Archives par mot-clé : Politisation

« La politique malgré elles »

Mobilisations féminines catholiques en France et en Italie (1900-1914)

Della Sudda Magali, « La politique malgré elles. Mobilisations féminines catholiques en France et en Italie (1900-1914) », Revue française de science politique, 2010/1 (Vol. 60), p. 37-60

Femmes de France, Mères chrétiennes! Tract de la Ligue patriotique des Françaises, 1905, Archives de l’Action catholique des femmes.

Résumé: À travers l’étude comparée de deux associations catholiques, la Ligue patriotique des Françaises (LPDF) et l’Union des femmes catholiques d’Italie (Unione fra le donne cattoliche d’Italia : UDCI), cet article met au jour les effets du genre et le rôle de l’Église dans l’apprentissage du jeu démocratique. Aux côtés des hommes catholiques en politique, les ligueuses françaises mettent en place un répertoire féminin conservateur de l’action collective et investissent la compétition électorale. En revanche, le contexte politique et religieux italien ne laisse pas d’espace pour une telle intervention des catholiques italiennes aux côtés de l’Union électorale masculine. Cet article éclaire ainsi les différentes voies de la politique avant le suffrage.

Version française: https://www.cairn.info/revue-francaise-de-science-politique-2010-1-page-37.htm

Summary: Politics before suffrage : Politicization, gender and catholicism in french and italian catholic women’s movements (1900-1914). Through a comparative study of two Catholic associations, the Ligue patriotique des Françaises (French Women’s Patriotic League, LPDF) and the Unione fra le donne cattoliche d’Italia (Union of CatholicWomenof Italy, UDCI), this article sheds some light on the role of gender and the Church in the politicization process. Working alongside Roman Catholic politicians, the women in the LPDF established a conservative feminine repertoire of collective action and participated, albeit indirectly, in electoral politics. The Italian political and religious context, in contrast, did not allow any such scope for Catholic women to get involved in politics. This article aims to gain some new insight into the various ways conservative women did politics before their eventual enfranchisement.

English version : https://www.cairn-int.info/article-E_RFSP_601_0037–politics-despite-themselves.htm?DocId=41975&hits=13351+13350+13148+13147+12028+12027+11487+11486+31+30+17+16+

« When male heterosexual leaders politicize gender and sexual issues »

The logic of representation in the 2014 Bordeaux municipal election campaign

Arambourou Clément, Della Sudda Magali, Bugnon Fanny, Marneur Victor, Neyrat Frédéric et Paoletti Marion, “When male heterosexual leaders politicize gender and sexual issues: The logic of representation in the 2014 Bordeaux municipal election campaign”, French Politics, 14(1), avril 2016, p. 83-100.

Summary: Gender and sexual politics were major issues during the 2014 French municipal elections campaign. A few weeks before the election, France experienced large-scale campaigns against gay marriage and gender equality policies. The aim of this article is to question the relationship between descriptive and substantive representation in the context of the municipal election campaign in Bordeaux. In the context of the ‘demo for all’, the return of a religious-based opposition between ‘moral order and permissiveness’ calls for further investigation. This article thus offers an original point of view based on fieldwork at the municipal level and polling data.

Available here: https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-02156547/file/DELLA%20SUDDA%20When%20male%20French%20politics%202016.pdf

Editor: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1057/fp.2015.23