Not found
Title Gender at work in economic life / edited by Gracia Clark.
Published Walnut Creek, Calif. : Altamira Press, c2003
Detail xvii, 277 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm
Subject
 
Added Author Clark, Gracia. How Gender Works, in the Practice of Theory and Other Social Processes
  Pyburn, K. Anne. Archaeology and the Gender without History
  Hakansson, N.Thomas. Rain and Cattle: Gendered Structures and Political Economy in Precolonial Pare, Tanzania
  Blackwood, Evelyn. Woman-Headed Households in Agrarian Societies: Not Just a Passing Phase
  Browne, Katherine E. Female Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean: A Multisited, Pilot Investigation of Gender and Work
  Milgram, B. Lynne. Women, Modernity, and the Global Economy: Negotiating Gender and Economic Difference in Ifugao, Upland Philippines
  Werner, Cynthia. Between Family and Market: Women and the New Silk Road in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan
  Rankin, Katharine N. Neoliberalism and Newar Economics of Practice: Gender and the Politics of Consciousness in a Nepalese Merchant Community
  Basu, Srimati. "Why Would She Fight Her Family?" Indian Women's Negotiations of Discourses of Inheritance
  Bautista-Vistro, Aurora. Decision Making and Flows of Income and Expenses among Households with Factory-Employed Members
  Cliggett, Lisa. "Male Wealth" and "Claims to Motherhood": Gendered Resource Access and Intergenerational Relations in the Gwembe Valley, Zambia
  Holtzman, Jon D. Age, Masculinity, and Migration: Gender and Wage Labor among Samburu Pastoralists in Northern Kenya
  Moran, Emilio F. Women and Work in a Brazilian Agricultural Frontier
  Brondizio, Eduardo S. Women and Work in a Brazilian Agricultural Frontier
  McCracken, Stephen D. Women and Work in a Brazilian Agricultural Frontier
  Siqueira, Andrea D. Women and Work in a Brazilian Agricultural Frontier
Source Types Book
My List
Item

 
Librarian Review Member Review

  Comments   

    Recently viewed