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
4801996
The women's movement inside and outside the state
LA Banaszak
Cambridge University Press, 2010
2902010
Women's movements facing the reconfigured state
LA Banaszak, K Beckwith, D Rucht
Cambridge University Press, 2003
2712003
Contextual determinants of feminist attitudes: National and subnational influences in Western Europe
LA Banaszak, E Plutzer
American Political Science Review, 145-157, 1993
1291993
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
1262005
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
1152010
Routing the opposition: Social movements, public policy, and democracy
DS Meyer, V Jenness, HM Ingram
Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2005
942005
Social movements and American political institutions
LA Banaszak, P Burstein, JM Berry, WD Costain, DM Cress, C Dufour, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 1998
911998
The social bases of feminism in the European community
LA Banaszak, E Plutzer
Public Opinion Quarterly 57 (1), 29-53, 1993
831993
Dieter Rucht, eds. 2003
LA Banaszak, K Beckwith
Women’s Movements Facing the Reconfigured State, 0
44
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
412017
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
362016
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
362007
Why Movements Succeed or Fail: Opportunity
LA Banaszak
Culture, and the, 1996
301996
Informal institutions, protest, and change in gendered federal systems
LA Banaszak, SL Weldon
Politics & Gender 7 (2), 262, 2011
282011
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
272006
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
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
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
22
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