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Region, Class and Gender: A European Comparison (Progress in Planning). November 1984, Elsevier Science Pub Co. Paperback in English. Libraries near you: WorldCat.
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The European Commission defines gender planning as ‘an active approach to planning which takes gender as a key variable or criterion and which seeks to incorporate an explicit gender dimension into policy or action’.
It offers an outlet for extended papers in the field of planning. Each issue comprises a single monograph of between 20,000 and 35,000 words
It offers an outlet for extended papers in the field of planning. Each issue comprises a single monograph of between 20,000 and 35,000 words. It offers an outlet for extended papers in the field of planning.
This publication summarises the main results of the Gender Equality Index 2015 for the European Union (EU) and its Member States. It presents scores for 2005, 2010 and 2012, allowing for an assessment of the progress made in the pursuit of gender equality in the EU over time. This publication summarises the main results of the Gender Equality Index 2015 for the European Union (EU) and its Member States.
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Cooke, P. (1984) 'Regions, Class and Gender: A European Comparison', Progress. in Planning, 22, 89-146. Hamnett, C. (1989) 'Consumption and Class in Contemporary Britain', in C. Hamnett et a. .eds), The Changing Social Structure (London: Sage), pp. 199-243
Cooke, P. Cooke, P. (e. (1986) Global Restructuring, Local Response (London: ESRC). 199-243. and Randolph, B. (1986) 'The Role of Labour and Housing Markets in the Production of Geographical Variations in Social Stratification', in K. Hoggart and E. Kofinan (eds), Political Geography and Social Stratification (London: Croom Helm), pp. 213-46.
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