Contrary to many Western interpretations, women in the Czech Republic are benefiting from the economic and social transformation by seizing new professions and lifestyles. Yet perceptions of their role in society remain muddled by JAROSLAVA STASTNA POST-COMMUNIST EUROPE’S POLITICAL, economic, and social transformation has profound implications for women’s role in society, for popular perceptions of […]

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