By Linda Briskin, Mona Eliasson
Women's Organizing and Public coverage in Canada and Sweden highlights the impression of women's organizing at the framing and imposing of public coverage, the reconstituting of discourse, and the practices of unions, political events, and the country. It examines the options girls have used to arrange themselves as a vocal and politicized constituency. In so doing, it stretches definitions of organizing and of political perform, politicizes the social and the non-public, and expands conceptions of organisation. evaluating Sweden and Canada permits the mechanisms at paintings in each one society to emerge extra truly, not easy what's frequently taken without any consideration. members comprise Christina Bergqvist (Uppsala, Sweden), Linda Briskin, Barbara Cameron (York, Canada), Marianne Carlsson (Uppsala, Sweden), Rebecca Priegert Coulter (University of Western Ontario, Canada), Mona Eliasson, Georgina Feldberg (York, Canada), Sue Findlay (private pupil, Canada), Lena Gonäs (National Institute for operating lifestyles, Sweden), Wuokko Knocke (National Institute for operating lifestyles, Sweden), Catharina Landström (Linkoping, Sweden), Colleen Lundy (Carleton, Canada), Rianne Mahon (Carleton, Canada), Chantal Maillé (Concordia, Canada), Roxana Ng (Ontario Institute for reviews in schooling, Canada), Becki Ross (University of British Columbia, Canada), Lena Wängnerud (Göteborg, Sweden), and Inga Wernersson (Göteborg, Sweden).