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Placing gender/making policy: an introduction
Klodawsky, Fran; Preston, Valerie
Choreographing a different dance: placing research in the public arena
Gender, geography and policy: the conundrums of engagement
Mountz, Alison; Walton-Roberts, Margaret
Towards a gender conscious counter-discourse in comprehensive physical planning
Contextualising gender empowerment at the grassroots: a tale of two policy initiatives
Engaging with the politics of downward rescaling: representing women in regional development policymaking in Québec (Canada)
“[W]e do not lose our treaty rights outside the... reserve”: challenging the scales of social service provision for First Nations women in Canadian cities
Women as individuals and members of minority groups: how to reconcile human rights and the values of cultural pluralism
Is counselling a feminist practice?
Placing sexuality in health policies: feminist geographies and public health nursing
MacDonnell, Judith; Andrews, Gavin
Evidence of women's empowerment in India: a study of socio-spatial disparities
Gupta, Kamla; Yesudian, P.
Gender and voluntary work in late adulthood in rural communities in the Netherlands
Fortuijn, Joos; Meer, Marieke
A gender analysis of quality of life in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Dunning, Heather; Janzen, Bonnie; Williams, Allison; Abonyi, Sylvia; Jeffery, Bonnie; Randall, J.; Holden, Bill; Labonte, Ronald; Muhajarine, Nazeem; Klein, Gerry; Carr, Tracey
Staeheli, Lynn A., Kofman, Eleonore, Peake, Linda J. (eds.), 2004, Mapping Women, Making Politics; Feminist Perspectives on Political Geography: Routledge, New York/London, 319 pages. ISBN: 0-415-93448-6 (hardcover)/0-415-93449-4 (paperback), price: £65.00/£18.99
Nelson, Lise and Seager, Joni (eds.), 2005, A Companion to Feminist Geography: Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishers. 617 pages. ISBN: 1405101865 (hardback). Price: £ 85.00.
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