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Discourse of Gender Equality in Labor Market: Comparative Analysis of France and Russia

Student: Umid Ergashev

Supervisor: Anna Nikitichna Potsar

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This thesis paper explores how public discussion of the issue of gender inequality in the workplace promotes to the public agenda. The paper sheds light on the main issues concerning women 's discrimination at the workplace. Comparing the policies and mechanisms for overcoming the issue of two different countries: Russia and France, and using the theory of agenda-setting, we analyze to what extent the public policy and approaches of the two states towards the problem of gender inequality in the labor market differs.

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