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作者 Moghadam, Valentine
書名 The Women, Gender and Development Reader
出版項 London : Zed Books, 2011
©2011
國際標準書號 9781848135888 (electronic bk.)
9781848135871
book jacket
版本 2nd ed
說明 1 online resource (474 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
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附註 Intro -- About the editors -- List of tables and boxes -- Table 7.1 Major microfinance lending models: an overview -- Table 27.1 Regression results -- Table 27.2 Oaxaca decomposition of the gender wage gap in 1997 and 2002 -- Box 21.1 Common characterizations of the 'feminization of poverty' -- Box 21.2 Women's views on the unevenness of gendered responsibilities for dealing with poverty in The Gambia, Philippines and Costa Rica -- Introductory note -- Acknowledgements -- Sources -- Part One -- Part Two -- Part Three -- Part Four -- Part Five -- PART ONE History of international development -- theories and discourse of women, gender and development -- Introduction to Part One -- A: Historical background -- B: Theories -- C: Practice -- D: Discourse/language of WID -- Notes -- References and further reading -- 1 | The history of international development: concepts and contexts -- The origins of development -- The international divide -- Development and/as modernization -- Mapping development -- Notes -- References -- 2 | Financial crises and the impact on women: a historical note -- The nature of financial crises -- The gendered impact of financial crises -- Farming sector -- Informal work -- Migrant workers -- Informal sector and the care economy -- Note -- References -- 3 | Gender and development: theoretical perspectives -- Women in development -- Challenging the growth agenda -- From WID to gender and development -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 | Women's role in economic development -- Male and female farming systems (Chapter 1) -- Loss of status under European rule (Chapter 3) -- 5 | The invisible heart: care and the global economy -- Human development, capabilities and care -- Globalization and care -- Care and market rewards -- 6 | Feminist political ecology -- Introduction -- A brief positioning of the FPE approach
The evolving analysis of FPE -- FPE: A transformational agenda -- Note -- References -- 7 | Women and microcredit: a critical introduction -- Historical and sociocultural origins -- MFI models -- Table 7.1 Major microfinance lending models: an overview -- Microcredit and women's empowerment -- Notes -- References -- 8 | Negotiating multiple patriarchies: women and microfinance in South India -- Introduction -- Indian SHGs: women-owned and -managed collectives -- Institutional players in SHG promotion and financing -- Women and banks: gendered interfaces -- Spaces for maneuver -- Subverting enterprise-promotion loans: fitting policy to reality -- Women's strategies for survival and change -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 9 | Gender as a social determinant of health: evidence, policies, and innovations -- Gendered structural determinants of health -- Intermediary factors - discriminatory values, norms, practices and behaviors -- Removing organizational plaque -- The way forward -- Notes -- References -- 10 | Peace-building and reconstruction with women: reflections on Afghanistan, Iraq, and Palestine -- Afghanistan -- Iraq -- Palestine -- Peace-building, reconstruction, and gender justice -- Reconstruction with women: concluding thoughts -- Notes -- References -- 11 | Under Western eyes: feminist scholarship and colonial discourses -- 'Women' as category of analysis, or: we are all sisters in struggle -- Women and the development process -- Notes -- References -- 12 | Do Muslim women really need saving? Anthropological reflections on cultural relativism and its others -- Cultural explanations and the mobilization of women -- Politics of the veil -- Beyond the rhetoric of salvation -- References -- 13 | The 'gender lens': a racial blinder? -- Introduction -- Defining terms -- A paradoxical relationship -- The gender 'lens' -- Race in GAD
Race and expertise -- Development and the construction of difference -- References -- 14 | From missionaries to microcredit? 'Race', gender and agency in neoliberal development -- References -- 15 | Development's encounter with sexuality: essentialism and beyond -- Conceptualizing 'sex': essentialism and constructivism -- Development's encounters with sexuality -- Reflections and recommendations -- References -- PART TWO Households, families and work -- Introduction to Part Two -- A: Women's unpaid work -- B: Households and capitalism -- C: Violence in households -- D: Female-headed households -- References and further reading -- 16 | Accounting for women's work: the progress of two decades -- Assessing the problem -- Subsistence production -- The informal sector -- Domestic work -- Volunteer work -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 17 | 'In the eyes of a child, a father is everything': changing constructions of fatherhood in urban Botswana? -- Rethinking