conclusion: the future status of women in european political science
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This symposium has highlighted that some positive change has been achieved for women’s status in the profession. The authors are cautiously optimistic. At the same time, we argue that this does not allow for complacency and we suggest a number of positive strategies that may also be beneficial.
Keywordspositive strategies cautious optimism women within the profession political science
Many thanks to Johanna Kantola, Dorien Woods, Gabriele Abels and the anonymous referees for earlier comments on this conclusion and their suggestions of non-British or American examples.
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