One alternative, the NPVIC, gives us that assurance and deserves our consideration. It makes it clear that the law takes sex equality seriously. How important was race, especially when considering the summer of protest, the Black Lives Matter movement and the killing of George Floyd? However, it’s impact, intended or otherwise, will always be political. Many feminists have believed that government is the natural ally of the womens movement. -- New Directions for Women "A superb reader, a lone offset to the assumption in most feminist thinking that the Daddy State can save women. Yet the evidence of the past decade points to a rightward shift on economics and on service provision, while Brexit has empowered the neo-conservative wing of the party to the detriment of centrist schools of thought. In our previous podcast we looked at the problems in UK democracy and so it is only right to look at some of the potential solutions to those flaws. Or will regional assemblies better represent the people? Do people participate in politics and accept that the government has legitimacy? With analytical clarity and narrative force, The Feminist and the Sex Offender contends with two problems that are typically siloed in the era of #MeToo and mass incarceration: sexual and gender violence, on the one hand, and the state’s unjust, ineffective, and … Yet the limits it faces, not least from those filling its bench, means the Supreme Court is rooted in a judicial response to the cases it hears. The fusion of powers, the limited opportunities for ordinary MPs to shape law and the curbs on the House of Lords all serve to give the government too much of an advantage. While print media, television and opinion polls all have a role to play, the part played by social media has grown significantly. If we are to become a society in which we assume nothing about what our children should be based on their sex, where children – of all sexes – can fairly dream to be absolutely anything, the law must play a role in making it happen. Yet when it comes to economic matters, the differences start to emerge. "Freedom, Feminism and the State is a provocative challenge to contemporary feminist orthodoxy." In 2011, as a Fulbright Research Scholar in France, I conducted a qualitative study on the French corporate board quota and presented it at the French National Assembly. society, state and the economy are characterised by systematic, institutionalised and pervasive gender oppression. The late, great Neill McNaughton defined a democratic deficit as “features of the political system which do not conform to, or fall short of, the normal criteria for a true democracy.” It is therefore important to understand what the features or criteria for democracy ought to be and to judge the UK political system against them. Michael Foley argued that prime ministers seek to separate themselves from the forces of constraint, be it parliament, cabinet or their own party. We hope you like the new icon - a Lego White House built by my own fair hands (aided with instructions from the Lego company itself). It refers to any actions, especially organized, that promote changes in society to end patterns that have disadvantaged women. When the HRA was passed in 1998, few could have imagined its impact on UK Politics. Fix that, and good things will follow. It should also contain the views and opinions from multiple parties. How should the United States Supreme Court arrive at decisions? This “organic” and very British way of implementing devolution has been the route taken for the past twenty years. Yet it is also right to acknowledge that asymmetry, coupled with the long-standing Barnet formula, has not produced universal love for the new political landscape. This is the social meaning of sex and the distinctively feminist account of This episode is dedicated to the memory of James Furlong RIP. While two parties dominate vote share and seat share in parliament, popularity is only one measure of a party system. Reports of its death have therefore been grossly exaggerated. There are many arguments against giving certain minority groups “preferential treatment”. Second, what is the state of international cooperation, which relies on the nation-state system? Nick is joined by his comrade at Reigate College, Matthew Phillips, to discuss, amongst other things, how to ensure your teeth remain as white as Tony Blair’s. Scotland, in particular, is no longer playing nice with Westminster. That level is a third, because less than that number can be ignored by a majority, and doesn’t include enough diverse voices within the group to convince others. But who would write the document? In this episode, I try (badly) to introduce you to the “disagree/agree” sandwich format of writing ideologies essays. It shall awake when circumstances are conducive. (Paper 1), Even Rand support the need for a state, while admittedly she argued that the “strong state is the small state”. The creation of the UKSC did bestow upon top judges newfound prestige... but little else in the way of power. Finally for feminists it is insufficient to think only about the relationship between state and civil society. We will go through as many political topics as possible to give you as much help as we can with your A Level Politics revision. The goal is not solely to advance women, but to advance advance sex equality more broadly. Yet don’t discount Parliament just yet. The appointment process for a Supreme Court justice starts with politicians and ends with politicians. Welcome to series 3 of The A Level Politics Show! It is conventional wisdom that the US constitution is difficult to change while the UK’s uncodified and unentrenched arrangements are more flexible. We hope you enjoy the show! Thus, electoral reform is an idea whose time has come. In a very real sense, the project went from marxism to feminism through method to analyze congealed power in its legal form, and state power emerged as male power. Regardless of one’s position on Brexit, the last four years has taught us that the use of referendums in the UK is in need of reform. In this episode, we focus on whether political parties adequately serve democracy. It is far easier to judge success by whether