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Publications

Publications

Journal articles

Charles, N and Mackay, F (2013 forthcoming) ‘Feminist politics and framing contests: domestic violence policy Scotland and Wales’, Critical Social Policy

Charles, N and Jones, S (2013) ‘Grey men in grey suits’: gender and political representation in local government’ in Contemporary Wales

Jones, S, Charles, N and Davies, C A (2009) ‘Transforming masculinist political cultures? Doing politics in new political institutions’, in Sociological Research Online, 14 (2/3)

Books

Charles, N and Davies, C A (eds) (2010) Gender and Social Justice in Wales, University of Wales Press: Cardiff

Book chapters

Charles, N (2010) 'The refuge movement and domestic violence policies in Wales' in E Breitenbach and P Thane (eds) What difference did the vote make? Women and citizenship in Britain and Ireland in the 20th century, Continuum

Charles, N and Jones, S (2010) ‘Developing a domestic abuse strategy’ in N Charles and C A Davies (eds) Gender and Social Justice in Wales, University of Wales Press: Cardiff

Charles N (2010) ‘Setting the scene: devolution, gender politics and social justice’ in Charles N and Davies CA (eds) Gender and social justice in Wales, Cardiff University Press, 2010

Charles N and Davies C A (2010) ‘The future’ in Charles N and Davies CA (eds) Gender and social justice in Wales, Cardiff University Press

Invited presentations

Presenter and panel member at ‘One in Five – a one-day national conference on women’s participation in the political process’ NUSAWT conference, London, June 2008

‘Women in local and devolved government: making a difference?’, paper presented to the Government Equalities Office seminar, ‘Why equality matters: The Representation of Women in Public Life, London’, November 2008

‘Gender and political culture at the National Assembly for Wales’, paper presented to the Welsh Institute for Social and Cultural Affairs Seminar, Bangor, March 2008

‘Feminist politics and domestic violence policies in the context of devolution’, paper presented as part of the ESRC seminar series ‘What difference did the vote make? Women and citizenship in Britain from enfranchisement to the present’ UCL, London, November 2005 (to be published as a chapter in E.Breitenbach and P.Thane (eds) Women and citizenship in Britain and Ireland, Continuum).

Conference papers

‘Gender, ethnicity and political processes: methodological questions’ (with Khursheed Wadia), paper presented to the Political Studies Association Women’s Section meeting, ‘Doing gender? Methods and methodologies for researching gender and political institutions’ Birkbeck, London, 2006

‘Challenging masculinist political cultures? Experiences of devolved government in Wales’, paper presented to the Engendering Politics and Devolution Conference, University of Warwick, February 2008

‘Gender balance, political culture and working environment in the National Assembly for Wales’, paper presented to the British Sociological Association Conference, University of Warwick, 2008

‘Voluntary sector engagement: views from above and below’, paper presented to the Wales Council for Voluntary Action Research Network Conference, Cardiff, September 2008

‘Engendering devolution: comparing domestic violence politics and policy in Scotland and Wales’ (with Fiona Mackay), paper presented to the Engendering Policy & Devolution Conference, University of Warwick, November 2008

Panel presentatation ‘What difference do women political representatives make?’, dissemination conference, Swansea, January 2009

‘Women in local and devolved government: making a difference?’, paper presented to the British Sociological Association Conference, April 2009, Cardiff

‘Working in local and devolved government: doing gender and practising politics’, paper presented at the Researching Work and Learning, 6th international conference, Denmark, July 2009 (PDF Document)

‘Masculinities at work: politics, work and gender in local and national government in Wales’, paper presented to the Gender, Work and Organization conference, June 21st -23rd 2010

‘Women and political citizenship in Wales’ paper presented at the 3rd European Conference on Politics and Gender, 21-23 March, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona and at the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, 3-5 April, London 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published article:

Transforming masculinist political cultures? Doing politics in new political insitutions

Stephanie Jones, Nickie Charles and Charlotte Davies

in Sociological Research Online 14 (2/3)

http://www.socresonline.org.uk/14/2/1.html

 

Research findings

English(PDF Document)

Cymraeg (PDF Document)