This paper is a response to articles by Renée Ann Cramer, Sarah Cote Hampson and Stephanie McNulty. These articles examine the role of stereotypes and culture in perpetuating traditional gender norms and beliefs about women, as well as the limits of laws and policies created with the intention of supporting gender equality. These articles find that in each area of research, policies intended to support women and their specific needs in their professional, governmental, and reproductive lives are failing to promote equality. Each article examines a different area in life that a woman may experience. However, overlapping themes such as culture, masculinity, stereotypes, as well as institutions and limitations in law and policies all contribute to the lack of success in policies regarding gender equality.
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