presidents achieve what they set out to do. While this show is geared towards A Level Politics students, we hope to appeal to anyone who is interested in current affairs, and who would like to find out more about how politics actually works. (PAPER 1), Nick examines whether the checks and balances contained in the US constitution are effective in avoiding tyranny and in encouraging bypartisanship. Are elections free and fair? (PAPER 1), Nick looks at conservative attitudes towards society. Is there enough pluralism? Indeed, it makes an example of the overinclusion, and marks that feminist laws advance gender balance and sex equality for all sexes. In the last episode of the current series (don’t worry - we’ll be back soon! Indeed, the Attlee government was riven with internal divides, as the resignation of Nye Bevan showed. Mazur, Amy (ed.) "Deirdre McCloskey, Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Illinois, Chicago Granted, a divided government is likely to make better work of scrutinising presidential actions, but more often than not united government, along with other circumstances, are likely to give the advantage to the occupant in the White House. (PAPER 3), How do we judge representation? Here’s the key point, though. I take the view that fairness is better than mess. There are of course some social factors that don’t appear to matter at all. In this episode, we compare the House of Commons with the House of Representatives, and the House of Lords with the Senate. The devolved bodies with proportional voting systems lend credence the idea that the two party system theory is not applicable to the whole of the UK. We also explore the complexities of class and income, along with voting along religious lines. We take a look at those awkward 12 mark questions (Edexcel exam board) and give plenty of tips on how to approach them, and then compare the arrangements for protecting rights in both the US and UK. Should it look to the founding fathers and take a literal approach, treating the US constitution as a dead piece of parchment? Is it now a Modern Liberal party or will it seek to outflank to Tories on the right by calling for a smaller state? If you like us then please leave a favourable rating and review on whatever platform you use to get your podcasts, so that more people can find us. So if you get to the end of this podcast and feel angry then good! Meanwhile, the use of referendums to create new institutions in the UK, the most notable being the Scottish Parliament, makes it politically impossible to abolish them. Or being invited to a White House dinner? Presidents have resorted instead to using direct authority to bypass the hurdles that the constitution puts in place. Thus, the icon for this episode is adorned with your winning entry. However, the Welfare State consider that the women who have to receive the goods and the services are the “wives” and the “mothers”. Justice Scalia posed the question, “Who made you king?” when referring to activist judges who “read between the lines” to find new rights. Labour: Has it returned to its ideological roots? “Eek!” Comparative analysis questions. Source questions can be tricky to plan and even harder to deliver. It was why they created the Electoral College in the first place - to protect the people from themselves. The problem with half is that it may enforce too much precision on those decision on who fits best. Indeed, some early Republican reformers were wary of the Westernizing aspect of modernization, fearing that encouraging women to be active in public The problem with one woman is that it’s too little: she necessarily plays a token role. I study corporate gender inequality from a queer/nonbinary angle. Sex as such is not liberating for women. It also exposes the sheer laziness of those who exclude women claiming there aren’t enough qualified ones. You are the winner of the Lego political landmark/event creation contest. While referendums can legitimate policy, they divide communities. Though, all feminists struggle for gender impartiality, there are many ways to approach this theory, including liberal feminism, socialist feminism and radical feminism. On the one hand, Classical Liberals see societal pressure as deeply constraining, while on the other Modern Liberals believe that individuals can only be truly free if enabling conditions exist for that to happen. Jill Vickersaccuses … Despite the assault on the HRA, it remains in place, for now. Citizens demanded effective measures from the State to protect women and girls. And the young voted Tory in 1983. The power of the US Supreme Court means that the US constitution is routinely updated through judicial interpretation. Developed by field experts, this book uses an innovative model of political influence to construct answers to these and other questions in the long-running debate over the political … The power of judicial review and the inability to overturn them, unless through the unlikelihood of a constitutional amendment, means that the nation’s top court is never far from controversy. Well done! Finally, while public support is important, government support is critical to the success of any cause. The UK parliament ultimately fails all of these tests. Yet in the era of hyper-partisanship, this use of soft power is largely redundant. The parliamentary system isn’t built for a president, although few prime ministers appear to have been informed, and continue to act like West Wing fanboys while in office. Oh, and well done Nayan Patel, whose imagery of the man standing up to the tanks in Tiananmen Square is ably reenacted with Lego. While the listener may not agree, the purpose of The A Level Politics Show is to model persuasive argument so that students’ essays take up positions, dismiss views they disagree with and exude opinion. After all, Brexit wasn’t an issue in 1979! What he might have been alluding to is the lip service that all Tories pay to One Nation principles or “compassionate conservatism”, just as leaders in India give a nod and a wink to socialism. However, this book demonstrates that the opposite is true: government has long been a major oppressor of women and their rights. (PAPER 1). The United Nations historically has