Changing frames: the discursive influence of the women's movements of New Zealand and Australia
This thesis examines the discursive influence of women’s movement activity in New Zealand and Australia from 1970 to 2000. The aim is to further understanding about how and when social movements influence cultural norms and reframe public policy. While there exists extensive sociological research into the conditions under which social movements emerge in societies, there is little empirical research into the effect of these phenomena. Similarly, the influence of social movements is...[Show more]
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