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Anti-Gender Movements in 21st Century

Maja Gergorić orcid id ; Fakultet političkih znanosti, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska

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str. 149-167

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The beginning of the 21st century was marked by the emergence and geographical‎ spread of anti-gender movements in Europe and Latin America. The analysed‎ research articles were selected through the Google Scholar academic search‎ engine with the basic criterion for inclusion in the analysis being the mention of the‎ term 'anti-gender' in the title, abstract, or the body of the text. Sixty-two papers on‎ the subject of anti-gender movements have been included in the analysis, and the‎ review is structured according to the main analytical approaches in social movements‎ studies: regarding cultural artefacts and discursive frames, organizational‎ characteristics and activist networks, and the structure of political opportunities.‎ The article also analyses the conceptual definitions, the methods used, and the‎ geographical coverage of the research. Based on the content analysis the author‎ concludes the presence of heterogeneity in terms of the conceptual definition, homogeneity‎ when it comes to methods and geographical coverage, and the prevalence‎ of cultural artefacts and discursive frameworks when analysing anti-gender‎ movements.‎

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social movements; gender ideology; anti-gender movements; contentiouspolitics; radical right

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