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Gender Quotas and Women's Substantive Representation: Lessons from Argentina
Unformatted Document Text:  23 Jones, Mark P. 2004. "The Recruitment and Selection of Legislative Candidates in Argentina" Paper presented at "Pathways to Power: Political Recruitment and Democracy in Latin America. Wake Forest University, April 2-4. Kathlene, Lyn. 1994. "Power and Influence in State Legislative Policymaking: The Interaction of Gender and Position in Committee Hearing Debates." American Political Science Review 88(3): 560-576. Krook, Mona Lena. 2005. Politicizing Representation: Campaigns for Gender Quotas Worldwide. Political Science, Columbia University. Ph.D. Krook, Mona Lena. 2007. "Candidate Gender Quotas: a Framework for Analysis." European Journal of Political Research 46: 367-394. Lubertino, María José. 2003. "Pioneering Quotas: The Argentine Experience and Beyond." The Implementation of Quotas: The Latin American Experiences. Lima, Peru. Mansbridge, Jane. 1999. "Should Blacks Represent Blacks and Women Represent Women? A Contingent 'Yes'" Journal of Politics 61(3): 628-657. Mansbridge, Jane. 2005. "Quota Problems: Combating the Dangers of Essentialism." Politics and Gender 1(4): 622-638. Marx, Jutta, Jutta Borner and Mariana Caminotti. 2007. Las Legisladoras: Cupos de Género y Política en Argentina y Brasil. Buenos Aires, Siglo XXI. Nanivadekar, Medha. 2006. "Are Quotas a Good Idea? The Indian Experience with Reserved Seats for Women." Politics and Gender 2(1): 119-128. Paxton, Pamela, and Sheri Kunovich. 2003. "Pathways to Power: the Role of Political Parties in Women's National Political Representation" American Journal of Sociology 11(2): 505-552. Perceval, Maria Cristina. 2001. Avis Rarae: Impacto de la Ley de Cupo en la Argentina (1991- 1998). Buenos Aires, PROLEAD-BID. Phillips, Anne. 1995. The Politics of Presence. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Piscopo, Jennifer M. 2006. Engineering Quotas in Latin America. CILAS Working Paper Series, #23. San Diego, Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, University of California. Pitkin, Hanna. 1967. The Concept of Representation. Berkeley: The University of California Press. Poggione, Sarah. 2004. "Exploring Gender Differences in State Legislators' Policy Preferences." Political Research Quarterly 57(2): 305-314.

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Jones, Mark P. 2004. "The Recruitment and Selection of Legislative Candidates in Argentina"
Paper presented at "Pathways to Power: Political Recruitment and Democracy in Latin
America. Wake Forest University, April 2-4.
Kathlene, Lyn. 1994. "Power and Influence in State Legislative Policymaking: The Interaction of
Gender and Position in Committee Hearing Debates." American Political Science Review
88(3): 560-576.
Krook, Mona Lena. 2005. Politicizing Representation: Campaigns for Gender Quotas
Worldwide. Political Science, Columbia University. Ph.D.
Krook, Mona Lena. 2007. "Candidate Gender Quotas: a Framework for Analysis." European
Journal of Political Research 46: 367-394.
Lubertino, María José. 2003. "Pioneering Quotas: The Argentine Experience and Beyond." The
Implementation of Quotas: The Latin American Experiences. Lima, Peru.
Mansbridge, Jane. 1999. "Should Blacks Represent Blacks and Women Represent Women? A
Contingent 'Yes'" Journal of Politics 61(3): 628-657.
Mansbridge, Jane. 2005. "Quota Problems: Combating the Dangers of Essentialism." Politics
and Gender 1(4): 622-638.
Marx, Jutta, Jutta Borner and Mariana Caminotti. 2007. Las Legisladoras: Cupos de Género y
Política en Argentina y Brasil. Buenos Aires, Siglo XXI.
Nanivadekar, Medha. 2006. "Are Quotas a Good Idea? The Indian Experience with Reserved
Seats for Women." Politics and Gender 2(1): 119-128.
Paxton, Pamela, and Sheri Kunovich. 2003. "Pathways to Power: the Role of Political Parties in
Women's National Political Representation" American Journal of Sociology 11(2): 505-
552.
Perceval, Maria Cristina. 2001. Avis Rarae: Impacto de la Ley de Cupo en la Argentina (1991-
1998). Buenos Aires, PROLEAD-BID.
Phillips, Anne. 1995. The Politics of Presence. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Piscopo, Jennifer M. 2006. Engineering Quotas in Latin America. CILAS Working Paper Series,
#23. San Diego, Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, University of California.
Pitkin, Hanna. 1967. The Concept of Representation. Berkeley: The University of California
Press.
Poggione, Sarah. 2004. "Exploring Gender Differences in State Legislators' Policy Preferences."
Political Research Quarterly 57(2): 305-314.


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