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Week 14 Notes- Intro to Comp Politics

by: Molly Mortimer

Week 14 Notes- Intro to Comp Politics PSCI 2012-100

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Intro to Comparative Politics
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These are my notes from last week, hope they help you study for finals!
Intro to Comparative Politics
Dr. Andy Baker
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Date Created: 12/05/15
Monday November 30 2015 Intro to Comp Politics Week 14 Politics and Gender I Definitions A Gender the way in which society interprets sex differences 1 Gender differs from other forms of identity because it is crosscutting people of different genders live together not separated like some ethnic groups II Forms of Gender Inequality and Discrimination A Politics 1 Suffrage rights a Women can legally vote universally in democratic countries 2 Political representation a 22 of parliamentary seats are held by women around the world b Descriptive representation the idea that leaders should not only promote the substantive interests of their constituents but also look like them it s important to have women in leadership positions 3 Culture and opinions a Prejudice that men make better political leaders than women do still held by some people around the world B Economics 1 Inequality of assets a Education girls less likely to go to school in middlelower income countries b Land ownership land usually passed down between father and son not daughters 2 Inequality of income a Laborforce participation still a gap even in wealthy countries b Gender wage gap Monday November 30 2015 c Pinkcollar jobs female dominated fields don t pay as well as male dominated fields d Hiring women seen as less reliable will probably have to sacrifice work for children e Informal sector more women in the informal sector than men don t get the benefits that come along with having a job in the formal sector 3 Nonmarket activities the double shift a cooking cleaning childcare extra duties that women face on top of a job C Health Excess female mortality 1 Son preference and missing women a China India Bangladesh Pakistan b Childhood neglect not feeding girls as much as boys etc c Before birth sexselective abortions 2 Reproductive years maternal mortality a high chances of dying of childbirth in low income countries 115 chance D Violence 1 Political violence men gt women 2 Criminal violence a Physical assaulthomicide men gt women b Domesticsexual violence women gt men Hi What Explains Variation in Gender Inequality A Economic development 1 Modernization makes people more supportive of gender equality 2 Girls more likely to be educated in modernized countries B Secularism 1 More secular countries are less likely to have gender inequality C Social movements Monday November 30 2015 1 Activists changing policy feminist movements IV What Are the Consequences of Gender Inequality A Discrimination as a market distortion 1 Gender inequality is bad for economics underutilizing women as workers B Women as agents of development 1 Empowering women is more important for economic development than empowering men C Women are better decision makers 1 Female politicians less likely to be corrupt more likely to promote social spending over defense spending women less frivolous with money


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