Lee Ann Banaszak
Lee Ann Banaszak
Professor of Political Science and Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies, The Pennsylvania State
Verified email at psu.edu
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Why movements succeed or fail: Opportunity, culture, and the struggle for woman suffrage
LA Banaszak
Princeton University Press, 1996
4541996
Women's movements facing the reconfigured state
LA Banaszak, K Beckwith, D Rucht
Cambridge University Press, 2003
2802003
The women's movement inside and outside the state
LA Banaszak
Cambridge University Press, 2010
2672010
Contextual determinants of feminist attitudes: National and subnational influences in Western Europe
LA Banaszak, E Plutzer
American Political Science Review 87 (1), 147-157, 1993
1261993
Inside and outside the state: Movement insider status, tactics, and public policy achievements
LA Banaszak
Routing the opposition: Social movements, public policy, and democracy 23 …, 2005
1092005
When power relocates: Interactive changes in women’s movements and states
LA Banaszak, K Beckwith, D Rucht
Women, Gender, and Politics: A Reader 335, 2010
1082010
Social movements and American political institutions
P Burstein, LA Banaszak, JM Berry, WD Costain, DM Cress, C Dufour, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 1998
881998
The social bases of feminism in the European community
LA Banaszak, E Plutzer
Public Opinion Quarterly 57 (1), 29-53, 1993
841993
Routing the opposition: Social movements, public policy, and democracy
DS Meyer, V Jenness, HM Ingram
Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2005
832005
Dieter Rucht, eds. 2003
LA Banaszak, K Beckwith
Women’s Movements Facing the Reconfigured State, 0
45
Voter support for the German PDS over time: Dissatisfaction, ideology, losers and east identity
P Doerschler, LA Banaszak
Electoral Studies 26 (2), 359-370, 2007
342007
Do Government Positions Held by Women Matter? A Cross-National Examination of Female Ministers' Impacts on Women's Political Participation
SJS Liu, LA Banaszak
Politics & Gender 13 (1), 132-162, 2017
312017
Why Movements Succeed or Fail: Opportunity
LA Banaszak
Culture, and the, 1996
291996
When waves collide: Cycles of protest and the Swiss and American women's movements
LA Banaszak
Political Research Quarterly 49 (4), 837-860, 1996
271996
Public opinion as a movement outcome: The case of the US women's movement
LA Banaszak, HL Ondercin
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 21 (3), 361-378, 2016
262016
How employment affects women's gender attitudes: The workplace as a locus of contextual effects
LA Banaszak, JE Leighley
Political Geography Quarterly 10 (2), 174-185, 1991
261991
Informal institutions, protest, and change in gendered federal systems
LA Banaszak, SL Weldon
Politics & Gender 7 (2), 262-273, 2011
252011
The gendering state and citizens' attitudes toward women's roles: State policy, employment, and religion in Germany
LA Banaszak
Politics & Gender 2 (1), 29-55, 2006
242006
East-West differences in German abortion opinion
LA Banaszak
Public Opinion Quarterly, 545-582, 1998
231998
KAREN BECKWITH and DIETER RUCHT. 2003. Women’s Movements Facing the Reconfigured State
L BANASZAK
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 0
21
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