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Explaining Legislators’ Actions on Behalf of Women in the Parliamentary Party Group : The Role of Attitudes, Resources, and Opportunities

Bibliographic reference Erzeel, Silvia. Explaining Legislators’ Actions on Behalf of Women in the Parliamentary Party Group : The Role of Attitudes, Resources, and Opportunities. In: Journal of Women, Politics & Policy : a quarterly journal of research & policy studies, Vol. 36, no.4, p. 440-463 (2015)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/173214
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