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Rethinking gender equality in global governance:the delusion of norm diffusion

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This edited collection provides a new theoretical approach to the study of how global norms influence social processes. It analyses the institutional and highly political processes whereby actors – be they local, national, regional or trans-national – engage with global norms of gender equality. The editors bring together key thinkers who emphasise how context and history effect norm engagement and how particular groups and actors tend to be marginalised from discussions of global norms. By proposing a situated approach that underlines the contingent, multi-level processes that occur when actors interpret, use, manipulate, bend, or betray norms, notions of norm diffusion are fundamentally challenged. This book makes a further crucial contribution to the study of norms and gender equality in global governance by analysing very different empirical contexts, from New Delhi and St. Petersburg to the Organisation of American States, and from Kampala and New York to the European Union.


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1.Rethinking the Study of Global Gender Equality Norms: Towards a Situated Approach


2. Gender Quality Norms in International Governance: Actors, Contexts, Meanings


3. Feminist Engagement with Gender Equality in Regional Governance


4. Situating the Gender Mainstreaming Norm in Regional Organisations: Comparing the Incorporation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 in the EU and OSCE


5. Gender Quality as Myth and Ceremony? Situated Norm Engagement in Organisations


6. Remaking Women's Human Rights in the Vernacular: The Resonance Dilemma; --


7. Gender Equality as a Declaration: The Changing Environment of Nordic-Russian Cooperation


8. Missing Women: The Crowding Out of Gender Equality Norms in Ugandan Microfinance


9. Consulting Publics in European Union Gender Policies: Organising Echo Chambers or Facilitating Critical Norm Engagement?


10. Deeds not Words: The Marginalising Effects of Global Gender Equality Norms


11. Conclusion: Situated Norm Engagement and Beyond

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