Index
Abortion, 23, 31, 117, 119, 122–24,
158, 168, 170, 175 n.5, 180 n.9
Acker, Joan, 34
Affirmative action policies, 35, 134,
183 n.2. See also Discrimination:
positive
Albelda, Randy, 180 n.5
Allison, Anne, 24
Androgynous solutions. See Gender
equality
Austrian Freedom Party (fpö), 129
Austrian People’s Party (övp), 41, 118,
126, 129
Authority, 46; exclusion from 18–27;
and gendered exclusion under cap-
italism 22–24, 36; and gendered ex-
clusion under state socialism, 24–26,
36; legal-rational, 18–19; state social-
ist, 19
Baker, Paula, 34
Baxter, Janeen, 180 n.5
Beauvoir, Simone de, 179 n.1
Beijing World Congress, 130
Benk˝ o, Pálné, 2
Birkelund, Elisabeth Gunn, 180 n.5
Birth rate, 31, 72, 113, 122–23, 175 n.5,
183 n.8
Bismarck, 185 n.23
Böröcz, József, 19–20, 51, 177 n.8
Bourdieu, Pierre, 19, 43, 77, 95, 97, 182
n.14
Browner, Carol, 23
Bruszt, László, 19, 29, 105
Buchmayr, Renate, 119
Bureau of Labor Supply (Hungary), 140
Cadre politics, 12, 43–45, 51, 67, 69–
71, 76, 148, 178 n.12, 184 n.14
Capital: types of, 19, 36, 43, 49–51, 77;
cultural (educational), 19–20, 26, 36,
45, 47, 49–53, 56–58, 77–82, 89–93,
96, 103, 151, 153–54, 178 n.15; cul-
tural (inherited), 50, 52, 56, 60, 91,
151; economic, 19, 36, 49–50, 53, 57–
58, 60, 79, 81, 94, 96, 100, 103, 151,
153; political, 20, 26, 36, 44, 46, 49–
51, 53, 55, 58, 60, 77, 81–89, 100,
103, 152, 156, 177 n.7; reproductive,
25, 77, 95–97, 100–101, 103, 156;
social, 19–20, 100
Ceausescu, 31
Census: summary data, 5
Central Statistical Office (Hungary),
13–14, 163
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