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GENPARDIS (Gender and parliamentary discourse practices)

Contact person: Cornelia Ilie
Responsible: Cornelia Ilie
Funding: Vetenskapsrådet (the Swedish Research Council)
Timeframe: 2010-01-01 -- 2012-12-31
Faculty/Department: Faculty of Culture and Society, Centre for Widening Participation
Subject: Tvärvetenskap
Webpage: http://www.mah.se/~/link/510d263a03914390ab3fa80710259b23.aspx

GENPARDIS is an interdisciplinary project that explores parliamentary discourse practices (particularly in the U.K. Parliament, the Swedish Riksdagen and the French Assemblée nationale) from a gender perspective by combining relevant linguistic and rhetorical research with political history and gender studies. By taking full account of the specific historical conditions and socio-cultural traditions of the parliaments under scrutiny, the project examines the ways in which ideological commitments, socio-historical traditions, party affiliations, institutional constraints and debating styles reflect and, at the same time, foster shifting attitudes to gender relations in parliament, to female MPs’ participation in political agenda-setting, as well as to male MPs’ attitudes and reactions to female MPs’ speaking styles and institutional positioning.

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