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Andrea Pető, “Institutionalization of Teaching Gender Studies in Hungary”, pp. 23-28[Abstract]
The article aims to show who is teaching and what is being taught in the field of Gender Studies in Hungary. At the beginning of the Bologna Process, this is an account and examination of our current situation, which seeks to clarify the theoretical frameworks and point out possible future paths. In 1989, when “state feminism” collapsed in Hungary, one third of employed women were ousted from the labor market, and women’s participation in decision-making processes declined and ranked among the lowest in Europe. Thus the institutionalization of Gender Studies became (or should have become) a question of strategic importance, especially as it closely connects to people’s active participation in democratic and political processes. The article presents the problems of today, demonstrating how academics from various fields and from different universities are working to make Gender Studies an accepted discipline and it describes how this process happened and what the perspectives ahead are.
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Rivista di culture dei paesi slavi
Registrata presso la Sezione per la Stampa e l'Informazione del Tribunale civile di Roma. N° 286/2003 del 18/06/2003 ISSN 1723-4042
Direttore responsabile: Simona Ragusa
A cura di: Alessandro Catalano e Simone Guagnelli
Comitato scientifico: Giuseppe Dell'Agata, Nicoletta Marcialis, Paolo Nori, Jiří Pelán, Gian Piero Piretto, Stas Savickij
Comitato di redazione: Alessandro Ajres, Alessandro Amenta, Silvia Burini, Alessandro Catalano, Marco Dinelli, Eleonora Gallucci, Simone Guagnelli, Katia Margolis, Alessandro Niero, Laura Piccolo, Marco Sabbatini, Massimo Tria, Andrea Trovesi

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