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The Resource Gender and judging, edited by Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw

Gender and judging, edited by Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw

Label
Gender and judging
Title
Gender and judging
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
GXR
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Schultz, Ulrike
Dewey number
347.014
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Shaw, Gisela
  • Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law
Series statement
Oñati International series in law and society
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Judges
  • Women judges
  • Sex
  • Judicial ethics
  • Judicial process
  • Justice, Administration of
Label
Gender and judging, edited by Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Published for the Oñati Institute for the Sociology of Law."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • First Female Judges in the Weimar Republic in Germany: Reflections on Difference
  • Marion Röwekamp
  • Feminisation of the French "Magistrature": Gender and Judging in a Feminised Context
  • Anne Boigeol
  • "I was noticed and I was asked ..." Women's Careers in the Judiciary: Results of an empirical study for the Ministry of Justice in Northrhine-Westfalia, Germany
  • Ulrike Schultz
  • Women Judges and Magistrates in Kenya: Challenges, Opportunities and Contributions
  • Winifred Kamau
  • The Impact of Women on the Administration of Justice in Syria and the Judicial Selection Process
  • Monique C. Cardinal
  • Gender and Judging: Overview and Synthesis
  • Skills for Judicial Work: Comparing Women Judges and Women Magistrates
  • Kathy Mack and Sharyn Roach Anleu
  • Professional Stress, Discrimination and Coping Strategies: Similarities and Differences between Female and Male Judges in Switzerland
  • Revital Ludewig and Juan LaLlave
  • Gendered Experiences of a Judge in Germany
  • Ruth Herz
  • Women Judges in the Netherlands
  • Bregje Dijksterhuis
  • Gender and Judging in Traditional and Modern Societies: A Comparison of Two Case Studies (Ivory Coast and Italy)
  • Maria Rita Bartolomei
  • Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw
  • Gender Arguments and Gender Perspective in Legal Judgments in Argentina
  • Andrea L. Gastron, M. Angela Amante and Ruben Rodriguez
  • Do Women on South Africa's Courts Make a Difference?
  • Ruth B. Cowan
  • "May it Please the Court" Forming Sexualities as Judicial Virtues in Judicial Swearing-in Ceremonies
  • Leslie J. Moran
  • Let History Judge? Gender, Race, Class and Performative Identity: A Study of Women Judges in England and Wales
  • Hilary Sommerlad
  • Must Feminist Judges Self-identify as Feminists?
  • Beverley Baines
  • Becoming the First Women Judges in Ontario: Women Lawyers, Gender and the Politics of Judicial Appointment
  • Justice Marcia Neave: Case Study of a Feminist Judge
  • Rosemary Hunter
  • What's in a Label? Argentine Judges' Reluctance to Call Themselves Feminists
  • Beatriz Kohen
  • A Feminist Adjudication Process: Is There Such a Thing?
  • Reg Graycar
  • Which Judicial Selection Systems Generate the Most Women Judges? Lessons from the United States
  • Sally J. Kenney
  • Gender Quotas for the Judiciary in England and Wales
  • Kate Malleson
  • Mary Jane Mossman
  • Rethinking Judicial Diversity
  • Erika Rackley
  • Gender and Judicial Education in India
  • Ann Stewart
  • Gender and Judicial Education in Japan
  • Kayo Minamino
  • Engendering the Judiciary: Lessons from the Philippines
  • Atsuko Miwa
  • Gender Training for the Judiciary in Cambodia
  • Keiko Sawa
  • Profiles in Leadership: Eminent Women Judges in the United States
  • Do German Judges Need Gender Education?
  • Ulrike Schultz
  • Elaine Martin
  • The Entry and Integration of Women into Judicial Positions in Israel
  • Eyal Katvan
Control code
FIEb17355655
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxxiii, 606 pages
Isbn
9781841136400
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)854664894
Label
Gender and judging, edited by Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw
Publication
Note
"Published for the Oñati Institute for the Sociology of Law."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • First Female Judges in the Weimar Republic in Germany: Reflections on Difference
  • Marion Röwekamp
  • Feminisation of the French "Magistrature": Gender and Judging in a Feminised Context
  • Anne Boigeol
  • "I was noticed and I was asked ..." Women's Careers in the Judiciary: Results of an empirical study for the Ministry of Justice in Northrhine-Westfalia, Germany
  • Ulrike Schultz
  • Women Judges and Magistrates in Kenya: Challenges, Opportunities and Contributions
  • Winifred Kamau
  • The Impact of Women on the Administration of Justice in Syria and the Judicial Selection Process
  • Monique C. Cardinal
  • Gender and Judging: Overview and Synthesis
  • Skills for Judicial Work: Comparing Women Judges and Women Magistrates
  • Kathy Mack and Sharyn Roach Anleu
  • Professional Stress, Discrimination and Coping Strategies: Similarities and Differences between Female and Male Judges in Switzerland
  • Revital Ludewig and Juan LaLlave
  • Gendered Experiences of a Judge in Germany
  • Ruth Herz
  • Women Judges in the Netherlands
  • Bregje Dijksterhuis
  • Gender and Judging in Traditional and Modern Societies: A Comparison of Two Case Studies (Ivory Coast and Italy)
  • Maria Rita Bartolomei
  • Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw
  • Gender Arguments and Gender Perspective in Legal Judgments in Argentina
  • Andrea L. Gastron, M. Angela Amante and Ruben Rodriguez
  • Do Women on South Africa's Courts Make a Difference?
  • Ruth B. Cowan
  • "May it Please the Court" Forming Sexualities as Judicial Virtues in Judicial Swearing-in Ceremonies
  • Leslie J. Moran
  • Let History Judge? Gender, Race, Class and Performative Identity: A Study of Women Judges in England and Wales
  • Hilary Sommerlad
  • Must Feminist Judges Self-identify as Feminists?
  • Beverley Baines
  • Becoming the First Women Judges in Ontario: Women Lawyers, Gender and the Politics of Judicial Appointment
  • Justice Marcia Neave: Case Study of a Feminist Judge
  • Rosemary Hunter
  • What's in a Label? Argentine Judges' Reluctance to Call Themselves Feminists
  • Beatriz Kohen
  • A Feminist Adjudication Process: Is There Such a Thing?
  • Reg Graycar
  • Which Judicial Selection Systems Generate the Most Women Judges? Lessons from the United States
  • Sally J. Kenney
  • Gender Quotas for the Judiciary in England and Wales
  • Kate Malleson
  • Mary Jane Mossman
  • Rethinking Judicial Diversity
  • Erika Rackley
  • Gender and Judicial Education in India
  • Ann Stewart
  • Gender and Judicial Education in Japan
  • Kayo Minamino
  • Engendering the Judiciary: Lessons from the Philippines
  • Atsuko Miwa
  • Gender Training for the Judiciary in Cambodia
  • Keiko Sawa
  • Profiles in Leadership: Eminent Women Judges in the United States
  • Do German Judges Need Gender Education?
  • Ulrike Schultz
  • Elaine Martin
  • The Entry and Integration of Women into Judicial Positions in Israel
  • Eyal Katvan
Control code
FIEb17355655
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxxiii, 606 pages
Isbn
9781841136400
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)854664894

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