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1,810 words November 2001 article by Peggy Simpson, a Warsaw-based American journalist.
7,335 words Article discusses Polish women intellectuals' ideas about womanhood and women's emancipation in the second half of the nineteenth century in the Kingdom of Poland
NOTE: This link to a Journal of Women's History 13.1 article may not be accessible if you are not at a suscribing institution.
1,460 words Report on a public debate that took place in Poland during the summer of 1999 on gender discrimination in the media.
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  • FAMILY IN THE CONSTITUTION
  • FAMILY LAW - THEORY AND PRACTICE: Marriage, Women's surnames, Children's surnames, Family Responsibilities, Divorce (Joint property of spouses and its division), Childcare, Spousal and child support, Partners, Citizenship, Access to the legal system
  • A PICTURE OF A POLISH FAMILY: Children in the family, Financial situation of Polish families
  • WOMEN AND GOVERNMENTAL PRO-FAMILY POLICY PROGRAM
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  • PERSPECTIVES: Historical, Sociological, Legal And Political Perspective.
  • WOMEN AND GIRLS IN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM: Primary Education, Vocational and Secondary Education, Higher Education, Women's Studies, Employment of Women in the Field of Education.
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