| participants: carol bacchi|
| ||Carol Bacchi|
School of History and Politics
University of Adelaide
Other Evidence of Impact and Contributions to the Field
Bacchi, C. (2003) Fear of Food: A Diary of Mothering, Spinifex Press, Melbourne.
Nursey-Bray, Paul and Bacchi, Carol (eds) (2001) Left Directions: is there a Third Way? UWA Press, Perth.
Bacchi,C. (1999) Women, Policy and Politics: the construction of policy problems, Sage, London.
Bacchi, C. (1996) The Politics of Affirmative Action: 'Women', Equality and Category Politics, Sage, London.
Bacchi, C. (1990) Same Difference: Feminism and Sexual Difference, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.
Bacchi, C. (1983; reprinted in 1986, 1989) Liberation Deferred? The Ideas of the English-Canadian Suffragist, 1877-1918, University of Toronto Press, Toronto.
Bacchi, C. and Beasley, C. (2004 forthcoming) 'Biotechnology and the political limits of "care"', in M. Shildrick and R. Mytikiuk (eds) Rethinking Feminist Bioethics, MIT Press. Accepted April 2003. (50% of the content)
Bacchi, C. (2004 forthcoming) 'Policy: a gendering process' in P. Essed (ed) Blackwell
Companion to Gender Studies. Blackwell. Accepted April 2002.
Bacchi, C. (2004 forthcoming) 'The Practice of Affirmative Action Policies: explaining
resistances and how these affect results', in Proceedings of the Maastricht Expert
Seminar on Article 4.1, CEDAW, from the Conference held October 9-11, 2002.
Accepted April 2003.
Bacchi, C. (2001) 'Affirmative Action' in Paul Barry Clarke and Joe Foweraker (eds)
Encyclopedia of Democratic Thought, Routledge, New York.
Bacchi, C. (2001) 'Dealing with "difference"; beyond "multiple subjectivities"' in C. Bacchi and P. Nursey- Bray (eds). Left Directions. University of WA Press, Perth. pp.110-122.
Nursey-Bray, P. and Bacchi, C. (2001) 'Socialism and the Third Way' in Paul Nursey-Bray and C. Bacchi (eds) Left Directions: is there a Third Way? Perth, University of Western Australia Press, pp. 1-11. (50% of content)
Bacchi, C. (2001) 'Managing Equity' in A. Brooks and A. Mackinnon (eds) Gender and the Restructured University, Open University Press, Celtic Court. pp. 119-135.
Bacchi, C. (2000) 'Shifting Policy Frameworks: Disclosure and Discipline' in P. Corcoran and V. Spencer (eds), Disclosures. Ashgate, London. pp.100-117.
Bacchi, C. (1999) '"Rolling back the state?" Feminism, theory and policy' in L. Hancock (ed.) Women, Public Policy and the State, Macmillan, London. pp. 54-71.
Bacchi, C. (1998) 'Changing the Sexual Harassment Agenda' in M. Gatens and A. Mackinnon (eds) Gender and Institutions, Cambridge, London. pp.75-89.
Bacchi, C. (2004 forthcoming) 'Policy and Discourse: Challenging the Construction of Affirmative Action as Preferential Treatment', Journal of European Public Policy, Vol.11, No. 1. Accepted April 2003.
Bacchi, C. (2003 forthcoming) 'Mainstreaming and Neoliberalism: a contested relationship', Policy, Organization and Society. Accepted November 2003.
Bacchi, C. and Beasley, C. (2002) 'Citizen Bodies: is embodied citizenship a contradiction
in terms?' Critical Social Policy. vol. 22, no.2, 324-352. (50% of content)
Beasley, C. and Bacchi, C. (2000) 'Citizen Bodies: embodying citizens -- a feminist analysis' International Feminist Journal of Politics, vol. 2, no.3, 337-358. (50% of content).
Bacchi, C. (2000) 'The Seesaw Effect: Down Goes Affirmative Action, Up Comes Workplace Diversity', Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, vol. 5, no.2, 64-83.
Bacchi, C. (2000) 'Policy as Discourse: what does it mean? where does it get us?' Discourse, vol. 21, no.1, 49-57.
Bacchi, C. (2000) 'Policy as Discourse: What does it mean? Where does it get us?' Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 49-57.
Bacchi, C. (1999) 'Managing Diversity: a contested concept', International Review of Women and Leadership, vol. 5, no. 2, 1-8.
I was elected a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in 2000.
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|Carol Bacchi, Fear of Food: A Diary of Mothering, North Melbourne, Spinifex, 2003. [details]|