Publication
Title
Other identities in ethnofederations : womens and sexual minorities advocacy in Belgium
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Abstract
This article considers the experience of the impact of ethnofederations on social identities that cut across such an ethnic divide. Based on a series of in-depth interviews focusing on the structure and operation of womens and lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender movement organizations in Belgium, we demonstrate that these groups experience constraints of the dominant ethno-linguistic identity. These results in a federalism disadvantage for identities cross-cutting the ethnic divide, the result of which is a neglect of policy competencies situated at the federal level.
Language
English
Source (journal)
National identities. - Abingdon, 1999, currens
Publication
Abingdon : 2017
ISSN
1460-8944 [print]
1469-9907 [online]
Volume/pages
19:4(2017), p. 415-432
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Last edited 03.10.2017
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