fatherhood? Gender, HIV/AIDS and the rights of children -- Fatherhood in Botswana: across time and space -- Exploring changing constructions of fatherhood in Gaborone, Botswana -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- 18 | Daughters, decisions and domination: an empirical and conceptual critique of household strategies -- Problems in household research -- Empirical case studies -- Implications of household strategies -- Beyond tautologies -- Notes -- References -- 19 | Subordination and sexual control: a comparative view of the control of women -- A view across cultures -- Class domination and sexual ideology -- Sexual control and the labour market -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 20 | Discarded daughters: the patriarchal grip, dowry deaths, sex ratio imbalances and foeticide in India -- Dowry -- Too expensive? Missing female children
Dowry deaths, domestic cruelty and sex-ratio imbalances -- Looking to the future: forces for and against change -- Notes -- References -- 21 | The 'feminization of poverty' and the'feminization' of anti-poverty programmes: room for revision? -- Introduction -- What is understood by the 'feminization of poverty'? -- Box 21.1 Common characterizations of the 'feminization of poverty' -- The importance of the feminization of poverty thesis in engendering poverty analysis and poverty reduction strategies -- Problems with the 'feminization of poverty' thesis for analysis and policy -- Box 21.2 Women's views on the unevenness of gendered responsibilities for dealing with poverty in The Gambia, Philippines and Costa Rica -- Room for revising the 'feminization of poverty' thesis -- Conclusion and possible policy directions -- Notes -- References -- PART THREE Women in the global economy -- Introduction to Part Three -- A: Women and industrialization -- B: Women in the informal sector -- C: Structural adjustment and women -- References and further reading -- 22 | The subordination of women and the internationalization of factory production -- World market factories: the latest phase of the internationalization of capital -- Labour-force requirements -- The employment of women -- Where do women get their skills? -- Women's subordinaton -- Behind the mirage of docility -- Secondary status in the labour market -- The limits to liberation through factory work -- The dialectic of capital and gender -- Instability of employment -- Struggle as workers -- Struggle as women -- Notes -- References -- 23 | Maquiladoras: the view from the inside -- Looking for a job: a personal account -- Working at the maquiladora -- Conclusions -- References -- 24 | Global women -- 25 | Slavery and gender: women's double exploitation -- What is slavery?
Gender-specific forms of slavery -- Bonded labour and gender issues -- The worst forms of child labour -- Working towards ending slavery -- Conclusion -- References -- 26 | Globalization and the increase in transnational care work: the flip side -- The flip side: female transnational workers - what care do they receive? -- The flip side: their families - what care do they receive? -- The state's double bind -- Conclusion: what are the options? -- Notes -- References -- 27 | The Korean economic crisis and working women -- Status of women workers in Korea -- Effects of the crisis on women workers -- Table 27.1 Regression results -- Table 27.2 Oaxaca decomposition of the gender wage gap in 1997 and 2002 -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- PART FOUR International women in social transformation -- Introduction to Part Four -- A: Economic crises -- B: Environmental crisis -- C: State policy and women's health and reproductive rights -- D: Women and ideological change -- Notes -- References and further reading -- 28 | International financial architecture: a view from the kitchen -- Introduction -- Decontrol of the dealing room -- The gender implications of financial crises: downloading risks to the kitchen -- Social policy, gender equality and financial policy -- Three biases to avoid in building new economic architecture -- Putting social justice first: creating new spaces -- References -- 29 | 'One step forward, two steps backward' - from labor market exclusion to inclusion: a gender perspective on effects of the economic crisis in Turkey -- Gendered effects on labor market outcomes of economic crisis -- Growth strategies and women's labor market situation in Turkey -- Impact of the crisis on the country's labor market -- Effects of the crisis on provincial economies and labor markets -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References
30 | Gender, climate change and human security: lessons from Senegal
Ideal for those studying or with a keen interest in women in the development process
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鏈接 Print version: Moghadam, Valentine The Women, Gender and Development Reader London : Zed Books,c2011 9781848135871
主題 Women -- Developing countries -- Social conditions.;Women -- Developing countries -- Economic conditions.;Women in development
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