Editorial: special issue on gender and the far right

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Fangen, Katrine & Inger Skjelsbæk (2020) Editorial: special issue on gender and the far right, Politics, Religion & Ideology 21(4): 411–415.

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​Debates about, as well as changes in, gender norms and gender policies have great potential for political mobilization: they encircle social and political developments as movements towards societal stabilization—or its opposite, destabilization. Contested issues include abor- tion, family policy, whether women are by nature more suited for childcare than men, sex education in schools, teaching of gender studies at universities, views on sexual minorities (including homosexuals' right to marry and to adopt children). Positions on these issues follow political dividing lines, with the far right at one end of the spectrum.

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