been important for feminist gains. (PAPER 1), Prime ministerial power in the age of Boris, We return to the issue of prime ministerial power, and whether the UK’s 77th prime minister, Boris Johnson, will be able to utilise the tools of office to dominate the political system. Warning: there is a dubious analogy to beef burgers. It would also be foolhardy to ignore non-social factors, particularly valence. He also suggests that while money is handy, sound leadership is even more useful. The electoral system we currently have cannot sever us from tribalism. Feminism and the State: Art, Politics, and Resistance Lecture In Person: Martha Rosler Feminism and the State: Art, Politics, and Resistance is a symposium organized by The Feminist Art Project (TFAP), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and presented as a part of the 2018 College Art Association Conference. Try these questions on for size: Does Congress look like America? While an English Parliament should be seen for what it is - a reactionary and narrow-minded attempt to shut people out of decision making - regional assemblies would do the opposite. The Covid-19 outbreak has understandably seen crisis management centralised in the hands of the prime minister and the cabinet. In short, referendums are an entirely unsuitable way of making political decisions. This was an astute means for her to sway the all-male court to her side, but it wasn’t just about strategy. Yet Corbyn’s elevation as party leader reflects a broader trend, perhaps started by Blair himself when he pressurised his chancellor to spend more on the NHS, of a Labour Party that is moving to the left, where it will likely stay for some time to come. Yet the House of Lords is hindered by its lack of legitimacy and the restrictions placed upon it, and with the restoration of a large majority in the House of Commons, the advantage now rests with the executive. machineries for the advancement of women’ or ‘gender equality machinery’ within state. Because feminists have criticized public/private distinction, feminist state theory must take this distinction into account. Introduction. At its best, the devolved bodies established after 2017 have enhanced local decision making, tested fairer electoral systems and promoted representative democracy. ... By rejecting persuasive methodologies simply because they have been used to secure the assent of women to the male experience and viewpoint, MacKinnon ultimately dooms her enterprise." We delve into “elastic clauses” and their opposition in the form of the tenth amendment. My scholarship engages in critical analyses of remedies for sex inequality in corporate leadership, building on queer and critical race theory. The purpose itself was in fact to provide equal opportunity to all sexes. This matches the level of many corporate board quotas, including that of France, that mandate a forty percent floor for men or women. Yet, while Hidalgo’s justifications sound right, they miss the point that to realize gender balance, we also need to protect men and other sexes. It varies according to approval ratings, the type of government, national events and electoral mandates. Now that the Supreme Court has ruled Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament to be unlawful, we look at whether the 11 unelected judges of the UK’s top court are too powerful. Boris Johnson has insisted upon loyalty. My scholarship engages in critical analyses of remedies for sex. His right hand man, Dominic Cummings, is whipping ministerial advisers into line. Nick looks at the inbuilt tension between the US government and the 50 states. However, this book demonstrates that the opposite is true: government has long been a major oppressor of women and their rights. Their impact on participation varies and, perhaps most importantly, they have huge potential to mislead and to threaten minority rights. Without a change in the very norms of sexuality, the liberation of women is a meaningless goal. In a literal sense, patriarchy means rule by the father. In March, following another case of femicide, online users highlighted the link between gender-based violence and child abuse, particularly in instances when COVID-19 restrictions were accompanied by an increase in domestic violence. Comparative: Amending the US/UK constitutions. I am a professor at Haub Law School at Pace University, where I teach Contracts and Corporations. State Feminism and Political Representation - November 2005. If we were to judge success by what we preferred, it is likely that we would view presidents very differently. (PAPER 3). You may opt-out by. Most feminists, however, believe that women’s liberation cannot be imposed without women taking action themselves to bring it about. We also examine the impact of Trump upon the federal-state relationship, as well as Supreme Court decisions. The man/woman dif-ference and the dominance/submission dynamic define each other. Should the Human Rights Act be kept, scrapped or replaced? Nick strongly argues that they are simply doing their job. 2001, State Feminism, Women's Movements, and Job Training: Making Democracies Work in the Global Economy, New York and London: Routledge Mazur , Amy 2002 , Theorizing Feminist Policy , London : Oxford University Press Modern and Classical Liberals might well place greater emphasis on the individual than the “common good”, but they are at odds over the usefulness of that society in helping individuals to realise their potential. Whoop whoop! The former might give elites a bloody nose but can also intimidate minorities, while the latter might allow for compromise yet can create an aloof political class. What feminist theorists have contributed to the subject is to highlight how traditional theorists’ understanding of power is narrowly state-centric, top-down and gendered. Thank you to everyone who listens to the show. I argue that none of these criticisms have merit, especially so in America. Or is it fifty percent exactly, representing the approximate percentage of women in the population. It is not the courts that are acting like despots, but the prime minister. Many feminists have believed that government is the natural ally of the women’s movement. Forgive our