Social Reproduction and State Responses to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic: Keeping Capitalism on the Move?

Plomien A, Scheele A, Sproll M (2022)
In: Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions. Kupfer A, Stutz C (Eds); Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers: 139-152.

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Autor*in
Plomien, Ania; Scheele, AlexandraUniBi; Sproll, Martina
Herausgeber*in
Kupfer, Antonia; Stutz, Constanze
Abstract / Bemerkung
Across the globe, a growing number of social movements, such as demonstrations in support of equal civil status or reproductive freedom and against sexualized violence, show that women's and gender rights are highly contested. Against the backdrop of a long history of unequal rights implementation, the contributors to this volume deal with the questions of why and in which ways gender equality has become contested in various political contexts. Local case studies examine the relevant structural, institutional, and socio-cultural causes of the global challenges to equality. This book follows an interdisciplinary approach and unites scholars from law, linguistics, cultural studies, history, social sciences, and gender studies in diverse contexts.
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Buchtitel
Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions
Seite(n)
139-152
ISBN
978-3-8474-2541-0
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963090

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Plomien A, Scheele A, Sproll M. Social Reproduction and State Responses to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic: Keeping Capitalism on the Move? In: Kupfer A, Stutz C, eds. Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions. Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers; 2022: 139-152.
Plomien, A., Scheele, A., & Sproll, M. (2022). Social Reproduction and State Responses to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic: Keeping Capitalism on the Move? In A. Kupfer & C. Stutz (Eds.), Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions (pp. 139-152). Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers. https://doi.org/10.3224/84742541
Plomien, A., Scheele, A., and Sproll, M. (2022). “Social Reproduction and State Responses to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic: Keeping Capitalism on the Move?” in Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions, Kupfer, A., and Stutz, C. eds. (Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers), 139-152.
Plomien, A., Scheele, A., & Sproll, M., 2022. Social Reproduction and State Responses to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic: Keeping Capitalism on the Move? In A. Kupfer & C. Stutz, eds. Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions. Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers, pp. 139-152.
A. Plomien, A. Scheele, and M. Sproll, “Social Reproduction and State Responses to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic: Keeping Capitalism on the Move?”, Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions, A. Kupfer and C. Stutz, eds., Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2022, pp.139-152.
Plomien, A., Scheele, A., Sproll, M.: Social Reproduction and State Responses to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic: Keeping Capitalism on the Move? In: Kupfer, A. and Stutz, C. (eds.) Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions. p. 139-152. Barbara Budrich Publishers, Opladen (2022).
Plomien, Ania, Scheele, Alexandra, and Sproll, Martina. “Social Reproduction and State Responses to the Global Covid-19 Pandemic: Keeping Capitalism on the Move?”. Covid, Crisis, Care and Change? International Gender Perspectives on Re/Production, State and Feminist Transitions. Ed. Antonia Kupfer and Constanze Stutz. Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2022. 139-152.

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