Combining theoretical and empirical perspectives, Carisa R. Showden investigates what exactly makes an agent and how that agency influences the ways women make inherently sensitive and difficult choices. Showden reviews possible policy and legal interventions that could improve the conditions within which agency develops and positively enhance women’s ability to increase and exercise their political and personal options.
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