talks about tea and hotdogs - we knew not of what we were doing. How can women maximize their political influence? It should gain its legitimacy from fair electoral systems. One can make the case, as Hidalgo does, that one municipality’s overinclusion of women should not matter when nearly all over-exclude women. If, during this time of home learning, you would like to build a political landmark out of Lego (or any material for that matter) do send me a picture by tweeting @nickdesouza. Welcome to The A Level Politics Show, where amazing things happen. She chose who to put in her leadership team and it happened to be more than 60% women so it violated the law. ‘State feminism’ is a term that has emerged to describe ‘women’s policy agencies’, ‘national. Gordon Brown once said of David Cameron that “The more he talks, the less he says”. It is a moveable feast. The one startling realisation that I had, after watching 36 hours straight of John King on CNN, is that where a person lives in America really does matter. Instead, the greatest concern to members of the House of Representatives now comes from the threat of a primary challenge. But, if we focus on the United States, we could situate the beginning of feminist activism there in the 1830s. Progressive economists sometimes view state and market relationships after World War II as relatively ideal, with the state supporting economic activity and helping the market economy thrive. Nearly all conservatives believe in a central authority that keeps the peace. However admirable her effort, the law was right to punish Hidalgo. Progressive Era legislation, and the Keynesian macroeconomic policy that emerged during the 1930s Depression, were institutionalized in the post-war period. The “critical mass” level is when there’s enough members of an underrepresented group so that it finds its voice in decision-making. Happy to report that no rebellion became extinct during the making of this podcast, which is hardly surprising since we mention Extinction Rebellion on a number of occasions, along with 20 -odd other campaigns. Enjoy! In this brief episode, we look at the 2019 manifesto for some clues. This range for compliance doesn’t allow the pendulum of gender equality to swing too far as it did with Hidalgo. Proponents of this view argue that “need” is better than “neatness”. That was a time of great social unrest and a proliferation of utopian movements. Feminism: Patriarchy Patriarchy refers to a society dominated by men i.e. Yet with earmark reform and the continued corrosiveness of gerrymandering, satisfying constituents became less essential. I argue that political parties fall far short of performing these functions and, in doing so, do a disservice democracy. All of these feminisms have somewhat different histories. We also touch upon some all important exam technique for the 24 mark questions on ideologies (Edexcel specification). Yet the fact that Trump is about to be impeached is the best argument against that argument. Yet class is perhaps just as important in determining election strategy. Ultimately, each election is decided by a unique set of factors. We examine the voting age and whether it should be lowered, compulsory voting and convenience voting. Ginsburg’s solution, even in a quip, was to have all women. But it clearly did not sit at exactly half. We really have to find a recording studio. Should feminism be established in state institutions to treat women's concerns? Thankfully, there are some reforms that might help. What it does is at once provide opportunity to the excluded with a floor for both genders and “protect” each gender with a ceiling for the other. Yet cabinet government is not dead, it is merely sleeping. 384 International Political Science Review 33(4) bureaucracies … Hidalgo’s response was to claim it was absurde to fine her for being far too feminist. If The Electoral College cannot serve its purpose it should either be scrapped (unlikely) or manipulated (possible) in such a way to ensure that the winner of the popular vote always becomes president. Yet surely there are better alternatives than allowing the loser to win. Do elections change anything? It’s hard to believe that this is the 50th episode of The A Level Politics Show. Yet it turned out the people were wiser than the Electoral College, which gave us nativism (Trump) instead of wise albeit flawed experience (Clinton). In this episode, Nick goes through his checklist of tips for producing fine work. (PAPER 1), It used to be taken as read that a member of Congress would vote the way the folks back home told them to. “Oh dear!” Rights. The Politics of State Feminism addresses essential questions of women's movement activism and political change in western democracies.The authors—top gender and politics scholars—provide a comparative analysis of the effectiveness of government agencies and women's movements regarding women’s policy issues—if, how, and why they form a kind of state feminism. The FTPA has many enemies, all of whom stand to benefit if it is scrapped or circumvented. Is age a significant determinant of voting behaviour, or were senior citizens as appalled as their grandchildren at Trump’s handling of Covid 19? Norway drew on this notion in mandating forty percent for its pioneering Corporate Board Quota. Is this the first election that was decided on the basis of gender? Clinton won three million more votes than Trump in 2016, but the current arrangements barred her from becoming the first female president. Are political parties good for democracy? (PAPER 1), While FPTP is held up as promoting strong government and stability, the evidence of the past few years has shown otherwise. Ginsburg’s “nine women” quip sounds right in a sense – with it she clearly implied that when there were nine women at the top of their profession that would be ideal. As Pateman explains, the structure of the Welfare State presuposes that women are men’s dependant, but the benefits help to make it possible for women to be economically independent of men (Pateman, 1989). These methods and others like them have been used by all presidents to get lawmakers to do what presidents want them to do. 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