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Women, Civil Society and the Geopolitics of Democratization (Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality) Hardcover – March 17, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-0415872256 ISBN-10: 0415872251

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Denise M. Horn is an Assistant Professor of International Affairs at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Her research examines the effects of US foreign funding in the development of civil society in transitional states, particularly in the areas of women's issues and women's NGOs.

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Denise M. Horn is an Assistant Professor of International Affairs and Political Science at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. She is the author of Women, Civil Society and the Geopolitics of Democratization (Routledge 2010; paperback edition 2012) and Democratic Governance and Social Entrepreneurship: Civic Participation and the Future of Democracy (Routledge 2013). Her research explores the relationship of civil society development to democratic growth, focusing on transnational activism and trends in global development. She is a frequent contributor to University of Venus, a blog featured on Insidehighered.com and The Guardian website. Her work is based on work and observation in a number of countries, including Thailand, India, Indonesia, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, South Africa, Estonia and Moldova.

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