Kathleen Fallon
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Resolving the democracy paradox: Democratization and women’s legislative representation in developing nations, 1975 to 2009
KM Fallon, L Swiss, J Viterna
American Sociological Review 77 (3), 380-408, 2012
Democracy and the rise of women's movements in Sub-Saharan Africa
KM Fallon, KM Fallon
JHU Press, 2008
Democratization, women's movements, and gender-equitable states: A framework for comparison
J Viterna, KM Fallon
American Sociological Review 73 (4), 668-689, 2008
Does Critical Mass Matter? Women's Political Representation and Child Health in Developing Countries
L Swiss, KM Fallon, G Burgos
Social forces 91 (2), 531-558, 2012
How development matters: A research note on the relationship between development, democracy and women's political representation
J Viterna, KM Fallon, J Beckfield
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 49 (6), 455-477, 2008
Transforming women's citizenship rights within an emerging democratic state: The case of Ghana
KM Fallon
Gender & Society 17 (4), 525-543, 2003
Education and perceptions of social status and power among women in Larteh, Ghana
KM Fallon
Africa Today, 67-91, 1999
The development benefits of maternity leave
KM Fallon, A Mazar, L Swiss
World Development 96, 102-118, 2017
Women's transnational activism, norm cascades, and quota adoption in the developing world
L Swiss, KM Fallon
Politics & Gender 13 (3), 458-487, 2017
Wiring the world: Access to information technology and development in poor countries
YW Bradshaw, KM Fallon, J Viterna
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 23, 369-392, 2005
Decoupling international agreements from domestic policy: The state and soft repression
KM Fallon, AL Aunio, J Kim
Hum. RTs. Q. 40, 932, 2018
Revisiting Repertoire Transition: Women's Nakedness as Potent Protests in Nigeria and Kenya
KM Fallon, J Moreau
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 21 (3), 323-340, 2016
Using informal networks to seek formal political participation in Ghana
K Fallon
The Power of Women’s Informal Networks: lessons in social change from South …, 2004
4. Righting Africa? Contextualizing Notions of Women’s Right-Wing Activism in Sub-Saharan Africa
KM Fallon, J Moreau
Women of the Right, 68-80, 2021
The pathway to improving human and economic development: Girls’ secondary education, governance, and education expenditures
JM Sommer, KM Fallon
Social Forces 99 (1), 205-229, 2020
Tackling poverty through private sector microcredit programs in Ghana: Does infant and young child nutrition improve?
V Friesen
Development, Democracy, and Women's Legislative Representation: Re-visiting Existing Explanations of Gender Variation in the World's Parliaments
J Viterna, KM Fallon, J Beckfield
Michigan State University Center for Gender in Global Context, 2007
Social Movements as Women’s Political Empowerment: The Case for Measurement
KM Fallon, HE Rademacher
Measuring Women’s Political Empowerment across the Globe, 97-116, 2018
Women, Democracy, and the State
KM Fallon, J Viterna
The Sociology of Development Handbook, 414, 2016
The historical roots of a global feminist perspective and the growing global focus among US feminists
HE Rademacher, KM Fallon
The Oxford handbook of US women’s social movement activism, 172-191, 2017
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