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The female singers experiences of socialist gender politics reflect the dynamic relationship between the official discourse of gender and its everyday performance. Studies addressing gender politics in socialist societies generally aim to assess the success of the socialist policy of gender equality and determine the extent of socialisms failure. The most common claim is that, despite the formal rights they obtained, women remained subordinate. Scholars describe the ideology of equality as just a thin layer over almost untouched patriarchy, which did not correspond to social reality.

Keywords: female singers; socialist gender politics

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