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Power, Gender and Social Change in Africa
A better understanding of the links between gender, public policy and development outcomes would allow for more effective policy formulation and implementation at many levels. This book, through its discussion of the challenges, achievements and lessons learned in efforts to attain gender equality, sheds light on these important issues. The book contains chapters from an interdisciplinary group of scholars, including sociologists, economists, political scientists, scholars of law, anthropologists, historians and others. The work includes analysis of strategic gender initiatives, case studies, research, and policies as well as conceptual and theoretical pieces.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-xviii(18)

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Introduction: Power, Gender and Social Change in Africa
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Ndulo, Muna; Grieco, Margaret

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Radical Citizenship: Powerful Mothers and Equal Rights
pp. 59-76(18)
Author: Van Allen, Judith

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The Economic Roots of African Women's Political Participation
pp. 77-91(15)
Author: Robertson, Claire

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Maternal Mortality and Transport: Africa's Burden
pp. 144-154(11)
Author: Grieco, Margaret

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Women in Chinsapo, Malawi: Vulnerability and Risk of HIV/AIDS
pp. 155-176(22)
Authors: Ghosh, Jayati; Kalipeni, Ezekiel

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pp. 341-397(57)

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