Mala Htun
Mala Htun
Professor of Political Science, University of New Mexico
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The civic origins of progressive policy change: Combating violence against women in global perspective, 1975–2005
M Htun, SL Weldon
American Political Science Review 106 (3), 548-569, 2012
Sex and the state: abortion, divorce, and the family under Latin American dictatorships and democracies
MN Htun, M Htun, H Mala
Cambridge University Press, 2003
Engendering the right to participate in decision-making: electoral quotas and women’s leadership in Latin America
MN Htun, MP Jones
Gender and the politics of rights and democracy in Latin America, 32-56, 2002
From" racial democracy" to affirmative action: changing state policy on race in Brazil
M Htun
Latin American Research Review, 60-89, 2004
Is gender like ethnicity? The political representation of identity groups
M Htun
Perspectives on Politics 2 (3), 439-458, 2004
When do governments promote women's rights? A framework for the comparative analysis of sex equality policy
M Htun, SL Weldon
Perspectives on Politics 8 (1), 207-216, 2010
Feminist mobilisation and progressive policy change: why governments take action to combat violence against women
SL Weldon, M Htun
Gender & development 21 (2), 231-247, 2013
Gender, parties, and support for equal rights in the Brazilian Congress
M Htun, TJ Power
Latin American Politics and Society 48 (4), 83-104, 2006
The logics of gender justice: State action on women's rights around the world
M Htun, SL Weldon
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Mujeres y poder político en Latinoamérica
M Htun
Mujeres en el Parlamento: Más allá de los números, 2002
Inclusion without representation in Latin America: Gender quotas and ethnic reservations
M Htun
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Women, political parties and electoral systems in Latin America
M Htun
Women in parliament: Beyond numbers, 112-121, 2005
Puzzles of women's rights in Brazil
M Htun
Social Research: An International Quarterly 69 (3), 733-751, 2002
Political inclusion of marginalized groups: indigenous reservations and gender parity in Bolivia
M Htun, JP Ossa
Politics, Groups, and Identities 1 (1), 4-25, 2013
Does women's presence change legislative behavior? Evidence from Argentina, 1983–2007
M Htun, M Lacalle, JP Micozzi
Journal of Politics in Latin America 5 (1), 95-125, 2013
A política de cotas na América Latina
M Htun
Revista Estudos Feministas 9, 225-230, 2001
Women and Democracy
MN Htun
State power, religion, and women's rights: A comparative analysis of family law
M Htun, SL Weldon
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 18 (1), 145-165, 2011
What it means to study gender and the state
M Htun
Politics & Gender 1 (1), 157, 2005
Women in politics and policy in Latin America and the Caribbean
M Htun, J Piscopo
Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum CPPF Working Papers on Women in Politics …, 2014
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