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Transition, globalisation and living laboratories

Javornik, Jana S. (2006) Transition, globalisation and living laboratories At Gender matters to Capital / Women's struggles and the Antiglobalisation movement. 14 Oct 2003.

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At the end of the second millennium an extensive social engineering experiment was conducted in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia in the countries emerging from socialist systems that are commonly known today under the label "societies in transition" or "post-socialist countries". These countries, which share a totalitarian communist past, are facing similar issues of political, economic and social transformation as they deal with such processes as privatisation, political democratisation and globalisation. The consequences of globalisation have not bypassed these societies in transition; on the contrary, they are extremely deep, including in the area of equal rights for women.

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Published date: 2006
Additional Information: Public Debate
Venue - Dates: Gender matters to Capital / Women's struggles and the Antiglobalisation movement, 2003-10-14 - 2003-10-14


Local EPrints ID: 42831
PURE UUID: e1e403c9-8252-47bb-be86-c4843e0f1ed2

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Date deposited: 15 Feb 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:20

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