inequality among households and poverty situations, local domestic and care service provision, female labor market participation, parental leave systems, organization of child care, domestic violence, historical developments of housework as an institution, and labor market policies.

The Roma Struggle for Compensation in Post-War Germany

Author: Julia Von Dem Knesebeck

Publisher: Univ of Hertfordshire Press

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Category: Social Science

Page: 352

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Thirty years passed before it was accepted--in West Germany and elsewhere--that the Roma (Gypsies) of Germany had been Holocaust victims. Drawing upon a substantial body of previously unseen sources, this record examines the history of the Roma struggle for recognition as racially persecuted victims of National Socialism in postwar Germany. Looking at West Germany in the period between the end of the war and the beginning of the Roma civil rights movement in the early 1980s, this authoritative analysis demonstrates how pejorative attitudes continued unchallenged and how compensation was eventually achieved.

Political Systems and Definitions of Gender Roles

Author: Ann Katherine Isaacs

Publisher: Plus

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Category: History

Page: 296

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Aller Anfang

Geburt - Birth - Naissance ; Wiener Gespräche zur Sozialgeschichte der Medizin

Author: Sonia Horn

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Category: Social medicine

Page: 208

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Dieser Band behandelt sozialgeschichtliche Themen wie Geburt und Gesellschaft im Blick der Kulturwissenschaften, die Medikalisierung der Geburt im 18. u. 19. Jhdt. Weiters bildet die Geschichte der Hebammen einen wichtigen Themenhintergrund. Geburt steht immer auch in einem religiös-kultischen Zusammenhang, dem auch Hebammen verpflichtet waren. Dieses Buch wagt einen europäischen Rundblick. Ein historischer Blick auf die Themen "Fruchtbarkeit", "Geburt in Kunst, Philosophie und Politik" sowie "Wunschkinder" runden diesen Band ab.

Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie

Author: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie. Kongress

Publisher:

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Category: Psychology

Page: 522

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Wiener Studien

Author: Karl Schenkl

Publisher:

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Category: Classical philology

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Zeitschrift für klassische Philologie und Patristik.

Denken der Geschlechterdifferenz

neue Fragen und Perspektiven der feministischen Philosophie

Author: Herlinde Pauer-Studer

Publisher:

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Category: Feminist theory

Page: 200

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