Gendering European Integration Theory

Engaging new Dialogues
 
 
Verlag Barbara Budrich
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 13. Juni 2016
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  • 304 Seiten
 
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The authors engage a dialogue between European integration theories and gender studies. The contributions illustrate where and how gender scholarship has made creative use of integration theories and thus contributes to a vivid theoretical debate. The chapters are designed to make gender scholarship more visible to integration theory and, in this way stimulates the broader theoretical debates. Investigating the whole range of integration theory with a gender lens, the authors illustrate if and how gender scholarship has made or can make creative use of integration theories.
  • Englisch
  • Leverkusen-Opladen
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  • Deutschland
978-3-8474-0256-5 (9783847402565)
3847402560 (3847402560)
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Prof. Dr. Gabriele Abels, Jean Monnet Chair, University of Tübingen, Germany Prof. Heather MacRae, Jean Monnet Chair, Associate Professor, York University, GB
  • Cover
  • Gendering European Integration Theory. Engaging new Dialogues
  • Table of content
  • Preface
  • Why and How to Gender European Integration Theory? Introduction
  • 1 Conceptualizing integration theory
  • 2 A brief history and evolution of mainstream scholarship
  • 3 Bringing women (and gender) into the EU
  • 4 Where do we go from here?
  • 5 Our project and the structure of the book
  • Federalism: Feminist Contributions to an Old Idea
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 The issue of integration through a federalist lens
  • 3 Gender scholars on federal systems and federalism
  • 4 The added value of a gender perspective on federalsystems and federalism for integration studies
  • 5 Conclusions
  • Neo-Functionalism: Spilling Over to Gender Studies
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Historical roots and central premises of neo-functionalism
  • 3 The revival of neo-functionalism
  • 4 Neo-functionalism and gender approaches
  • 5 Prospects for the future
  • Intergovernmentalism: Gendering a Dinosaur?
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Is intergovernmentalism a dinosaur?
  • 2.1 Early intergovernmentalism and the fate of the nation-state
  • 2.2 Domestic politics
  • 2.3 Liberal intergovernmentalism (LI)
  • 2.4 New Intergovernmentalism
  • 3 Gendered critiques of intergovernmentalism
  • 3.1 State-centrism
  • 3.2 The state as a unitary actor, speaking with one voice
  • 3.3 A non-structural view of power
  • 3.4 National interest
  • 4 Who is the dinosaur: intergovernmentalism orintergovernmentalists?
  • 4.1 Intergovernmentalists
  • 4.2 Can a dinosaur be gendered? An example of a genderedintergovernmental analysis
  • 5 Conclusion and future theoretical development
  • Multi-Level Governance: Tailoring a 'Favourite Coat'to the Needs of 'Gender Fashion'
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Theoretical foundations of MLG
  • 3 Examples of gendered MLG analysis
  • 4 Critical assessment of MLG from a gender perspective
  • 5 Conclusions
  • Social Constructivism in European Integration Theories: Gender and Intersectionality Perspectives
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Theoretical foundations of social constructivism
  • 3 The contribution of gender and intersectionality approaches to social constructivism
  • 3.1 Challenging social constructivism by gender and intersectional approaches
  • 3.2 Studies of gender and intersectionality adopting a social constructivist approach to European integration
  • 3.2.1 The Europeanization of gender equality policies
  • 3.2.2 Gender-based violence from gender and intersectional lenses
  • 4 Conclusions
  • Gendering Europeanisation: Making Equality Work in Theory and Practice
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Reconfiguring Europeanisation through gender lenses: towards a gender-sensitive conceptual framework
  • 2.1 Strands of Europeanisation research
  • 2.2 The complexities of Europeanisation: explaining convergence amidst diversity
  • 2.3 Social theoretical preconditions for gendering Europeanisation
  • 2.4 Gendered mechanisms at work in Europeanisation
  • 2.5 Analysing the gendered logics of Europeanisation
  • 3 Up- or downgrading Europeanisation? Critical genderanalyses in times of crisis
  • 4 Conclusion: Lessons for the future of gender and Europeanisation research
  • Law as the Object and Agent of Integration: Gendering the Court of Justice of the European Union, its Decisions and their Impact
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 What is legal integration?
  • 3 Examples of gendered analysis of legal integration
  • 4 Applying a gendered critique to legal integration
  • 5 Conclusions
  • Gendering Institutionalism: A Feminist Institutionalist Approach to EU Integration Theory
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 New Institutionalism and the EU
  • 2.1 Gendering New Institutionalist frameworks
  • 2.2 A Feminist Institutionalist approach to the EU
  • 3 Gendering the 'migrant' in the EU migration regime
  • 4 Conclusion
  • European Integration and the Politics of Scale: A Gender Perspective
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Theorizing scale
  • 3 The constitution of scales: masculinist formatting
  • 4 Scaling access and agency
  • 5 Scaling reach
  • 6 Conclusion: scaling Europe - a feminist research agenda
  • Gendering Governmentality and European Integration Theory
  • 1 Introduction: European integration research in agovernmentality perspective
  • 2 Neo-liberal governmentality as a gendered technology
  • 3 The case of economic governance in the EU - a gendered governmentality perspective
  • 3.1 The "Six-pack" legislation
  • 3.2 The Fiscal Compact
  • 4 Conclusions
  • Civil Society and European Integration: The Re-Configuration of Gendered Power Relations in the Public Sphere
  • 1 Integration of civil society as a European demos?
  • 2 Research approaches on civil society: democracy and legitimacy as guiding principles of European integration
  • 2.1 Social-constructivist perspectives
  • 2.2 Republican perspective
  • 2.3 Neo-pluralist perspective
  • 2.4 Neo-Gramscian perspective
  • 2.5 Feminist perspective
  • 3 Civil society research from a gender perspective: on the ambivalence of limiting and expanding the public as a political space for action
  • 4 Poststructuralist expansion of feminist discourses: civilsociety as a power dispositif
  • 5 Conclusion: civic constitutionalism or the conditions for democratic gender relations
  • Linking Gender Perspectives to Integration Theory: The Need for Dialogue
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Achievements: the power of gender
  • 3 Gendering what?
  • 4 Which gender(ing)?
  • 5 Lessons to draw
  • List of Contributors
  • Index
  • Name Index

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