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Author: Brit Fougner,Mona Larsen-Asp
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Title: The Nordic Countries: A Paradise for Women?
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Nordic Council (1994)
Pages: 191

The Nordic Countries: A Paradise for Women? by Brit Fougner,Mona Larsen-Asp

Nord, 0903-7004 ; 1994:16. Personal Name: Fougner, Brit. Personal Name: Larsen-Asp, Mona. Uniform Title: NORD (Series) ; 1994:16. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Personal Name: Larsen-Asp, Mona. Corporate Name: Nordic Council of Ministers.

Brit Fougner and Mona Larsen-Asp, 191 pages. Nordic council of Ministers and Nordic Council, Copenhagen, 1994. The message from the Commonwealth of Australia was: Trust the Women Mother As I Have Done. Unfortunately, Australian women had the longest wait of women anywhere between gaining the right to stand for the national parliament and actually sitting in it (41 years). They have been making up for it in recent years, aided by fierce electoral competition over the Womens vote - which has also led to attempts by the major parties to out- bid each other on issues such as childcare

Nor-dic countries currently boast of the highest proportion of women legisla-tors in liberal democracies. Despite this fact, Scandinavian countries still display significant gaps between men and women. For example, even the utilization pattern of income mainte-nance programs bears out gender differences (Sainsbury 1983). Thus the Scandinavian cases provide us with a valuable launching point for a discussion about the limits of legal and institutional reform in bringing about fundamental changes in the gendered distribution of power, in-fluence, property, and wealth (Han-sen 1987; Ruggie 1984). Fougner, Brit and Mona Larsen-Asp, eds. 1994. The Nordic Countries-a Paradise for Women! Nord 1994:16. Copenhagen: Nor-dic Council of Ministers.

Last Name: Larsen-Asp Name: Mona Current Position: Deputy Director. Equality and Anti-discrimination Ombud. Norwegian School of Journalism. 1993 Retten til å gå i egne tanker".

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The Nordic Countries - a Paradise for Women?, !702redK. pft: FILE NOT FOUND!. Kobenhavn ; Stockholm : Nordic Council of Ministers, 1994. 191 p. : il. - (Nord, ISSN 0903-7004 ; 1994:16). Содержание: Fougner, Brit. A Taste of Paradise?, B. Fougner, M. Larsen-Asp Wenneberg, Signe. The Gender Supermarket, S. Wenneberg Broch-Due, Ann Kathrine DDC: 30. 2 Рубрики: Gender studies-Women Аннотация: The Nordic Countries - a Paradise for Women? is a book about and for the Nordic woman and her husband. There is no uniform pattern for the life led by Nordc women. Rather, women's lives are varied and multifaceted. This illustrated anthology takes the pulse of women's life in the Nordic countries as it is lived today.

Brit Fougner (born 21 February 1946) is a Norwegian organizational leader and politician for the Socialist Left Party. From 1990 to 1994 she was the managing director of the Council for Equality (a predecessor of the Centre for Equality, which in turn was a predecessor for the Norwegian Equality and Anti-Discrimination Ombud). She was hired in Norsk Form in 1995, first as information director but then as chief executive from 2003 to 2008.