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Gender and Diversity in the European Public Spheres

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  • Birte Siim

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"The growing institutionalization of rights in EU has inspired a debate about the gap between the EU polity and citizens’ abilities to influence multilevel governance and politics. The objective of the paper is to discuss diversity in the European public spheres from a gender perspective. The paper aims to contribute to debates about theoretical approaches and models to study gender and diversity in the public sphere in general and in particular The European Public Sphere (EPS). It also reflects on methodological frames and research strategies adopted to study the EPS with examples from two EU-projects, the VEIL- project and the EUROSPHERE-project .

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  • Birte Siim, 2009. "Gender and Diversity in the European Public Spheres," EUROSPHERE Working Paper Series (EWP) 17, Eurospheres project.
  • Handle: RePEc:erp:ewpxxx:p0041
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