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Emancipation and Gender Equality in the Croatian Context


Anić, Rebeka Jadranka
Emancipation and Gender Equality in the Croatian Context // Gender and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe / Elżbieta Adamiak - Małgorzata Chrząstowska - Charlotte Methuen - Sonia Sobkowiak (ur.).
Poznań (Poljska): Adam Mickiewicz University - Faculty of Theology, 2009. str. 165-187


Naslov
Emancipation and Gender Equality in the Croatian Context

Autori
Anić, Rebeka Jadranka

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Gender and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe

Urednik/ci
Elżbieta Adamiak - Małgorzata Chrząstowska - Charlotte Methuen - Sonia Sobkowiak

Izdavač
Adam Mickiewicz University - Faculty of Theology

Grad
Poznań (Poljska)

Godina
2009

Raspon stranica
165-187

ISBN
978-83-61884-88-0

Ključne riječi
Women, men, gender, emancipation, equality, Church, housework, priests, nuns, gender socialization, gender identity, gender roles

Sažetak
The first part of this article explores the discrepancies between equality proclaimed by law and its implementation, focussing on the question of how emancipation is occurring on the macro and the micro level. After discussion of how the social context has created differences between proclaimed and actual emancipation in Croatia, the article presents the results of a study done by Target agency in October and November 2005 on the initiative of the Franciscan Institute for the Culture of Peace in which respondents were asked to express their opinions about emancipation and equality. The answers offer an indication of opinions of Croatian citizens about the actual level of emancipation and equality in Croatia and how important they think these issues are for the future development of society. They were asked not only about the situation in the workplace, but also their understanding of the value of emancipation for society and their view of gender appropriate tasks in the household. The article explores the relationship between these difference sets of responses and their implications for the future development of emancipation and equality. The article also discusses results relating to gender socialization and changes of social concepts of manhood and womanhood. The second part of the article offers a brief consideration of gender equality within the Church of Croatia based on the data analysis of a Franciscan Institute for the Culture of Peace survey.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija, Teologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
194-1941560-1542 - Religijski pluralizam, postmoderni religijski pokreti i hrvatski identitet (Stipan Tadić, )

Ustanove
Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Jadranka Rebeka Anić, (277285)