European integration and gender

Yvonne Galligan

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Abstract

European integration is described and analysed according to a number of theoretical approaches that contribute different perspectives on the integration process. Explaining intergovernmental bargaining, analysing processes and institutions, and understanding the co-constitutive effects of integration have generated several influential explanatory theories (Kronsell 2012: 23). However, it is quite remarkable that despite a flourishing scholarly debate on the subject, awareness of the gender perspective on these conceptual frameworks is absent from these theories (Hoskyns 2004; Locher and Prügl 2009; Bieling and Diez 2016). This chapter addresses this gap.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Integration Theory
EditorsAntje Wiener, Tanya Borzel, Tomas Risse
Place of PublicationOxford
PublisherOxford UP
Chapter9
Edition3rd
Publication statusAccepted - Mar 2018

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Keywords

  • gender
  • european integration
  • theory

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Galligan, Y. (Accepted/In press). European integration and gender. In A. Wiener, T. Borzel, & T. Risse (Eds.), European Integration Theory (3rd ed.). Oxford: Oxford UP.
Galligan, Yvonne. / European integration and gender. European Integration Theory. editor / Antje Wiener ; Tanya Borzel ; Tomas Risse. 3rd. ed. Oxford : Oxford UP, 2018.
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