1 Department of History, Faculty of Humanities, SDU2 Department of Political Science and Public Management, Faculty of Business and Social Sciences, SDU3 Department of Political Science and Public Management, Faculty of Business and Social Sciences, SDU
The article explores the rise of women's political influence, looking specifically at women's agency outside the parliamentary sphere. The article analyses how a network of influential women combined critical resources such as knowledge of families' concerns and inside information from commissions and boards with agenda-setting strategies promoting family policy reforms, even though women constituted a minority in parliament and had no permanent women's state institution.
Nora, 2015, Vol 23, Issue 1, p. 52-68
Kvindebevægelse, dansk familiepolitik, agenda-setting, statsfeminisme