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POLITIKON v. 40, no. 1 (2013): Special issue: "Gender and Multiculturalism: North-South Perspectives." Issue editors: Amanda Gouws & Daiva Stasiulis. Publisher: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. ISSN: 0258-9346 (print), 1470-1014 (online). Available electronically to licensed users through Taylor & Francis Online.

Partial contents: "In the Name of What? Defusing the Rights-Culture Debate by Revisiting the Universals of Both Rights and Culture," by Louise Du Toit; "Multiculturalism in South Africa: Dislodging the Binary between Universal Human Rights and Culture/ Tradition," by Amanda Gouws; "Territorial Pluralism and Family-Law Reform: Conflicts between Gender and Culture Rights in Federations, North and South," by Jill Vickers; "Beyond the Limitations of the Impasse: Feminism, Multiculturalism, and Legal Reforms in Religious Family Laws in India," by Gopika Solanki; "Muslim Women and Human Rights: Does Political Transformation Equal Social Transformation?" by Wendy Isaacs-Martin; "Masculinities without Tradition," by Kopano Ratele; "Reading die Racial Subtext of the Quebecois Accommodation Controversy: An Analytics of Racialized Governmentality," by Sirma Bilge; "Worrier Nation: Quebec's Value Codes for Immigrants," by Daiva Stasiulis.

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Title Annotation:Thematic Issues/Sections
Author:Lehman, JoAnne
Publication:Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources
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