By Dorothy McBride Stetson
Containing the result of a cross-national learn undertaking on abortion politics in 11 democratic states (between the Sixties and 2000), this quantity marks significant development in abortion learn. It develops a entire study layout to check even if women's coverage corporations (institutional teams meant to enhance the prestige of ladies) have functioned as priceless and powerful allies of women's routine. It explores their efforts to realize entry to strength arenas and safe abortion legislation that coincide with feminist targets. certainly, those findings represent a rigorous program of comparative method to evaluate factors from social circulation and democratic idea bearing on adaptations in kingdom feminism and stream good fortune.
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Extra resources for Abortion Politics, Women's Movements, and the Democratic State: A Comparative Study of State Feminism (Gender and Politics Series)
Spokespersons from all parties argued for maintaining the existing abortion law. In the case of the Austrian People's Party, the new debate marked a political turning point. In the 19705, the Austrian People's Party had opposed abortion law reform, especially the right of women to choose. The party was explicitly Christian and traditionally deeply connected with Catholicism, and for them abortions were against Christian moral standards. However, because the traditional political base has splintered since the 19705, Austrian political parties have entered into greater competition with each other.
Social Democratic Party leader Otto Bauer placed the demand for abortion reform within the broader context of sex education and also the party's goal of providing more rational, more hygienic, and more humane methods of birth control (Kopl 1983). Social Democrats had no chance to realize or even promote their demands in the inter-war period. They were confronted by stalwart Catholic opposition in the society and the traditional conservatism of the Catholic 18 conservative majority in Parliament, and finally overwhelmed by economic crises and unemployment, civil war, and the rise of fascism.
Finally, in 1992 the former under- secretary of state for women's affairs was granted the status of a minister, which remained until the right-wing government abolished it in spring 2000. However, there was a considerable involvement in the debate by the women's organization of the Social Democratic Party; and it played a major role in the process of developing the abortion reform of 1974, supporting and transmitting * REGINA KOPL 25 feminist demands within the Social Democratic Party as well as in parliamentary decision-making.
Abortion Politics, Women's Movements, and the Democratic State: A Comparative Study of State Feminism (Gender and Politics Series) by Dorothy McBride Stetson