) argues there are three types of Bolivian women's movements ‘ideologically polarized’ in the 1990s: liberal, NGO-based ‘gender technocracy’ and anarcho-feminism. In her view, CIDEM falls within the category of gender technocracy because focusing on one
Amanda J. Reinke
quote. The resulting technocracy is what he terms ‘technical superiority’ over other organisational systems, in which bureaucracy marshals speed, clarity of procedure and knowledge, and practical precision such that it is the optimal organising
What Can the Anthropology of Postsocialism Offer to European Anthropology?
as Northern England, have brought about the feminisation of poverty and the development of solidarity networks that could be fruitfully compared with those developed in post-socialism. The lack of political engagement and the rise of technocracy are