Women and Politics

The role of women in Dutch government is also mentioned in some of the publications listed under the composition of the bureaucracy (ad 3.6), legislative recruitment (ad 3.4), and party organization (ad 4.2), while publications on the women’s movement are mentioned under new social movements (ad 7.3). In addition, see for example:

  • J. Bussemaker and R. Voet (eds), Gender, Participation and Citizenship in the Netherlands, Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998
  • J.M.R. Neve, Changes in Attitudes Toward Women’s Emancipation in the Netherlands Over Two Decades: Unraveling a Trend, Social Science Reaearch, Vol. 24 (1995), pp. 167-188
  • M. Leijenaar and B. Niemöller, The Netherlands, in: B. Nelson and N. Chowdhuvy (eds), Women and Politics Worldwide, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994, pp. 496-511
  • J. Outshoorn, Women and Politics in the Netherlands. A Review of the Literature, European Journal of Political Research, Vol. 21 (1992), pp. 453-467. 
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