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Constitutionalizing Gender: Implications for Policy in Argentina and Chile

Description

Project Summary: The data included in this project are associated with a larger research project that addresses the relationship between the conceptualization of gender difference at the constitutional level and women’s equality.

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Suggested Citation

Scribner, Druscilla L. and Priscilla A. Lambert. (2015) "Constitutionalizing Gender: Implications for Policy in Argentina and Chile." Data Collection, QDR:10059. Syracuse, NY: Qualitative Data Repository [distributor]. DOI forthcoming.

PID QDR:10059 project
Geography Argentina, Chile
Topic constitutional rights, gender equality, policy reform, women and politics, women’s rights
Creator Druscilla L. Scribner, Priscilla A. Lambert
Collection Type Data Collection
Version Original (Pilot Project)
Date 2009-01-01 to 2013-12-31
Temporal Coverage 1990-01-01 to 2012-12-31
Rights The legislation and floor debate materials are variously available in the public realm, though not necessarily easily obtained (depending on the country and specific documents sought). The collation and coding was conducted by the authors (or their in-country RAs) and so present no copyright issues. Standard QDR access will be provided to the data after publication of the chapter planned by the authors as part of a larger project.
Publisher Qualitative Data Repository
Files
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