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Reexamining Degenderisation : Changes in Family Policies in Europe



Rok publikování 2021
Druh Kapitola v knize
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Fakulta sociálních studií

Popis This chapter re-examines the debate on degenderisation by discussing which criticisms the original article received and using new data to see whether any important changes have taken place in family policies in recent years. We point out that most of the criticisms are due to the fact that the authors did not understand that the measurements used in the original article were just an example of how one could measure degenderisation for a specific case: family policy. An advantage of degenderisation over defamilialisation is the fact that this kind of typology could be applied to all types of social policies. We conclude that there seems to be a general trend towards increased degenderisation, but the changes have rarely been big enough to force us to reconsider to what category each country belongs. Most countries have made some improvements, but only Luxemburg has made large enough changes to have had one of its policy areas (daycare) move into the degenderising category.

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